So people tend to post here after they’re in trouble, but we do have some tutorials:
Beginner? need help with some important basics?
Thought id add my tutorial to help any aspiring magical musicians out there
Just gonna dump a few things that might be helpful to people.
Useful if you need healing from doing a stupid and throwing your entire flow out of whack.
Just some food for thought if you have interesting experiences that contradict things you’ve read, or a lesson about the reliability of other people telling their own ‘spirit stories’.
Why didn’t the demon do as I asked?
I’m bumping this, will delete this reply later but we have a lot of new folks here recently who may enjoy reading the tutorials, and remember folks if you have a method that you know delivers results, consider writing a tutorial and then adding the link to this list.
Not really a tutotial, but may be helpful.
This is a fantastic thread! Only just found it but ty all
Bumping this with an awesome new post: REAL MAGICK & FANTASY MAGICK: Beginner's guide
Did you know making servitors can be dangerous and cruel if you don’t do it right?
Thank you for your contribution Encore19;
Indeed, normally servitors should either have a “kill-switch”, to dissapate,
or be coded with “return to source upon death”, to re-integrate into their source (YOU)=.
A Sufficient servitor will naturally let you know,
when it’s tasks have all been cleared and it either wants a new job to fulfill,
or to be absorbed back into it’s creator.
- at least, that’s my 2 cent on it.
Maybe I’m being unnecessarily soft for putting in a command word instead of a kill switch. I’ve never made simple servitors, I just jumped into making my childhood imaginary friend come alive. He was like the older brother I never had and he was the first servitor I made
Well, i just know of the Golem and the Immortal Jew,
when it comes to warnings about not leaving your servitors unemployed wandering.
The other tale,
would be the Sorcerer’s apprentice,
but that one i normally reference towards banishing after evocation,
and not evoking what you can’t banish.