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1 Magic Training [Ability Training] on 08/05/17, 11:12 am

Merari

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Merari's eyes were narrowed in concentration, his body still save for his hand. Komori, its neck gripped in his clutches, was waved in a circular movement. The silence was broken as the Magician called out, "Iesar!"

A small breeze was conjured, flipping the pages of the book that sat at his feet. Merari didn't bother to kneel down and turn back to his place; he had well memorized the spell he was practicing. Though, it would seem he had more to do since the breeze was a far cry from the miniature tornado of razor-sharp winds the tome had described within its pages.

Resisting the urge he had to stomp his foot in frustration, Merari closed his red eyes for a moment. His wand was lowered for a brief second as he took a deep breath. As air escaped from his lips after exhaling, Merari raised Komori once more, eyes fluttering half open. He stared ahead of himself as Merari pursed his lips into an irritated line. He didn't bother to pull on Prince Charming's face since he was certain that no one was there to witness him practicing.

He went still before his arm began to move, his hand waving Komori as the spell's motions became familiar. Once more the cry of "Iesar" broke the silence that had settled, and a whip of wind was conjured. It was stronger, and it even began to whip up a dust cloud as it circled into the beginnings of a tornado. But as soon as it came, the spell collapsed and the wind disappeared once more.

With a frustrated grunt, Merari lowered his wand and threw a glare at the book. He meant to nudge it, but instead, he kicked the tome with his foot before bending down. With a snap, he slammed the book close before rising to his feet.

He had to come back and resume his practices another time, the Green Magician told himself as he turned on his heel. His feet kicked up miniature clouds of dirt and dust as he walked towards the exit.

A day of classes past before Merari found the time to return to his practice area. Leafing through the pages of the tome, he flipped open to Iesar's page before setting the book down by his feet. Pulling out Komori, Merari took a deep breath.

Eyes fluttered close for a moment as the Magician gathered his wits. He knew Wind Magic, and he could easily get through this spell. With those words in mind, Merari opened his eyes once more and rose Komori.

The strings dug into his palm as he tightened his grip on the wand's neck before he begun the movements. Round Komori was waved, its motion circular as he called out "Iesar!" A whistle of wind was followed, and sharp winds blew through the area, gathering in front of it. Round it swelled, growing into a small tornado. Even from his distance, Merari could feel the wind tug at his academy robes.

After a few moments the spell was dispelled, and with its disappearance, a smirk found its place on Merari's face. Proud and with an energy to his step, the Magician headed towards a nearby tree. He could conjure the winds, but now he had to see if he could actually use them in combat.

Once more Komori was raised with a sense of duty, and once again it was waved through the air. "Iesar," he whispered as he concentrated, focusing his Magoi into the spell. Once more the tornado roared to life around the tree, shredding its poor leaves and ripping off its limbs. It was hard to see the full extent of its destruction until the winds finally died, dropping the leaves and the branches it tore off. From his spot Merari could easily spot the gashes in the tree's bark; few branches still hung from it, the limbs snapped as the few leaves that survived the onslaught fell from their spots.

It was good for now, and later he could continue his study of Kaze Mahō. With a satisfied smirk, Merari picked up his book and stashed Komori away. Before he left, the Magician took a moment to put on Prince Charming's smile.


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WC: 718/500
Spell:
Iesar
Tier: C-tier
Class: Magician
Type: Offensive [Wind]
Range: Medium
Requirements/Drawbacks: The Magician holds their wand out in the direction they want the spell to head in and wave it circularly as they call out the name of the spell.
Scaling: Damage
Sustain: 0
Cool Down: 2 posts
Cost: 20 Magoi
Description:

    The user holds the wand out, pointing it in the direction they want the spell to head in while waving their wand in a circular motion. After calling out the name of the spell, it casts up a tornado (2m by 3m; width by height) of razor wind, appearing 5m in front of the caster. The razor winds of the tornado cut the skin of anyone caught within, dealing C-tier damage.


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Merari cradled Komori in his arms, one hand gripping the neck and the other on its bottom. His fingers strummed a single note on its steel strings, the sound vibrating through the air. He then quickly flipped the wand, so that he could comfortably wield Komori like a wand, its golden teeth pointing forwards as he waved it circularly. From there, the sound that was played seconds earlier took on a life of its own as the spell's Sound Rukh took over. It was nearly invisible, but Merari was able to pick out the waves of Sound Magic, though it fell away before a proper vortex could be created.

His foot stomped in the dirt as Merari lowered the wand, his teeth grinding against each other. He was 3rd Kodor, yet he was having troubles with this spell. Sure, it was more advanced than those that he had studied earlier, but he should be able to do it!

With a growl, Merari stepped back before pausing in his spot. For a brief moment, he let his eyes close as he took a deep breath to calm himself down. He couldn't let himself grow angry all the time. Only till he felt the sensation of something prickling beneath his skin fade did Merai allow himself to open his eyes once more.

This was Sound Magic, and he was originally a Green Magician. He took to this type of magic as a fish takes to water. He could do this, but not when he's too busy throwing a fit. With a mantra of "you can do it" echoing his mind, Merari raised Komori once more. His bare fingers plucked a string of the wand before he flipped it once more, giving Komori a wave. Once more a neigh-invisible wave of Sound Magic took form as the magic begun to take the form of a vortex. It was alive for a brief moment as it stretched forwards before collapsing once more.

