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Summoning Magic



Caster Magic
Holder Magic



Summoning Magic (召しの魔法, Meshi no Mahō) is a Caster and Holder Magic that provides the user the ability to summon objects out of thin air from a completely different location.


Summoning Magic is a magic that can be catalyzed by two different sources: a magical item such as a scepter, or one's own magical energy. By using one's magical power and subjugating an animate or inanimate object (animals and weapons, per-say), one highlights a seal of sorts onto them. This seal connects the two users magically, and when an individual has recited an incantation or gone through a simple process, they may transport the object from somewhere else to their own location. Several individuals utilize this magic to summon beasts that they have subjugated, in a similar manner to Take Over. However, unlike Take Over spells, the beasts use their own powers in combat. However, dependent on the summoner, the attitude of the beast may go haywire and attempt to overwhelm the summoner instead. Also, summoning inanimate objects such as weapons or large objects is easier, as they do not have a conscious to act upon. This can make it similar to Requip, in a way, except without the hundred-items limit.


Antonio & Bellze's Spells
Name Description Appearance
Forest Rush (フォレストラッシュ Foresuto Rasshu)

By chanting and playing their instruments, Antonio & Bellze begin to give off a blue aura and release several glowing rings of runes from their body. From these runes, several hordes of small animals shoot out - enveloped in the same blue aura. These animals attack the target upon reaching them and seemingly disintegrate into runes once they are defeated. The animals include small birds, lizards, rodents & bats.


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