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Quiet Movement
Syntax: qmovement
This is the rangers way of moving quietly through hills and forests. It is otherwise
similar to the sneak skill, but can only be used in those outdoor rooms.


Rack
A charlatan may, as a precursor to battle, or an act while engaged in
battle, attempt to rack an opponent. The charlatan, twisting quickly, uses
their held weapon in an attempt to drive it between the legs of an opponent,
causing unimaginable pain, and forcing the opponent to lose their presence
of mind for a moment.

Obviously, this is a benefit of the charlatan that only seems to work on the
male gender.


Rage
Syntax: Rage
This skill is known only to Battleragers of clan Wargar. These dwarves have
learned to induce a state of incredible rage, much more powerful than the
berserk skill of other warriors. Even experienced Battleragers find will
find it difficult or impossible to induce this state unless armed with their
favorite weapon type (an axe) and already engaged in combat.

The state of rage will temporarily give the Battlerager more life force,
allow him/her an improved chance of landing blows on an opponent and increase
the amount of damage each blow does. Because they become more focused on
damaging their opponent, they lose a bit of dexterity.
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Rager Charge
Syntax: ragercharge

Rager charge is a skill unique to battleragers. Upon being completely
enraged, the rager charges through a room swinging his/her axes at anything
and everything in sight (and/or out of sight).

When in such a rage, the battlerager takes no heed of friends, foes or
otherwise. The battlerager's movements are so erratic that even those
hiding and sneaking sometimes have to dodge out of the way of the swinging
axes.


Rain of Fire


Rainbow Pattern
A bright rainbow of colors strike your opponent. There is a good chance
that it will leave your opponent blinded as well. It's a lot like color
spray, only a lot more potent.


Ray of Truth
Syntax: cast 'ray of truth' <target>

Ray of truth opens a portal to the planes of positive energy, bringing forth
a beam of light of sufficient purity to harm or annihilate the servants of
evil. It cannot harm the pure of heart, and will turn and strike casters
who are tainted by evil.
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Recharge
Syntax: cast 'recharge' <item>
The recharge spell is used to restore energy to depleted wands and staves.
Fully exhausted items cannot be recharged, and the difficulty of the spell
is proportional to the number of charges used. Magic items can only be
recharged one time successfully.


Reduce
Syntax: cast 'enlarge'
cast 'reduce'

These spells enlarge or reduce the size of the caster. The benefits of
these vary depending on who the caster is fighting, for example it is more
difficult to stun larger creatures.


Refresh
Syntax: cast refresh <character>

This spell refreshes the movement points of a character who is out of
movement points.


Release Me
Similar to the disarm skill, this interesting bard song enables the bard to
cause his or her target to drop their weapon.


Remove Curse
Syntax: cast 'remove curse' <character>
cast 'remove curse' <object>

This spell removes a curse from a character, and might possibly uncurse a
cursed object. It may also be targeted on an object in the caster's
inventory, in which case it's chance of success is significantly higher.
A "cursed object" includes items that cannot be dropped.
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Remove Empower
Syntax: c 'remove empower' <weapon>

This spell of the holy spell group allows paladins to remove holy
empowerments upon weapons.


Rend
A passive Nightshade skill that is checked after each successful backstab.
If the rend check is successful the nightshade twists the weapon and opens a
large wound that bleeds for additional damage over the next three rounds
with decreased damage each round.

Since it is a passive skill, typing it does no good. Simply backstab for
rend to have a chance to work.


Requiem of Wayfaring
This skald chant enable the skald's group to take much less (or even no)
movement loss when walking around.


