Spell Casting is the magical ability to cast spells. A spell is a series of words that when said in a certain order cause changes in the fabric of reality to carying extent. A spell is a ritual intended to produce a magical effect. In order to be effective, it must be performed by a magical being; a spell recited by a mortal will not work. The act of performing a spell ritual is known as "casting the spell."
Casting a SpellEdit
All spells contain a spoken component, or incantation. An incantation is written and recited as verse. They vary widely in length. They may be as short as two lines, or can can be a dozen or more lines in length. Most contain rhymes, although some do not. Typical rhyme scheme include couplets (A,A,B,B) or interlocking couplets (A,B,A,B). Some incantation are in a foreign or undecipherable language but still work effectively.
Limitations and Reversing a SpellEdit
A spell can only be reversed by the person who had cast it.