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Very Detailed Magic Character Template Cheat Sheet by

Most writers and RPG players need a basic character sheet to help build their characters. It will list the most basic characteristics and even the personality and the characteristics of a character. Despite this being a RPG Site this character Template will be useful for Writing Fanfiction and creating whole new stories depending on what you are writing about. It will also have some listings of how experienced that character is along with a place for 'mundane tricks' to be listed at. There more.
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Mapping of the Sheet

WARNING: These may not be depicted in the correct order bellow.
Brief Introd­uction This will include things like Names, the name meaning, race and even their nicknames and titles if they have any… (Ex: A sorry gambler may be called the ‘Legendery Sucker’ by others)
While most of you have already came up with rules for your own game or story systems this portion of the sheet is to help you decide if the sheet will be a hindrance of an aid to the aforem­ent­ioned. First of all we should list the items being discussed and their relevance.
Ranking System This section will tell you about my ranking system for each of the traits. It will be brief since it is not the focus of this sheet but it will give you unders­tanding to how I worked the sheet and why.
Appearance Because you always have to figure out what your character looks like this will be among the first things you decide. This section will also list a few things about good descri­ptions verses bad ones to the eyes of some critics.
Person­ality Person­ality can consist of how a person interacts with another. There will be a list of Person­ality traits along with a 1-5 space for you to tell how much of each the person has. It will be separated into Positive and Negative Person­ality Traits.
Charac­ter­istics Most character always has some kind of series of traits that are the focus of their life or go along with it. Ego can go and make a person think that they are the royalty of the world and desire world domination which will rule their behavior and person­ality. However, there is an assortment of types of Charac­ter­istics in a person’s life. Some dominate the person­ality and some the behavior while others either have nothing to do with them or everyt­hing.
Favori­tes­/Least Favorites Favorites can make a person happy if they have them and Least Favorites, like the spider, can cause a person to panic. Besides that there is an assortment of favorite things such as Flowers, Jewels, Clothing Styles, or anything else you can think of. There are multiple things in a story that can affect the story that may be in this section.
Hobb(y­/ies) A Hobby is an assortment of things. It can be a helpful trick to get out of trouble or an action to start an adventure. This will detail three different hobbies along with some traits about those hobbies such as skill level and usefulness in daily life. Some hobbies can be criminal while others are nigh godly. It just depends on what Hobby it is.
Job/Pr­ofe­ssi­on/­Occ­upation This will list the current and past jobs and occupa­tions that the person has had. It can range from anything such as Flower Arranging at a shop to being a guard at a temple. It can also be things related to education or hobbies such as a Student, Appren­tice, or even the exact job pertaining to a hobby. This will have slots for the average monthly income, yearly income, and other things that relate to the job.
Educat­ion­/Ap­pre­nti­ceships Well, while every character has history this will be part of it. History can define a person so we need to define the Educat­ional history of a person. This will have a place for five slots that may be either. Each slot will come with an area to define the exact work they did there, their boss/E­ducator at the place, two cowork­ers­/other students, and three custom­ers­/pa­rents they often served or knew. There will also be some other things such as how the enviro­nment helped or hindered their learning and work, the general view they had on their peers and vice versa, and a few other things.
Major Events in Life Every person has some major life changing events at least once every five to ten years. There will be separated into age groups for each major event and there will be a place to tell how it might effect the character to ‘present times’ in it.
Geogra­phical Charac­ter­istics This will list some important places and references to the charac­ter’s life. Anything ranging from hometown, cities previously lived in, and current base of operations with other things included.
Style Each character has their own style in work, play and clothes so this place will describe those styles and a few more.
Health and Fitness Now for every character you will need to know if they are able to do some of the stuff you want them to which leads us to describing their health and fitness.
Diet/E­ating Each person may eat certain things over other things. This will discuss what they normally eat, like to eat, and never eat due to beliefs.
Mental­/Em­otional State Now this will be another think that you may have to think about. An insane character might be able to try to conquer the world because they think they are good or they might think that they world is evil and become a hermit. This is one of the important sections so do your best.
Intell­ectual Traits This will be another thing that the character may have to rely on. You also might have trouble depicting the character using the appointed traits. After all, you may be very smart and make your character a little average only for him/her to act like she/he has a high intellect.
Magic Abilities Many people have them and this character should. This will be the section listing the magic abilities and their ranking. It will also discuss what theses skills may be used for outside their normal use.
Mundane Knowledge This will talk about what they know how to do the Mundane way. It will list the most common things for the ‘universal skills’ that a person may or may not have.
Relati­onships This is just as said. It will list a bunch of characters that the described character has relations to such as hate, envy, adoration and other emotions toward.
Reside­ntial Every person has to have a home or base of operat­ions. This section will go into in depth detailing of both and what they use to get there each time they go there.
Wealth Now a person has to have funds and a system for spendi­ng/­saving their money. This will also list any vaults, bills and splurges the person has each month or week.
Family Everyone has family even if we don’t like them so why not give your character some?
Honorary Family Now most don’t ever think about it but these people are the ones who are not related by blood but still care for us like a family does.
Trivia This will basically be a section for a person to give some extra not included in the other sections if they can think of anything. It will only consist of a place to put their inform­ation.

