Dispatch Lodestone Earth/Air Utility
Duration: Random; see text Minimum Cost: 120 mana
Cooldown: 45 - 60 hours, varies by skill
Range: Inventory object made of stone
Syntax: cast 'dispatch lodestone' <object>
A unique working born of earth and air magics, dispatch lodestone allows
a mage to charge an object made of stone with magnetic force and send it
flying about the world. The lodestone will move about randomly from room to
room, collecting coins and light metal objects from the ground and even
occasionally from inventories. Eventually the stone will return to the
caster, bearing its load of collected items; should a closed door or other
physical obstruction prevent its return, the stone will instead drop in
place. Upon reaching the caster or dropping in place, the stone will
demagnetize, becoming once again as it once was, and anything it collected
will spill to the ground. This spell may not be cast underwater. Those who
are learned in the stonecraft skill will generally avoid losing items from
their inventories to the lodestone.
Primary Attribute: Intelligence
See Also: STONECRAFT
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