Reposition
The art of repositioning in combat is one which requires much grace in
movement. This skill thus has been profected as a combat technique of the
bladesong. When an aggressive move is made towards the bladesinger, an
attempt to reposition themselves and slash back rather hard is made. It has
been rumor'd that one can't reposition themselves if they are not dancing
the bladesong.
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Rescue
A friend in need is a friend indeed. And when in combat, a warrior with
the rescue skill is just the friend you need. Rescue allows you to intercede
in combat, protecting weaker characters from bodily harm. Hopefully the
favor will be returned. Success in rescuing depends on the skill rating, as
well as a comparison of level, dexterity, and speed between the character and
the target. (note: you rescue a friend, not the monster)


Restore Armor
Syntax: cast 'restore armor' <object>

The restore armor spell allows the enchantor to return a piece of armor to
its orginal state. The only requirement to restore an item is that its
current state has had an enchantment placed on it. It has been rumoured
that attempts to restore a piece of armor may not have the desired effects,
so enchantors may wish to be wary.


Restore Weapon
Syntax: cast 'restore weapon' <object>

The restore weapon spell allows the enchantor to return a weapon to its
orginal state. The only requirement to restore an item is that its current
state has had an enchantment placed on it. It has been rumoured that
attempting to restore a weapon does not always work out as expected, so at
times, enchantors may wish to be wary.


Retain Weapon
This swashbuckler skill allows the swashie, if disarmed, to keep hold of
his or her weapon with a flashy backflip instead of having it fall on the floor.
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Reveal All
This interesting bard song causes everyone in the room who is hiding or
sneaking to become visible. Unlike faerie fog (which it is quite similar to),
reveal all does not fail nor check saves.


Riding
RIDE is the command used to ride a mob or player (dragon) who are able and
willing to transport you. DISMOUNT will allow you to stop riding. When you
dismount, you resume a standing position.

MOUNT is a dragon/beastformed shaman only command and toggles between allowing
other players to ride you or not. At the moment there is no way to remove someone
who is riding you.

You do NOT need the riding skill to be able to ride a mount, but without it your
skills will largely fail.


Riot
The bandit has the ability to instill a riot mentality within a certain
group that he is associated with. Those that are been enraged by the bandit
fight with more fury.
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Root
This spell enables a skilled eldritch to keep a foe against the ground,
stopping them from leaving by any means except spells such as gate.
It can be quite nasty in the right situation.


Roundhouse
This skill is learned by those who are well acquainted to bar room
brawls. It is a wild, looping punch designed to stun and daze the opponent.
Due to the wild nature of the swing, it is somewhat unreliable.


Rousal of Resistance
This skald chant increases the entire group's saving throws, making them
more resistant to various harmful spells.


Runestaff
Runesmiths must be holding a runestaff in order to cast their runes. This
skill allows them to create such a runestaff, which is a standard, statless
weapon based on their level.


Sanctuary
Syntax: cast sanctuary <character>
The sanctuary spell reduces the damage taken by the character from any attack
by one half. It is very important for player-killing particularly and removing it
is the main goal of most dispel magic attempts.


Sap
A charlatan, being the trickster that they are, tends to be well versed in
the art of sneaking around an opponent. One advantage of this is evident
when a charlatan sneaks around an opponent and attempts to sap their
strength.

A successful sap may very well drop an opponent to the floor, unconscious
for a short time. Obviously, such success is limited to how large a
charlatan is in regard to their opponent.
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Second Attack
Training in second attack allows the character a chance at additional
strikes in combat -- although a 100% second attack does NOT guarantee 2
attacks every round. Any class may learn this skill, although clerics and
mages have a very hard time with it.


Screeching Banshee
This bard song is loud and annoying, causing severe, but temporary deafness
in all who listen to it.


Scribe
The ability to write down what one knows is an important skill a mage learns
early in her career. Certain spells, especially those that have a target,
lend well to the genre of the written word. Others are more introspective,
thus are not readily adaptable to parchment.

When one wishes to magically imbue a parchment with a magic spell, they will
require the use of a writing instrument as well as a sheet of parchment.

Syntax:
scribe <spellname>


Scorch
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Scourge
Syntax: cast scourge <target>

The most horrible of diseases, the Scourge is a highly contagious and lethal
plague, spreading madly once cast, often devastating entire villages. It is
a permanent affliction, curable only through the ministrations of a Paladin
or Clerical type.

This is one of the most powerful spells in a Necromancer's command, and must
be used responsibly.


