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  • n. Plural form of cantrip.


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  • Like being hunted by cults of evil wizards who could disguise themselves with cantrips or fighting spiritual parasites hidden inside apparently normal people.

    Vicious Grace

  • I could feel the coffin grabbing onto the metal and its cantrips, weaving a seal between box and lid that was more than the simple physical connection.

    Vicious Grace

  • I did a couple small cantrips to lessen influences and help him sleep.

    Vicious Grace

  • The at-will powers, unlimited cantrips/orisons, and channeling energy to heal have largely fixed the 15 minute adventuring day problem.

    Greyhawk Gods, Paizo, 3e, and More « Geek Related

  • Taking the idea from Pathfinder that cantrips and orisons can be cast ‘at-will’ (pretty much), all the at will powers can be become a cantrip or orison; or we can give other classes a new name – i.e. ‘maneuver’

    D&D 4e’s Out… And It’s Awful. Here’s Why « Geek Related

  • He'd discovered that the back half of The Book of Sun was mostly full of little cantrips and minor spells to make things happen-everything from lighting a candle to sending a one - or two-word message to scrying what was happening at a distance.

    Tran Siberian

  • For him, the magic came slowly, and with great effort, once he'd gotten past the simplest of spells and cantrips.

    Tran Siberian

  • He'd even let the Undermage bore him silly with all the dustiest cantrips in all the High Magick repertoire without a single yawn of complaint.

    Tran Siberian

  • He paused for a moment before the gates, and concentrated on a simple Binding Spell, drawing on the stored power in the Talisman around his neck and one of the many simple cantrips he had memorized years before.

    Tran Siberian

  • If one simply began with the assumption that there is some power that can be tapped with these cantrips and incantations ... there is a logic about all this that is difficult to dismiss out of hand.

    red dust


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