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In Forgotten Realms lore, manipulation of magic is done through the Weave. The 5e interpretation of this is shown on pg. 206 in the side bar "The Weave of Magic". [Mortals] make use of a fabric of magic, a kind of interface between the will of a spellcaster and the stuff of raw magic. The spellcasters of the Forgotten Realms call it the Weave and ...
Yes. Reverse Gravity states: All creatures [...] that aren't somehow anchored to the ground in the area fall upward... It says nothing about flying creatures being unaffected. Therefore they are affected.
The wizard's magic system in D&D came from the ideas of Jack Vance and some of his stories from over fifty years ago. The way you describe it is related to the older versions of D&D. Our colleague here, @aramis, found a good explanation for this: Pre-4E D&D's magic system, ignoring sorcerers, is best explained by a visualization of ...
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