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Order is arguably one of the most powerful schools of magic available to mortal man. Drawing upon the very fibre that protects the structure of the universe as it was created by The Holy Mother, Order magic has historically stood at the forefront of every battle against the forces of Chaos and The Void. Indeed, it is said that the legendary Sword of Kayleth that allowed Telmoor to triumph over Kraagg was formed of the very essence of Order itself.

The most notable users of Order are Priests of Kayleth. Its presence runs deep throughout the faith's history, to such an extent that even the divine blessings granted by The Sun are steeped in the power of Order. The legendary paladins and priests of the faith consider Order to be more than just a form of power. To them, it is a way of life.

Priests of Mellina are also granted Order, since it was with Order that She first created the universe. They often use Order to defend the sick and the suffering from those who would seek to do them further harm.

Order is one of the Cardinal Six Schools that are granted to all Priests of Mishra. The Mishrans who choose to pursue the school beyond its rudiments are generally those who possess a benevolent outlook of the world, and seek to use their knowledge for the good of others.

Finally, Order is granted to Priests of Gyellina, who use the school mainly for the defense of those they are traveling with, or to defend others' right to dream.

The Battle Magic Spells


After calling forth Order's power in their Deity's name and sending it forth to the target, the priest raises his hand in front of him. So long as his hand remains raised, and he maintains his concentration on the magic of the effect, the target of the spell cannot move closer than ten feet to the priest. This allows others who need protection to remain unharmed behind the priest, or else it allows fighters a place of safety to be healed or have a moment's rest.


This spell calls forth a searing white ball of pure Order, sending it searing into its target. This is arguably one of the most deadly weapon-like battle magic spells, since armour is ineffective against it, and only protective spells such as Shield Magic can save the target from harm. Priests of Kayleth are especially fond of this spell, since it is the most directly offensive spell in the Order school, and it is effective at taking down their Chaotic foes quickly.


A favourite of Order casters who are also members of law enforcement, Imprison does precisely what its name implies: it confines its target inside a magical force field. The force field is powerful enough to deflect all outside spells and attacks (save Dispel Order, though it does not prevent the subject of the spell from being moved. The spell's subject is powerless to influence the world around him, and indeed has no power to move under his own force, nor can he influence the world around him in any way.


Order's Sacramental spell is a powerful protective invocation. It creates a ten-foot wide circle, the walls of which form a barrier which is impenetrable to all forms of attack save Dispel Order. The caster has the power to allow others past the barrier of the spell by stating "I grant sanctuary to" and then stating the name of the individual in question. Even ghostly, astral or otherwise incorporeal beings cannot move past this barrier. It is impossible to enter the Sanctuary by flying into it from above or tunneling into it from below, as the circle's protection affords it both a magical ceiling and floor.

Sanctuary can also be used as a rudimentary circle from which to perform divine faith magic.

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