Sequestor
Syntax: cast 'sequestor' <object>

The spell of sequestor allows an enchantor to magically hide and make
objects invisible to other forms of magic. This spell, however, can only be
cast from time to time, as the strain on the enchantor is very intense.

Essentially, this allows you to set or remove no_locate on an item.


Self Projection
Syntax: c 'self projection'

Self projection is a spell of the illusion spell group that puts a slightly
distorted image of yourself in front of you, at times causing an enemy to
miss you.

Many different casters can cast this spell, though illusionists are said to
have better chances with it.
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Shadowform
Syntax: cast shadowform

The Shadowform spell draws upon the demi-plane of Shadow and replaces the
Necromancer's life force with essence from the demi-plane of Shadow. This
renders the Necromancer completely undetectable in all but the most blaring
light.


Sheath Cut
Syntax: Sheathcut <person>
Nightshares are able to quickly disarm a weapon in the target's sheath using
this skill.


Shield
Syntax: cast shield
Syntax: cast 'stone skin'
These spells protect the caster by decreasing (improving) the caster's armor
class. SHIELD provides 20 points off armor. STONE SKIN provides 40 points off
armor.
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Shield Block
Syntax: None (automatic)
Shield block is a rather fancy name for the art of parrying with a shield.
Characters with no shield block skill will not be able to defend themselves
well with a shield. All classes may learn shield block, but only warriors and
clerics are good at it. Shield block now works against charges from other rooms.


Shield Crater


Shield Disarm
This useful shadowknight skill enables the skilled, mounted combatant to
strike their target's shield to the ground and have a chance of stunning them
in the process. In some ways it is similar to shield kick, though shield disarm
can only be used while riding.


Shield Kick
Syntax: skick <target> or skick (if in combat)
A skilled barbarian or battlerager is able to use simple brute force in order to
attempt to kick a person's shield straight out of their hands. It cannot be used
if you are mounted or raged.


Shield of Words
This bard song gives a considerable bonus to the entire group's armor class,
making them more difficult to hit in combat and increasing their damage
resistance.


Shield Strike
syntax: shield strike <target>
A trained paladin or barbarian can learn to use his shield as well as weapons
effectively in combat. By using his momentum and physical strength, the
paladin or barbarian can learn to swing a shield with great force into the body
of an opponent causing damage from the crush. Shield strike may be used to
initiate combat or used without indicating a target while in battle to attack
the opponent engaged with.
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Shocking Grasp
Syntax: cast 'shocking grasp' <target>

Adding that final element, literally, to the book of combat spells, the
shocking grasp offers the caster an even greater potential for offensive
damage than its siblings.

Once this spell is learned, the caster begins training in greater, more
damagaing, and in most cases, more specialized spells of combat.


Shrink Head
Powerful JuJu! Shrink head lets the shaman decapitate a fallen enemy
and instantaneously dry and shrink the head down to a handy pocket size.
By counting coup on the enemy in this way, the shaman preserves some
of the spirit power of the enemy. And the heads make fine conversation
pieces, as well.


Silence
This powerful hex paralyzes the vocal chords of its victim if successful,
preventing them from uttering any sounds for a time.


Sleep
Syntax: cast sleep <victim>

This spell puts its victim to sleep temporarily. The victim cannot wake from
the spell unless attacked, though people can drag the dozing victim around.
It is usually very efficient when combined with the Charm spell afterwards.
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Slow
Syntax: cast 'slow' <target>
Despite popular mythology, slow is not the opposite of haste, but is a spell
with its own unique set of effects. When cast on an unfortunate victim,
it slows its movements, making it easier to hit and reducing its rate
of attack. The effect of slow also double movement costs and halve healing
rates, due to reduced metabolism.


Smite
Syntax: smite <target>
Smite is a holy skill that paladins have learned, using their faith to
focus their strength into a powerful attack against their enemies.

