Apportation

200px-Mage_The_Awakening_Sourcebook.jpg

Mage Core p.234

Ruling%20-%20Space.png
With the aid of another Arcanum, the mage can move something to a remotely viewed location or remove something from it. (The Scrying spell allows a mage to remotely view a location.) She can, with the appropriate dots of Forces, Matter or Life ('Matter ●● for a brick, for example, or Life ●● for a guinea pig), draw an item through a scrying window to her current location if the object, creature or energy source is small enough. If she wishes, she can also send such subjects from her location through the window to the other location. Naturally, this use of scrying (which either causes a disembodied hand to reach out of thin air and grab or deposit something, or makes that something appear or disappear without any plausible explanation) is quite vulgar.

Arcanum: Space ●●
Practice: Ruling
Action: Instant and contested; target rolls Composure reflexively
Duration: Concentration
Aspect: Vulgar
Cost: None

For each success (or additional Target factor prefigured into the casting), the mage can move one Size point. The maximum Size limit he can move is equal to his Space dots, regardless of successes. The type of thing that can be moved depends on the conjunctional Arcanum used: Matter for objects, Life for living creatures, and Forces for energy. This spell affects only base or median creatures (a Portal spell is required to teleport higher life forms), and they can contest this spell’s grasp.

.

Free Council Rote: Nothing Up My Sleeve
Dice Pool: Dexterity + Investigation + Space vs. Composure

In addition to being an astounding magic trick, this rote allows a Council willworker to summon a much-needed resource to hand quickly, or to send something away just as quickly (definitely useful when an officer is about to pat one down for drugs or weapons). Adamantine Arrow mages who favor firearms typically use this rote to produce clips of ammunition or even entirely new firearms from “concealed inner pockets” in jackets and such when one gun runs dry.

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License