I also have a one-page pdf summary for anyone who’d like it. 🙂
Using magic involves combining a Technique (verb) with a Form (noun).
Creo (I Create)
Creo deals in ideal forms. Anything purely created is an ideal version of that thing. Creo can also be used to heal and mature things toward their ideal form (such as making a thing an exemplar of its kind).
Natural things (creatures, raw materials, etc.) have simple forms that are easier to create and use, while artificial things (crafts) have complex forms. Using Creo to create an artificial thing requires the mage to understand it and make an Int + Finesse roll to determine how good it is (the mage doesn’t need to be able to craft it in a mundane way, just have a decent sense of how it works).
Creo can only heal, mature, or improve things toward being an exemplar. Changing their fundamental nature is Muto and making them older past…
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