Displacement

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Displacement is one of the six forms of Thaumaturgy. It's possible uses are: teleporting the character, objects and or other creatures/NPCs, and displacing to avoid being hit.

Lore[edit | edit source]

According to the 'Unknown' thaumaturgist in Exanima, portals (a possible manifestation of displacement thaumaturgy) are theorised to work by creating an identical field of space that exists within different realities that results in a convergence which results in the displacement of all the parallel spaces into another area for an instant. By repeating this in quick succession, the displaced field can be accessed in the physical plane which results in displacement in what can be perceived in reality as "teleportation". Up until after the events of Exanima, persistent portals were considered a theoretical field of thaumaturgy that could only be studied from "ancient forbidden texts" according to the 'Unknown' main character of Exanima. One such example of a portal can be found on the third floor of Exanima's dungeon. It is unknown if displacement thaumaturgy works by the same theoretical principle as that of portals.

Powers[edit | edit source]

  • Open Void - A power used to store items in a container which is only accessible to the character casting the spell.