It hits somewhat hard, and also has a chance to blind them when the blood
from the wound runs into their eyes. You need to use staffs, maces, or
spears. Maces have the best chance to hit, then staffs, then spears.
Spears do the most damage when the attack lands, then staffs, then maces.


Snakebite
Syntax: c snakebite <target>
This spell allows the shaman to conjure a deadly snake which strikes
at the enemy, delivering a painful venomous bite.


Sneak
Syntax: sneak
Sneak allows you to 1. remain somewhat undetected from being seen, and
2. does not show when you arrive or leave a room. Detect Hidden will reveal
a sneaking person but not a hiding person. Even if the victim is not detected
they can still occasionally see a sneaking person.

Note: Kender will auto-sneak, even if they do not yet have the skill. This cannot
really be detected unless you attempt to sneak and it doesn't give the affect, or
if shopkeepers won't sell you anything. To temporarily turn autosneak off, type
'vis'.


Solar Flare


Song of Charm
This bard song enables the skilled bard to do exactly as the charm person
spell does -- puts the target temporarily under his or her control.


Song of Healing
The only true group healing spell in the game, Song of Healing allows a bard
to bestow a moderate amount of health to his or her entire group. It is rather
expensive on the mana, however.
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Song of Peace
A very powerful and useful song, this allows bards to cease all combat in a
room regardless of saves or who's fighting who.


Song of War
This bard song boosts the bard's group in hit and damage output by a small,
set amount (which never gets better), temporarily.


Soul Harvest
It's been told that a powerful Necromancer can take the heart harvested from
the corpse of an individual and transfer it's powers into that of another
individual. The necromancer must be holding the harvested heart while
casting the spell.


Soulsight
Syntax: c soulsight
When properly attuned to the spirit world, soulsight allows a shaman
to more clearly perceive the spirits which inhabit all things, and
the souls which inhabit material bodies. Seeing the souls of people
enables a shaman to pierce most forms of magical concealment.


Spear
Combat skill with long, pointed weapons, but not polearms.
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Spell Eating
Syntax: cast "spell eating" <target>
This powerful runesmith spell allows the target to completely be unharmed
and unaffected by the next spell cast upon him or her. The spell eating
affect fades off immediately afterwards, however.


Spellcraft
An optional skill for the mage and mage reclasses is spellcraft. Mages who
choose to undertake the skill of spellcraft spend long hours researching the
finer points of spell casting and power control. The result of these
extensive studies allows a mage to strengthen the power of his casting, most
evident in his damage causing spells. Another benefit of the spellcraft
skill is that a mage learns the efficient use of mana during his practice of
casting.


Spiritwalk
Syntax: c spiritwalk
Syntax: incoporate
By entering a trance, the shaman may elect to walk in the spirit world.
During this time the soul leaves the body to walk alone, leaving the
body behind. Naturally, the empty husk is quite vulnerable while uninhabited.


Splinter
Syntax: cast 'splinter' <item>

This witchcraft spell focuses the will of the caster into any object of
wood, splintering it into fragments which may be of use to the caster.
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Spook
syntax: cast 'spook' <target>
The spook spell sends visions of an opponents worst nightmares into their
head. The visions are so real looking, that many people will flee in
terror. Some races, however, are amused at such sights.


Staff
Combat skill with long blunt weapons, similar to clubs. Most staves are
two-handed and deal moderate amounts of damage.


Stalk
Stalk is a player vs player skill that allows the Nightshade to follow a
victim, even when their no-follow flag is on.


Stealth
The bandit has the unique ability to quickly sneak and hide at the same time.


Stone Fountain
Conjurers a fountain in the bard's room. This fountain actually lasts until the
game resets or it runs out of water (which it will never do).
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Stone skin
Syntax: cast shield <target>
Syntax: cast 'stone skin'
These spells protect the caster by decreasing (improving) the caster's armor
class. SHIELD provides 20 points off armor. STONE SKIN provides 40 points off
armor.


Strangle
Syntax: strangle <target>
Strangle is a skill which can only be learned by assassins. An assassin
must be sneaking in order to strangle successfully. When successful,
the target is rendered unconscious for the remainder of the tick in which
they were strangled plus one additional tick. If a strangle attempt is
unsuccessful, it initiates combat with the victim.