Merari spent the rest of his evening practicing the lone spell, Benzhou. As dusk began to turn the sky orange and as he began to grow tired and hungry, the Magician finally called it quits. Turning, he left the training area so he could get home and fill his stomach with something to eat.

Merari was back the next day after classes were over, standing in his usual spot with Komori clutched in his hand. He raised the instrument, playing a note before flipping it. At this point, he was quick with the rather odd wand, and he was able to give it a circular wand. In the following moment, a vortex of sound came to life. It was stronger this time, and it managed to survive with its form in tack for once. It would seem that his practice was finally paying off.

But, there was no live object trapped within the vortex, and that meant that Merari couldn't tell for sure if he had actually gotten the spell down.

Lowering Komori, Merari glanced around before spotting a couple of birds uprooting the earth by the exit of the area in their attempts to find food. Either searching for grass seeds or worms, but that was of no importance to the Magician.

Merari was careful not to alarm the birds as he moved close enough to them, and at the sound of him playing a note the birds cocked their head towards him. They were about to take to the air when Merari used Benzhou, the vortex stretching out like fingers, snagging the birds in its waves.

Their wings flapped for a moment as they tried to fly, but their balance was already thrown off by the spell. Twittering filled the air as the wobbled and fell, their bodies unable to tell up from down, left form right.

With a smirk, Komori was stashed away as Merari watched his work. It would seem he finally got the spell down. As he stepped around the still struggling birds, the Magician pondered how a human would move if they were hit by the spell.


Details:

WC: 688/500
Benzhou
Tier: C-tier
Class: Magician
Type: Supplementary [Sound]
Range: Medium
Requirements/Drawbacks: The Magician plays a note before waving their wand and pointing in their chosen direction.
Scaling: Duration
Sustain: 0
Cool Down: 2 posts
Cost: 20 Magoi
Description:

    The castor plays a note before waving their wand in a circular motion before pointing the wand in the direction where they want the spell to head. The magic causes a vortex of sound and noise that's 2m by 3m (widthxheight); it travels out 5m in front of the user. The vortex will vibrate the fluids in the ears of anything trapped within it, throwing off their equilibrium, which causes their balance to be thrown off for 2 posts.


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He could hear the air whoosh as Merari lashed his wand from left to right, his body staggering back at the momentum. He had put too much energy into the swing, causing him to have to lean Komori against the ground and inhale deeply. After straightening back up, the Magician raised his wand and swung it once more, making sure that he didn't overdo the swing. It was better this time, resulting in him swinging the wand once more.

He continued to practice the movement for a couple more moments, determined to get it down as perfectly as he can. Merari knew that he needed to do every part of the spell correctly lest he risks failing it all together. With that thought in mind, Merari widened his stance before swinging again, but this time he called out, "Kaze Mane!"

His ear, already familiarizing itself with the sounds that the wind makes, could pick up the faint whistle before he felt the small draft. But it was small and weak, signs that he had yet to get the spell. That meant that he had more to practice; with a sigh he prepared his arms before lashing Komori, its teeth swinging from left to right as he yelled, "Kaze Mane!"

Again and again, the wind wasn't powerful enough to be anywhere near the actual spell. But, after each time he performed the spell, it began to grow stronger and stronger. He was sure that it wouldn't be long before he got the spell down properly.

Eventually, Merari was forced to call quits as the hour passed. While it was important to the boy that he finished the spell as soon as possible, he couldn't let his school life falter. Picking up the book he had forgotten when he began practicing, the Magician then left for class.

A day and a half passed before he finally found the time to return to practice. The afternoon was drawing, and he could comfortably remember the food he ate earlier. With a tank full of energy and a drive that could rival anyone stronger than he, Merari returned to work.

Again he practiced the motions before actually attempting to try the spells once more. From left to right his wand was lashed, and as always the words "Kaze Mane" escaped his lips. A gush of wind surged forwards, ruffling his robes and throwing up leaves and dust. Despite his practice, he still needed more.

Squaring his shoulders and adjusting his grip around Komori's steel strings, the Magician brought back the wand before lashing it. The steel bit into his skin as he heard the dull whoosh of air around the wand. The whoosh was followed by a stronger tune as a whistle of wind was brought to life, rushing forwards as it back a draft.

So close, Merari thought, almost tasting the satisfaction of getting down the spell. What he hoped for the final time, he raised Komori once more to practice the spell. Left to right went the wand; "Kaze Mane" went his mouth; the draft whistled forwards. It roared to life, the wind throwing up dust and leaves as it became a shield in front of him. The draft lived, dying after some minutes had passed.

With a cheerful smirk, Merari licked his lips and began practicing a different spell. His goal couldn't pause, so that meant that he wouldn't pause.


Details:

WC: 575/500
Kaze Mane
Tier: C-tier
Class: Magician
Type: Defensive [Wind]
Range: Short
Requirements/Drawbacks: The user lashes their wand from left to right as they chant the spell.
Scaling: Damage reflected
Sustain: 0
Cool Down: 2 posts
Cost: 20 Magoi
Description:

    The user waves their wand in a lashing movement from left to right as the chant the name of the spell. Doing so, the spell whips up a powerful updraft of wind that acts like a wind block, either knocking down or knocking aside an incoming projectile of equal tier. The spell only has a reach of 3m.


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