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“ A possible answer to what happens to spells when a mage dies. If the spell is strong enough, say and enchantment or other permenant effect, part of the mages spirit may become lodged in the magic. It may be a way for items to gain some kind of intelligence, but a mage who has knowledge of this fact would be very hesitant about enchanting anyone or thing. He might have other plans for his afterlife than counting the change in your bag of holding. Preists, I think, would have this sort of thing covered.”
“ This nocturnal creature resembles an over-sized bat, with the mouth of a star-nosed mole. The Manabat can be as small as a normal bat, but can grow to a size larger than a human. This creature is feared by wizards and other magic users, as it feeds of it victim's mana. It will hide at day and hunt at night, swooping down on its prey, engulfing the magic user's face with its slimy tentacles, thereby sucking the mana from the victim. Depending on the size of the Manabat it can drain only a portion of the wizard's mana, which he will regain in a few hours, whereas the largest creatures will drain the wizard's mana permanently, rendering them ineffective as magic users.It will not harm them in any other way. Manabats behave like normal bats and breeds in same way and numbers. They can be tamed by a master trainer to attack on command.”
“ A certain type of demon cannot not be hit by ranged weapons or attacks. Attacks have to be made up close and personal for the damage to mean something. Ranged attacks are to impersonal. Possibally a way to make the ranged attacks more meaningful would be to coat the arrow head or what not with the shooters blood. Of course, they'd better be a good shot, otherwise they're wasting arrows and already bleeding to boot. Spells: wizards might have half or no effect, preist might work due to divine intention.”