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Yes, on physical spells they are affected If you read the sidebar "Physical Illusions" section of pg. 290 you would find. Physical illusion spells create actual images or alter physical properties, such as light or sound. Altering light and sound would affect anyone who can see the physical illusion. The mage only needs to see the target of the AOE ...


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It was probably a bad idea for them to use a Direct Combat spell in the early Drain example, because Direct Combat Spells are slightly different from other spells; the section you want starts on SR4A p. 203 with the actual relevant part on the following page. Direct Combat spells involve channeling mana directly into a target as destructive and ...


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First and foremost: There are no rules that allow the researching of spells. The only way a wizard can expand their repertoire is via the 2 spells gained at each level or by finding spells (PHB p.114). This leads to the simple RAW answer: No However, you can always fall back on How to Play (PHB p.6) The DM describes the environment "Wizards do not get ...



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