Actually the first spell developed in the school of fire by a shaman that wanted to learn how to control fire was the firebolt spell. The firebolt spell was an ancient spell that was, over time, lost during the transition from the Chalcolithic Period of technology to the Bronze Age. It's knowledge was rediscovered and improved upon during the Hellenistic period.
You create a ball of molten flame in your hand and hurl it toward your target. The target takes 1d6 points of fire damage per level (maximum 15d6), plus an additional +4 points of fire damage per round for the next 4 rounds. If the target makes its Reflex save, it takes half damage from the initial blast and does not take the additional damage. In addition, if the target is Medium or smaller, the spell stuns the target for 1 round. A Fortitude save prevents the stunning effect.</nowiki>
School: Evocation (Fire); Level: Magus 6, Wizard/Sorcerer 6
This spell functions like Firebolt, except that it deals 1d8 points of initial fire damage per level (maximum 20d8), and burns for 8 points of damage per round for the next four rounds, and can stun targets up to Large size.
School: Evocation (Fire); Level: Magus 1, Wizard/Sorcerer 2
This spell functions like Firebolt, except that it deals 1d4 points of initial fire damage per level (maximum 10d4), and burns for 4 points of damage per round for the next four rounds, and can stun targets up to small size.
- ↑ WoW RPG Team (2005). More Magic and Mayhem, p. 75. Blizzard Entertainment, White Wolf Publishing. ISBN 1-58846-945-X. </span> </li></ol>
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