Mundane Knowledge

...(These will use the Ranking System)...
Chemistry
Cooking
Sewing
Mechanics
Botany
Mythology
Dramatics
Economy
Politics
Geography
English
Reading Levels

Relati­onships

Character 1
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of bond
-Bond
Character 2
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 3
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 4
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 5
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 6
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of bond
-Bond
Character 7
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 8
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond
Character 9
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Bond
-Bond

Reside­ntial

Home
Transp­ortaion Method Most Commonly Used
Other Transp­ort­ation Methods Used
Favorite Mode of Transp­ort­ation
Pets
Descri­ption of Daily Surrou­ndings in Home Community
Living Arrang­ements
Describe his/her Bedroom
Describe his/her House
-What Housep­lants Are in the House if Any?
-Rooms There are Most of
-Library?
-Office?
-Sitting Room?
-How Many Bedrooms?
-How Many Bathrooms?
-Basement?
-Size of Kitchen?
-Game Room?
-What Other Rooms are There?
-Garden Descri­ption?

Wealth

Society Rank
Income Level
Income Per Month (Including debts, job payment, and any other funds and invest­ments)
Spent Money on Average Every Month
Pays toward Bills
Budget
Spluge­rs...
-How Often?
-How Pricy?
-Spent Mostly on What?
Extra Money Comes from?
Money in Bank Acount­/Vault?
Money/­Amount of...
-Funds on Person at Any Time on Average?
-Funds In Bank at Any Time on Average?
Member­ships
-To Where?
-Activ­ities that are Common?
-Group is Devoted to What?
Wishlist

Family

Mother
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Father
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Grandm­other
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Grandf­ather
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Grandm­other
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Grandf­ather
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Aunt
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Uncle
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Aunt
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Uncle
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Cousin
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Cousin
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Maternal Distant Relative
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status
Paternal Distant Relative
-Status of Relati­onship
-Reason for Relati­onship Status
-Origin of Relati­onship Status

Honorary Family Relati­onships

Character 1's Name:
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Relati­onship
Character 2's Name
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Relati­onship
Character 3's Name
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Relati­onship
Character 4's Name
-Type
-Reason For
-Origin of Relati­onship
Character 5's Name
-Type
-Reason for
-Origin of Relati­onship

Brief Introd­uction

First Name
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Middle Name (May SKip If wish)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Surnam­e/Last Name
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Alias #1
-Meaning
-Pronu­cni­ation
-Origin
Alias #2
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Alias #3
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Nickname (Best Friend)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Nickname (Other Friends)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Nickname (Lover)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Nickname (Sibling)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Nickname (Parent)
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Title #1
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Title #2
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin
Title #3
-Meaning
-Pronu­nci­ation
-Origin

Ranking System

F-Rank = little to no skill
D-Rank = some skill
C-Rank = fairly skilled
B-Rank = good skills
A-Rank = excellent skills
S-Rank = Super skilled
SS-Rank = has master skills
SSS-Rank has profes­sional master skills

Appearance

General Size
Bone Structure
Height
Weight
Overwe­igh­t/U­nde­rweight
Body Shape
Body Size
Build of Body
Face Shape
Forehead Shape
Skin Tone
Skin Color
Eye Color
Eye Position
Eye Shape
Eyebrows
Eyelashes
Glasses: Describe
Contacts?
Vision Level
Near Sighte­d/Far Sighted?
Ears
Nose Position
Nose Shape
Nose Size
Lips
Describe Smile
Dental Condition
Cheeks
Chin
Hair Color
Hair Length
Hair Style
Hair Texture
Hair Thickness
Hair Access­ories
Hair Dyed?
Hair Healthy?
Dominant Hand?
Hands SIze
Arms
Nails
Legs
Shoe Size
Cup Size (Girls)
Bra Size (Girls)
Waist Measur­ements
Chest Measur­ements
Hips Measur­ements
Body Hair
Shirt Size
Pants Size
Facial Hair
Makeup
Tattos
Piercings
Scars
Who does he/she take after: Mother­/Fa­the­r/O­the­r-r­ela­tives

