Think your magic is mondo cool? Think again, sucka.
Magic Rule 1: Having magic powers and the Magic Materialization ability isn't god-mode. You aren't Bugs Bunny. There are limitations to what you can do.
Magic Rule 2: Magic is tiring to use, just like ki. Even an accomplished wizard would have trouble casting spell after spell, with no rest.
Magic Rule 3:While magic-based characters can absolutely use magic to fight instead of ki, and their abilities increase as they gain in power (under 80/60 rules, just like ki), keep in mind that shooting someone with a fireball is much less tiring than shooting someone with the bazooka you just created. The hardship of magic use scales with the attempted feat. Using Magic Materialization to conjure a hand-sized stone is easy peasy for most magicians. But conjuring a building-sized boulder would be extremely exhausting, even for a Kaioshin. Similarly, creating more complex materials and machinery will cause you to fatigue faster.
In short, the larger and/or more complex something is, the harder it is to conjure.
Magic Rule 4:You can only make what you know. The less familiarity you have with a thing, the harder it is to conjure. If someone is bragging to you about their new Baotendo gaming console, and you've never played Baotendo before, you're prolly going to have a real tough time conjuring one of your own.
Magic Rule 5:Anyone found in willful, blatant, and repeated disregard for these rules are subject to having their use of magic suspended or revoked permanently.
Oct 18, 2019 16:18:45 GMT -6
Scallio: He'd spent his entire childhood with space right outside his window. He watched for years as planets came and went like the seasons. One of two constants in his world of continuous change.