The fun of creating randomly generated magic spells derives from trying to figure out what they do from two or three words. Sometimes it’s self-evident: Robe of the Gymnast. Other times, I need to think a little: Aelart’s Fairy Feet. This was inspired by a scene in the Angelina Jolie fantasy movie Maleficent, where one of the three guardian fairies, transforming back to her fairy form from a large, clumsy humans, chirps how happy she is that her feet are back to normal.
I culled these magic spells out of all those posted by me on Twitter from 2017 to 2019. Bon appetit!
Magic Spells I
|Eyes of the Squid: Enables the caster to see clearly in deep water or abyssal canyons.
Terramite’s Muddy Iron: Causes any single iron item (not an alloy) to become as soft and sticky as mud.
Fingers of the Spider: Bestows high-level pickpocket skills on a character who is not a thief.
Aeleart’s Fairy Feet: Makes the caster’s feet appear as small and dainty as those of a fairy, and step as lightly.
Legs of the Brawler: Enables the caster to brace themselves, kick, and dart as well as any street fighter during combat, no matter what their class.
Corallandra’s Silver Voice: Makes the user’s voice pleasing to the ear and adds a +3 to Charisma checks.
Speechburst: Enables the caster to speak five times as quickly as they normally would, with no loss of comprehension to listeners.
Seltysse’s Internal Pressure: Causes the victim to simultaneously belch and fart, expelling foul-smelling gas.
Cry of the Dolphin: Causes the recipient to emit a loud, squeaky shriek which causes momentary disorientation to all who hear it. If used underwater, it can echolocate.
Ograthan’s Imaginary Vitality: Makes the recipient feel stronger and more energetic than they really are. Must be used with caution.