Summon
Syntax: cast summon <target>
Summons a character or creature from somewhere in the same continent
into the same room as the caster. Targets who are fighting or in ungateable
rooms cannot be summoned, nor can players who are set nosummon. The
caster cannot summon anything above their casting level.


Summon Deathknight



Summon Earthlord
Earthlords are eldritch charmies, enormously durable hunks of stone
who are able to take vast amounts of damage. However, they are quite
simple and unskilled, their motor functions only rudamentary.
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Summon Elemental
Syntax: cast 'summon elemental' fire
cast 'summon elemental' water
cast 'summon elemental' earth
cast 'summon elemental' air
This spell allows clerics to summon the elemental forces of nature into
the form of a creature which will aid the caster until dismissed, dispelled,
or otherwise destroyed.


Summon Gryffon
Gryffons are eldritch charmies, able to be summoned only learning the
way of the stars. This unique creature is able to be ridden, and it
also flies! Very useful indeed.


Summon Lavalord
This eldritch spell summons a lavalord under the summoner's control.
Lavalords are generally mediocre charmies, but are able to spit small
streams of magma at whomever they're fighting as well as cast the
occasional spell.


Summon Nightmare
This is the shadowknight's chosen mount, useful for all manner of
skills while riding.


Summon Shadow
syntax: cast 'summon shadow'
Your very own shadow will come to life as a powerful and mystical
protector. This spell is a favorite of the illusionists.


Summon Stonelord


Summon Treant
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Summon Tree



Summon Warhorse
This is the paladin version of the Summon Nightmare skill, giving
them a free, if quite weak horse to ride upon.


Summon Whomping Willow
This eldritch charmie is fairly skilled in a number of different abilities,
such as disarming. It is a good all-around creature to summon.


Sun Blast


Sure Striking

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Swarm
This spell allows a druid to summon forth a large group of biting insects
which gnaw through all armor and attack all who oppose the caster. The
insects continue to follow the inflicted opponents for a couple of rounds
before dissipating.


Swindle
A favored trade of the charlatan is enjoying a bit of trickery with various
vendors throughout the realm.

Such enjoyment do they derive from such interaction, that ofttimes a
charlatan may attempt to swindle a desired item from said vendor. The
ability to swindle allows the charlatan the opportunity to quite possibly
swipe an item from a vendor, perhaps an item that they may very well have
had to pay good money for otherwise.


Sword
Combat skill with swords, ranging from simple shortswords and rapiers to
huge two-handed claymores. Higher combat skill makes it easier to hit
things and deals more damage.
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Tame
Syntax: tame <mob>
tame
Tame is a skill known only to Rangers and Druids. It allows them to calm
wild beasts to prevent them from attacking players or to make the fighting
in a room stop.

It may be used with an argument to specify the beast to be tamed, if more
than one beast is present in the room and/or there is no combat taking place.

It is not possible for a ranger to remain calm enough himself while in combat
to tame other creatures.


Target
Allows a swashbuckler to target a specific part of a victim's
person during combat. The 'head', 'body', or 'legs'. This
skill can also be used by a swashbuckler to use his/her
environment to evade one foe and engage another.


Taunt
A skill inherent within every kender -- the ability to know how to "push the buttons"
of an enemy, hurling creative insults that strike home and if successful, will send the
opponent into a rage. A successful taunt significantly reduces the opponent's to hit
roll (by as much as -20) and significantly increases damage roll (by as much as +30).
It is said the older one is, the less susceptible they are to kender taunts.


Teleport
Syntax: cast <teleport>
This spell takes you from your current location to a random location somewhere
in the world. It cannot be used in combat.


The Marriage Song
This unique bard song enables the bard to create a ring for the target, with
the name of the target on the ring. That's it!
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The Roosters Crow
This bard song enables the bard to wake up anyone in the room who may
be sleeping, including if they are asleep due to strangle, or the sleep spell.


