Joan Alexandra Bernadette Sophia, daughter of Belissa
Princess Royal, Duchess of Stelvio, Countess Borislava,
Knight-Commander of the Order of the Flame
|Earth: Stick||Fire: Shatter|
|Earth: Lock||Fire: Unlock|
|Earth: Snuff||Fire: Flame|
|Earth: Doze||Fire: Awaken|
|Earth: Refresh||Fire: Pain|
Cat's Eye. Lets the target see at least as well as on an overcast day,
even in total darkness.
Location. Caster knows roughly how far away (in terms of days of travel)
and in what direction the Silver City lies.
Over-the-hill. Gives the caster clairvoyance of a reasonably nearby
target; over a hill, inside castle walls. It does not allow
walls or roofs to be seen through, only an overhead perspective.
(Projected as a map?)
Hellride. Permits the target to move at full speed, on foot or on
horse back, as fast as the terrain allows. It won't let her
ride any faster through hip-deep mud, but will avoid stumbles,
gopher holes, sinkholes, low hanging branches, and running into
Fog of war. This spell affects a large area, and entire battlefield.
Essentially, it makes sure one designated side can clearly
percieve all flags, standards, signals, and other organizational
and command stuff, while the other side has all such things
Battering Ram. This spell creates a shockwave strong enough to
knock down a section of palisade, smash a gate, or crush a small
timber-frame house. A couple of applications can break even a
stone wall, but to get through a good rubble-cored castle or
city wall would take over half a dozen castings. Any people
caught in it would get squished, of course.
Clarion. This allows the caster to project her voice, loud enough
or over a large enough area to affect one military camp, a
small village, or a section of a city.
Ward. This is not a locking spell, but is cast on a lock, and will
record anyone who opens the lock, breaks the seal, etc.
Soberup. This cleans all the effects of alcohol or ingested drugs out
of the target's system. It leaves the target feeling as if she's
eaten a lot of earth or sand to absorb the alcohol, but 'a hair
of the dog that bit you' is sufficient to remove the taste.
- Horus the bastard
- Torre di Stelvio/Villa Stelvio
- Krepostia Borislava a fortress
- somewhere in the Winterlands