Three humans from Empyria, labeled with their cities of origin:
- One from Valefar, resembling a real life human with long elf-like ears.
- One from Furtur, resembling an anthropomorphic dog with yellow fur, digitigrade legs, and a tail.
- One from Ronwe, with eye stalks and greenish skin.
Magic circle construction diagram
The diagram shows one possible way to construct a magic circle for a fireball spell. The spell is broken up into different sections, each of which has a text label explaining its function.
From outside to inside, the sections are:
- Circle: A circle that encompasses the rest of the spell. Can be slightly broken up to fit more glyphs inside.
- Fire glyph: Four identical symbols resembling a flame. They define the spell's basic effect.
- Motion glyph: A series of small complicated symbols. They define the fire's behaviour once created.
- Sub-circle: Another circle inside the first one. It is for the direction sub-spell.
- Direction glyph: A single large abstract symbol. It defines the fireball's initial position and vector.
Another smaller circle is shown, similar to the first but with fewer repeated symbols. Repeating a glyph intensifies its effect & increases the circle's power. something like this would also work, but produce a smaller fireball.
An image of three monsters:
- A coastal bonebeast, a blue wolf-like creature with fish spines protruding from its back and a skeletal fish tail.
- A batfly, a small purple and red flying creature. It has bat-like ears and wings, large red eyes, a fur ruff around its neck, and a single long arm with claws instead of legs.
- A spiny slime, a blob of green slime with yellow spikes poking out of it. It has eyes and a mouth made of slime, as well as two slimy appendages with spikes on the ends resembling claws.