The Torch Burns
This bard song creates a simple, temporary light source for the bard to carry
around with him or her.


Third Attack
Training in third attack allows the character a chance at an additional strike
in a combat, and increases the chance of a second attack as well. Perfect
third attack does NOT assure three attacks per round. Only warriors and highly
skilled thieves may learn this skill.


Thunderclap
Syntax: c thunderclap
By communing with the storm spirits, an experienced shaman can cause
a devastastingly loud thunderclap which damages all within a room with
an earsplitting boom.


Tornado
Syntax: cast 'tornado' <target>
This spell summons a deadly tornado. These powerful weather phenomena
have been known to carry away objects lying around the room, as well as
people!


Toss
Syntax: toss gourd <target>
Syntax: toss stake <target>
The toss skill allows a witch to throw a gourd potion through the air
and into the face of an opponent. If successful the gourd shatters on
the enemy and delivers its effects. A witch may also toss special
sharpened stakes, which are made with the splinter spell.
These can pierce the target with devastating effect if thrown
accurately. Toss is always an aggressive action, regardless of gourd.


Travel Tune
This is a simple bard refresh, though it affects the entire group's movement
points.
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Trip
Back by popular demand. Trip is a somewhat dastardly attack, and involves
using any one of a number of methods to bring your opponent down to the ground.
Tripping large monsters is generally not a good idea, and agile ones will
find the attack easy to avoid. Thieves and warriors may learn trip.


Tumbling
This dual-natured skill allows skilled jongleurs to hop and leap about with
much agility, giving them two main benefits: they are much more resistant
to being bashed, and they get a flat bonus to their dodging attacks.


Turn Undead
syntax: cast 'turn undead' <target>
Staying in close proximity with the divine powers of Good grants the
Paladin an advantage over the dark forces of Evil. One such power involves
the ability to turn creatures of the undead from their unholy existance.
Praying to his deity and uttering the words of power granted from the
divine, the Paladin can destroy those creatures who walk with the living and
yet are not.


Unholy Rapture
A powerful and mysterious shadowknight skill, unholy rapture is rumored to
bestow immense strength upon either the shadowknight or another target,
at the cost of sacrificing vast amounts of health and mana. The exact effects
are kept a secret to the shadowknights themselves.
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Wake the Dead
This song creates the bard's only charmie, a spirit that will follow the bard
around and help fight. Unlike most other pets it can actually be sung in combat.


War Howl
This skald song - not a per-round chant, just a single song - allows the
skald to damage a single target, as well as have a chance to stun them.


Warble of Arrest
Like jest, the warble is supposed to allow a skald to be able to halt a person's
movement. It does not tend to work very well, however.


Warcry
Only powerful barbarians can master the warcry. The warcry enables the
barbarians to focus their energy and thoughts on their ability to fight. It
is a bit similar to the Berserk skill and the frenzy spell, but more
powerful than both in certain ways. Techinically speaking, more hit and
dam, but no extra saves against spells and your armor becomes even more
vulnerable.


Water Breathing
Syntax: cast 'water breathing' <target>

This spell, when cast, gives the target the ability to breath under water
for a specificied period of time. It tends to be quite useful, as the lack
of available air under water tends to cause great pain to most people.


Waves of Weariness
Syntax: cast 'waves of weariness' <victim>

When a waves of weariness spell takes control over its victim it causes them
to lose all energy to the point of sleep. This in turn can cause the victim
to drop anything that they are carrying in their hands.
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Waylay
Bandits who are skilled with waylay can use it's attack to initiate
combat and poetentially gain more hits initially. It is used best when the
bandit is sneaking around.


We Come, We Come
A very powerful bard song, this enables the bard to increase the entire
group's hitroll and damroll, while weakening anyone in the room not
in the same group. Beware though because this is an aggressive act.
It also increases the group's armor class, which is a bad thing as it
makes them easier to hit.


Weaken
Syntax: cast weaken <victim>
The weaken spell reduces the physical power of the caster's target by
reducing his strength. The amount of the strength reduced by a caster
depends on the level of the caster.


