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Systematic Spell Research Addendum: Summoning  
 


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Item Lore:Addendum to a treatise on spell research
Language:Common Tongue
Item Type:Book
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Item Lore: Addendum to a treatise on spell research.

Text:

Summoning spells are odd, 
and work in odd ways. You 
will find that the inks 
used in these work 
differently than in other 
spells, though they are the
same ink. You will also 
continue to use the 
standard conjuring 
thickener for these spells.

Ink of the Rhino and Ink 
of the bear both work for 
spells that summon 
bracelets. You will need 
to experiment with them to 
see which works for each 
spell.

Ink of the Cat works for 
spells that summon belts, 
Ink of the Monkey works for
spells that summon rings, 
Ink of the Dal work for  
spells that summon mantles,
Ink of the Erudite works 
for spells that summon 
earrings, Ink of the 
Serpent works for spells 
that summon chokers, Ink of
the Zek works for spells 
that summon weapons, and 
finally Ink of the Nameless
works on spells that summon
miscellaneous items 
including bags. 
If the spell summons 
multiples of the same item 
you will not need 
additional ink, but if it 
will summon different items
you will need to include 
ink for each item up to the
first seven items. If it 
summons items in a bag, you
must include ink of the 
nameless for the bag, and  
then the appropriate inks 
for the first six items.

From time to time you will 
still have a conflict. If 
you find yourself in this 
situation you will need to 
add another ink to resolve 
the conflict. Think about 
the spell and the ink 
needed may resolve itself 
in your mind.

Book Text:

Summoning spells are odd,
and work in odd ways. You
will find that the inks
used in these work
differently than in other
spells, though they are the
same ink. You will also
continue to use the
standard conjuring
thickener for these spells.

Ink of the Rhino and Ink of
the bear both work for
spells that summon
bracelets. You will need
to experiment with them to
see which works for each
spell.

Ink of the Cat works for
spells that summon belts,
Ink of the Monkey works for
spells that summon rings,
Ink of the Dal work for



spells that summon mantles,
Ink of the Erudite works
for spells that summon
earrings, Ink of the
Serpent works for spells
that summon chokers, Ink of
the Zek works for spells
that summon weapons, and
finally Ink of the Nameless
works on spells that summon
miscellaneous items
including bags.

If the spell summons
multiples of the same item
you will not need
additional ink, but if it
will summon different items
you will need to include
ink for each item up to the
first seven items. If it
summons items in a bag, you
must include ink of the
nameless for the bag, and



then the appropriate inks
for the first six items.

From time to time you will
still have a conflict. If
you find yourself in this
situation you will need to
add another ink to resolve
the conflict. Think about
the spell and the ink
needed may resolve itself
in your mind.
 

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