Fireblast Spell?

AuthorTopic: Fireblast Spell?
Apprentice
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Does anybody teach the mage spell Fireblast? I have a couple places to come back to once I train twice in the spell and am almost ready to make the journey to Spire and parts beyond. Or does the spell deserve a Divine in front of it like the other spells in the higher order...

Also, how many levels of magery or priestlyness do I need to get to cast all the spells?

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Agent
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Look in the game documentation.

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Shock Trooper
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I'm pretty sure I trained in Fireblast in either the Tower or the Castle. Probably the Castle, since it was somewhat more recent, though I don't really use the spell that often.

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From the manual:

Arcane Blow (Min. Mage Spells skill 17, Costs 25 spell energy)
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Divine Host (Min. Priest Spells skill 17, Costs 25 spell energy)

These are the top spells in each division. Note that there's probably equipment that you can use to mildly increase your *Spells skills, so you won't need to train all the way to 17.

[ Friday, April 14, 2006 10:32: Message edited by: Croikle ]

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Law Bringer
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Fireblast spellbooks are in Tower Colony and Patrick's Tower. I think learning the spell is either Rone in the Castle or Gladwell in Bargha. It's not that useful for the spell cost.
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Apprentice
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Originally written by Croikle:

Note that there's probably equipment that you can use to mildly increase your *Spells skills, so you won't need to train all the way to 17.[/QB]
I believe the traits Natural Mage and Pure Spirit add "virtual" levels to their respective spells skill as you level.

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