Weakness Within
This is a very mediocre bard song that enables the bard to temporarily
weaken the victim. It is very poor, far worse than the actual weaken spell.


Weaponmaster
Each weapon skill applies to a specific group of armaments, and determines how
well a character fights with a particular weapon. The weaponsmaster group
provides talent in all weapons (save exotics), from chair legs to halberds.
The weapon skills consist of the following:
weaponsmaster skill group of all weapons listed below (save exotic weaponry)
axe the use of axes, ranging from hand to great (but not halberds)
dagger the use of knives and daggers, and other stabbing weapons
flail skill in ball-and-chain type weapons
mace this skill includes clubs and hammers as well as maces
polearm the use of pole weapons (except spears), including halberds
spear this skill covers long pointed weapons, but not polearms
staff the staff skill covers long blunt weapons
sword the warrior's standby, from rapier to claymore
whip the use of whips, chains, and bullwhips
exotic the use of strange magical weapons
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Weapon slip
Weapon Slip is a 10 tick buff that gives the Nigthshade a 20% chance to
counter any parry. However, the Nightshade also takes a 25% penalty to
thier own ability to parry.


Web
Syntax: cast 'web' <target>

This spell, available only to Invokers, entangles the target in a web that
prevents the victim from moving in any way. The target may be a mob or a
player.


Whip
Skill in the use of chains, whips, and bullwhips. Higher combat skill deals more
damage and hits more often.


Wind Breath
A stunning spell given to battlemages, drawing on the forces of air. The wind
breath is very similar to bash, but costs mana.


Wither
Syntax: c wither
This powerful maladictive magik saps the vital spirit energy of the
target, effectively causing them to age hundreds of years in a single
moment and reducing their physical attributes to that of a doddering
old fool.
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Withering Enchant
Syntax: cast 'withering enchant' <object>

This spell allows an enchantor to magically wither an item so that it will
disintegrate when its bearer perishes.


Withstand Death
Syntax: cast 'withstand death'

The ability to defy death itself lies solely in the hands of the
Necromancers of the Conclave. This spell extends the life of the
Necromancer, staving off his death as long as possible.

Necromancers who are "killed" while this spell is in effect will indeed die
and suffer the regular penalties of death. To all outward appearances,
however, they simply do not die.


Wizard mark
Syntax: cast 'wizard mark' <object>

This spell scribes the mark of the caster into the targeted object. To
determine whether some object in you inventory has been marked, one must
cast the spell of identification upon the object.
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Word of Recall
Syntax: cast 'word of recall'
This spell duplicates the built-in RECALL ability. It is provided solely for
Merc-based muds which wish to eliminate the built-in ability while still
providing the spell. This spell circumvents the pkill no-recall lag.


Wrath of Nature
This is a useful druid-only nature spell, with roughly the same amount of
damage as demonfire or ray of truth, but without the alignment differences.


Vacancy
syntax: cast 'vacancy' <target>
The vacancy spells makes the person its cast upon think that he or she is
all alone in the area. Unless someone is in a very close proximity, they
can not see or detect them at all.


Vanish
Syntax: vanish
Vanish is an advanced assassin skill that lets the assassin disappear from a
room, with the assistance of a smoke bomb. The assassin has no control over
which room he runs to under the smoke cover.


Ventriloquate
Syntax: cast ventriloquate <speaker> <message>

This spell throws your voice, making it appear that some other object or
character in the room is saying your message.

Victims who make their saving throw will know that someone is using
ventriloquism, but not who. Victims who fail their saving throw will think
that the object or character really did say your message.
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Violent Dispossession
Allows a swashbuckler to 'cut' the purse of a victim, spilling
the victim's money. It can also be used to cut containers
spilling the contents to the ground.


Vortex of the Sun


Yelp of Aggression
This skald chant enables the skald to increase the group's damage
capabilities, with no real downside. Like all skald chants it
lasts as long as the skald remains chanting and has mana.

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