Person­ality

Tropes
Most Common Mood
Alignment
Person­a/Mask
MBTI Person­ality Type
Temper­ament
Person­ality Keywords
Insecu­rities
How Doeshe/she see her/his self?
How are they percieved by others?
What would most embarrass them?
Nervous Tics?
Self Confidence Leve
Self Esteem Level
Afradi of the Dark
Optimist or Pessimist?
Daredevil or Cautious?
Logical or Emotional?
Working or Relaxing?
Introvert or Extrovert?
Confident or Unsure?
Night Owl or Early Bird?
Disorderly and Messy or Methodical and Neat?
Most at Ease When?
First Impres­sion...
-Rival
-Best Friend
-Enemy
-Teach­ers­/Bosses
-Cowor­ker­s/Other Peers
-Random People
Affini­ties...
-Animal
-Plant
-Study
-Hobby
-Chore
Fears
General Sociab­ility?
Patience Level
Most Ill at Ease When?
Biggest Vulner­abi­lity?
Sense of Humor Type?
General Attitude?

Charac­ter­istics

BASIC
Canon/­Story
Role
Age
Age Appearance
Mental Age
Gender
Race
Nation­ality
Ethnicity
Blood Type
Birth Date
Birth Weight
Birth Length
Manner of Birth
First Words
Symbol
Sexuality
Religion
Native Language
Spoken Language
Relati­onship Status
Chinese Zodiac Sign
Astrol­ogical Sign
Tarot Card
Social Secutiry Number
ID Number
Theme Song
Actor/­Actress that Portrays the Character Best?
Voice Actore­ss/­Actor that Portrays the Character Best?
Inspir­ation
PHYSICAL
Arm Strength
Leg Strength
Back Strength
Balanced or Clumsy?
Dominant or Submis­sive?
Energy Level?
IDiosy­ncr­asi­es(­Phy­sical)
Running Speed
Reflexes
Sense of Smell
Sense of Touch
Sense of Sight
Sense of Hearing
Sense of Taste
Sixth Sense?
Streng­ths­(Ph­ysical)
Weakne­sse­s(P­hys­ical)
EMOTIONAL
EQ:
Emotional Trauma?
-Cause of Trauma
-Effects of Trauma
Emotional Stability
Emotional Disorders
What they have/lack emotional Stability
Upbrin­ging's Effect on Emotions
Secrets
Sponta­neous or Struct­ured?
Instin­ctual or Logical?
How They Act...
-Public
-Private
-Around Strangers
-Around Friends
-Danger
-Fear
-Change
-Loss
-Sex/F­lirting
-Pain
-Stress
-Guilt
-Being Wrong
Being Criticized
-Being Insulted
-Being Praised
-Being Humiliated
-Being Loved
How Do They Expess...
-Anger
-Sadness
-Happiness
How do They Feel ABout...
-Marriage
-Children
-Sex
-Love
-The Opposite Gender
-Religion
How Do They View...
-Death
-Life
What Motivates?
What Saddens?
What Angers?
What Humili­ates?
What Most Describes Their Persio­nality?
Streng­ths­(Em­oti­onal)
Weakne­sse­s(E­mot­ional)
LOVE
Marital Status
Love Interest
Affection Between them
Favorite Activities Together
Perfect Date
How Lovey-­Dovey are they?
Do They Take Initia­tive?
Do they Believe in True Love?
Go Slow or Jump Into It?
Type of Kisser?
Do They Want Kids?
Do they Want To Get Married
Do They Get Jealous Easily
Divorced?
Remair­ried?
Married?
Sexual Orient­ation?
Signif­icant Other
Current Romantic Partner?
Current Romantic Situation?
Thoughs on Current Romantic Situation?
Previous Romantic Partners
Turn-Ons
Turn-Offs
Type of Lover
Favorite Position
Fetishes
Any Commitment Issues?
Are They Flirty?
Openness Of Relati­onship
Have They Been on a Date...
-1st Date
~Where
~With Whom
-2nd Date
~Where
~With Whom
-3rd Date
~Where
~With Whom
Do They Love to be in Love or Love to Hate it?
Are they a Virgin?
-Who They gave their Virginity to
-When
-Where
-What Age
Best Time Together
Worst Time Together
Funniest Time Together
Saddest Time Together
Where did they Meet
When did they Meet
Affection Between them?
Describe Their Sense of Trust
VOCAL
Describe Laugh
Expletive
Greetings
Farewells
Idiosy­ncr­asi­es(­Verbal)
Voice
Laughter
Speech Mannerisms
Style of Speaking
Vocabulary
Volume of Voice

