Supernal Script
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Arcanum: Prime ●●
Practice: Ruling
Action: Instant
Duration: Concentration
Aspect: Covert
Cost: None
Range: Self
Rote Pool: Wits+Exp

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The mage extracts minute traces of tass from his Awakened Pattern, shaping the energy into an enchanted pigment invisible to normal senses. To the appropriate Mage Sight, however, the ink glows brightly and distinctly.

Mechanics: Upon casting, the mage exudes invisible ink from any or all of his fingertips for as long as he continues writing. Once he stops work for longer than a minute, the magic runs dry, and he cannot continue without casting the spell again. While the magic lasts, he can mark surfaces using his finger as a stylus, or he may dip a quill or other writing implement into the plasm, depending on preference. The visibility of the text depends on the Arcana used to cast the spell.

By default, the pigment glows brightly when viewed with all forms of Mage Sight. However, mages can also make ink that requires Prime-based Mage Sight to see, and may similarly specialize a text with the “color” of another Arcanum by incorporating a dot of that Arcanum into the casting as a conjunctional effect. It is worth noting that a mage cannot see his own Supernal Script without Mage Sight, so unless he intends to write blind, he must cast such a spell on himself first.

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