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Used for questions about the rules of how magic is treated within a specific work or works. Use alongside the relevant work tags. For questions about what a spell does, or magic being a plot element of a work, use [magic] instead.

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The magic link is running from Dresden to Sue. Dresden fed the energy that's not only controlling her but sustaining her mass. If either one is cut off from the other, there would be no more dinosau …
answered Aug 19 '17 by Radhil
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He's using Stormlight, as in Cosmere standards, it is just a different form of Breath with different rules. The common term applied to the energy he's actually using is investiture. Investiture is p …
answered Dec 11 '16 by Radhil
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The word of a spell in the Dresdenverse is just any given wizard's personal call sign for the mental construct they form to channel magic into a particular effect. Which word it is doesn't actually m …
answered Mar 31 '16 by Radhil
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Current evidence says they work just fine elsewhere. In Words of Radiance he is seen emptying a packet of dust into his drink and swallowing it, much like Allomancers ingest metal. This suggests tha …
answered Jan 16 '17 by Radhil
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There are no theoretical limits. Magic can, given enough of a power source and a properly constructed spell, do literally anything. The Laws of Magic are a simple enough guide to the possibilities; ma …
answered Jan 27 '15 by Radhil
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No, or at least, nothing like those other universes. The White Council flat out wont. Altering memories violates the Laws. Period. If a wizard causes enough trouble to make the public aware, they d …
answered Jan 27 '15 by Radhil