This page is for posting missions and operations carried out or supervised by The Mage.

The primary post is a summary or plan of the mission and an accounting of who is involved.

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Lehnbor's Spark

posted Apr 18, 2009, 7:57 AM by Tom Chizek

I focus my attention more closely on the spell that is attempting to maintain Lehnbor's Spark.
This may take some time but I want to understand why it is failing.
[This may very well be the start of Tev studying Epic Spellcasting, since I (the player) expect that this is an Epic Spell]

Magical Experiments?

posted Apr 12, 2009, 10:47 AM by Tom Chizek   [ updated Apr 17, 2009, 9:13 AM by Stephen Pliska-Matyshak ]

Tevandel (3)

Tev splits off part of his attention to review the latest magical experiments that he can be aware of.

[I assume that since his portfolio is the Mage of Miserablé he can at least be aware of all experiments happening in Miserablé, and possibly experiments happening elsewhere.]

Due to an intuition that he has, he thinks that it might be important to stay aware of high level magical experiments that are happening.

[If this is unimportant he will soon realize it and move this part of his attention on to other tasks]

Kingdom of Miserablé

posted Apr 12, 2009, 10:27 AM by Tom Chizek   [ updated Apr 17, 2009, 9:14 AM by Stephen Pliska-Matyshak ]

Tevandel (2)

Due to comments by Marshal C’Astica, Tev realizes how little he actually knows about the “kingdom of Miserablé”. Because of this, he splits off part of his attention to review what the size, scope and structure of Miserablé has been in the (recent) past and is now.

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