Manifest Weave                   Path of the Weavedancer Utility

Duration: 0.5-2 hours                                 Minimum Cost: 100 mana
Range: Room Exit

Syntax: cast 'manifest weave' <direction>

With the manifest weave spell, a dedicant of the Weave may draw upon a
local ley line to conjure forth a mesh barrier formed of golden energy.
This barrier is created on the exit of a room, and will prevent attempts to
move through that exit in either direction. As the barrier is both physical
and metaphysical, it may not be defeated by pass door or similar workings;
however, small objects and particulate matter -- such as thrown weapons,
distance spells, and air scholars in gaseous form -- will be unimpeded by
the mesh.

Only one manifestation of the Weave may be directly created in a room,
though it is possible to seal additional exits by conjuring a barrier from
adjacent rooms. Though there this no limit to the number of such workings,
each wall will only last a short while before the raw quintessence
dematerializes once more.

Primary Attribute: Intelligence


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