Favori­te/­Least Favorite

Actor
Alcoholic Drink
Animal
Arts
Band
Book
Characters
Color
Country
Culture
Dessert
Drink
Excuse
Flower
Food
Flavor
Games
Gemstone
Holiday
Landmarks
Literature
Movie
Musical Genre
Mythical Creature
Number
Pasttime
People
Pizza Toppings
Place
Quote
Restaurant
Room in the House
Season
Smells
Song
Sounds
Store
Story Genre
Subject
TV Show
Time of the Day
TIme of the Year
Vegetable
Weather
Websites
WOrds

Hobby/­Hobbies

First Ever Hobby
-Most Actions
-Most Items
-Common Items
-Is Mostly Used For
-Can Also be Used For
1st Current Hobby
-Most Actions
-Most Items
-Common Items
-Is Mostly Used For
-Can Also be Used For
2nd Current Hobby
-Most Actions
-Most Items
-Is Mostly Used For
-Can Also be Used For
3rd Current Hobby
-Most Actions
-Most Items
-Is Mostly Used For
-Can Also be Used For

Job/Pr­ofe­ssi­on/­Occ­upation

JOB SPECIF­ICA­TIONS
Sector
Position
Level
Type
Hours Per Week
Hourly Rate
Per Annum Approx
Distance From Home
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
Promotions
Overtime
Upaid Holidays
Paid Holidays
Parental Leave
Childcare
Healthcare
Sick Leave
MISC
Equal Opport­unities
Company Morality
Worker Satisf­action
Company Reputation

Educat­ion­/Ap­pre­nti­ceships

Elementary School
-Name
-Location
-Age Completed
-Year Completed
-Social Status
-Typical Grades
-Favorite Classes
-Least Favorite Classes
-Favorite Activities
-Least Favorite Activities
-School Friends
-School Crushes
-School Rivals
-Favorite Teacher
-Least Favorite Teacher
-Best Memories
-Worst Memories
Middle School
-Name
-Location
-Age Completed
-Age Started
-Year Completed
-Social Status
-Typical Grades
-Favorite Classes
-Least Favorite Classes
-Favorite Activities
-Least Favorite Activities
-School Friends
-School Crushes
-School Rivals
-Favorite Teacher
-Least Favorite Teacher
-Best Memory
-Worst Memory
High School
-Name
-Location
-Age Completed
-Age Started
-Year Completed
-Social Status
-Typical Grades
-Favorite Classes
-Least Favorite Classes
-Favorite Activities
-Least Favorite Activities
-School Friends
-School Crushes
-School Rival
-Favorite Teacher
-Least Favorite Teacher
-Best Memory
-Worst Memory
College
-Name
-Location
-Age Completed
-Age Started
-Year Completed
-Year Started
-Social Status
-Typical Grades
-Favorite Classes
-Least Favorite Classes
-Favorite Activities
-Least Favorite Activities
-School Friends
-School Crushes
-School Rival
-Favorite Professor
-Least Favorite Professor
-Best Memory
-Worst Memory
-Degrees
-Was he/she bullied at all?
Appren­tic­eship
-Sector
-Position
-Type of Job (Ex: Full Time/Part Time/Etc.)
-Hours Per Week
-Hourly Rate
-Per Annum Approx (Yearly Pay)
-Distance from Home
-Overtime?
-Holidays?
-Parental Leave?
-Equal Opport­uni­ties?
-Company Name
-Company Morality
-Worker Satisf­action Percen­tage?
-Company Reputation
-Peer Suport Provided?
-Favorite Instru­ctor?
-Least Favorite Instructor
-Favorite Peer
-Least Favorite Peer

