Destroy <Aspect> Magic

Aspect: General
Base Difficulty: 3
Catalyst Required: Optional
May Be Extended: false
Base Duration: Instantaneous
Casting Time: 10
Target Type: Item [Any], Spirit, Body, Location
Scroll Type: manipulation
NPC Only Ritual: false
Role Play Only: false

The Destroy <Aspect> Magic Ritual destroys all Ritual and Battle Magic of a designated Aspect on a Target Item, Location, or Person who possesses a Spirit. If Targeting a person, it affects all Ritual and Battle Magic on both their Body and Spirit, but not on any items the character is carrying. The Ritual Target must be in physical contact with the Ritual Caster within the Circle of Power during the entire casting of the Ritual.

Targeting a person with a Spirit-Linked item will destroy the Spirit Link Effect and all other magic of the appropriate Aspect on the person, but not any other Ritual Effects on the item. Likewise, casting the Destroy Magic Ritual on a Target Item that has been Spirit Linked to a character will destroy the Spirit Link Effect and all other magic of the appropriate Aspect on the Item, but will not affect any other Ritual Effects on the character.

Rituals that can be removed and/or replaced with the same ritual scroll like Investiture/Divestiture and Mark/Unmark cannot be Targeted with the Destroy Magic Ritual. However, casting a Destroy Magic of the appropriate Aspect on the created bottle will effectively destroy a Curse of Undeath. Necromantic items will be destroyed by utilizing this Ritual with an Earth Aspect, and vice versa.

A Caster can exert greater control over the Destroy Magic Ritual by increasing the difficulty and cost of the Ritual as detailed below.

An LCO version of this Ritual may not be used to target Restricted Ritual effects.

Attempting a Destroy Magic Ritual on an item or person whose magic is of an Aspect OTHER than Celestial, Earth, or Necromancy may result in strange and unexpected effects. Please consult your local Plot Committee before trying to attempt this Ritual on an item with strange and mysterious origins. Be aware that there are powerful artifacts that can resist the power of this Ritual, requiring other means for their destruction.

Alternatively, a Caster may choose to utilize a Catalyst to Target Ritual Effects and/or flaws of a different Aspect.


This ritual can not be spellcrafted.