Major Events in Life

Age 0-2 (Infancy)
Age 3-5 (Early Childhood)
Ages 6-9 (Child­hood)
Ages 10-12 (Tween)
Ages 13-16 (Teens)
Ages 17-19 (Late Teens)
Ages 20-25 (Young Adult)
Ages 26-29 (Middle Adulthood)
Ages 30-40 (Middle Adulthood Continued)
Ages 41-51 (Later Middle Adulthood)
Ages 52-62 (Early Older Adulthood)
Ages 63-73 (Middle Older Adulthood)
Ages 74-84 (Later Older Adulthood)
Ages 85+ (Old Age)

Geogra­phical Charac­ter­istics

Birthplace
-Country
-State­/Region
-City
Current Location
-Country
-State­/Region
-City
Hometown
-Country
-State­/Region
-City
Cities Previously Lived In
States Previously Lived In
Countries Previously Lived In
Culture
Cultural Background

Character Style

Style Stereotype
Overall Fashion Sense
Colors Worn the Most
Typical Jewelry
Typical Upper Body Wear
Typical Lower Body Wear
Typical Underg­arments
Typical Sleepwear
Typical Job Attire
Typical Formal Attire
Typical Winter Attire
Typical Swimwear
Typical Casual Attire
Typical Shoes/­Foo­twear
Typical Socks
Typical Dresses (Female Only)
Typical Outerwear
Typical Access­ories

Healt and Fitness

Allergies
Any Unhealthy Habits? List them.
Athletic?
Current Injuries
Drinker
-If Not, Why?
-If So, How Often, What, and Why?
Drug User?
-If Not, Why?
-If So, How Often, What, and Why?
Smoker?
-If Not, Why?
-If So, How often, What, and Why?
Illnesses:
Past Illnesses
Insomniac?
Medica­nti­ons­/Pr­esc­rip­tions: (Doctor Ordered Only)
Other Addictions (Healthy or Not. Ex: Cheese)
Past Injuries
Suicide Attempts

Diet/E­ating

Can They Cook?
Diet
Eating Disorders
Eating Habits
Nutrition
Vegeta­rian?
Vegan?
Gluten Free?

Mental­/Em­otional State

Age 0-2 (Infancy)
Age 3-5 (Early Childhood)
Ages 6-9 (Child­hood)
Ages 10-12 (Tween)
Ages 13-16 (Teens)
Ages 17-19 (Late Teens)
Ages 20-25 (Young Adult)
Ages 26-29 (Middle Adulthood)
Ages 30-40 (Middle Adulthood Continued)
Ages 41-51 (Later Middle Adulthood)
Ages 52-62 (Early Older Adulthood)
Ages 63-73 (Middle Older Adulthood)
Ages 74-84 (Later Older Adulthood)
Ages 85+ (Old Age)

Intell­ectual Traits

Spatial
Linguistic
Bodily­-Ki­nes­thetic
Interp­ersonal
Intrap­ersonal
Natura­listic
Visual
Verbal
Existe­ntial
Mathem­ati­cal­-Lo­gical
Etiquette
Attitude
Outlook on Life
Perception
Standpoint
Virtues Used
Vices Used
Morality

Magic Abilities

...Bas­ics...
Magic Refinery: (???/100)
Magic Core Size (Re Realis­tic): (????/­1000)
Magical Affinity Elemental: (Maximum Five)
Magical Affinity Subject Wise: (Maximum Five)
Magic Affinity (Familiar Bond): Maximum Three)
Magic Perfor­mance Control: (??/20)
Magic Spell Aim: (??/20)
...School Basics... (Each Will Require the Ranking System Showed Above)
Wandless Magic:
Soundless Magic
Arithmancy (Mathe­matical skills required for Runic Arrays and Spell Crafting):
Charms
Potions
Runes
Herbol­ogy­/Gr­een­house Care
Broom Flying
Divination
Transf­igu­ration
Defens­ive­/Of­fensive Magics
Astronomy
History of Magic
Mundane Studies (Exclude this if everyone has the potential for magic.)
...Int­erm­ediate School Magics...
Choosing A Familiar
Familiar Care
Alchemy
Beings Etiquette
Magical Races Etiquette
Dark Arts
Decoding Magical Texts
Wandle­ss-­Sou­ndless Combo Magic
...Adv­anced School Magics...
Magical Home Economics
Magical Duels
Beings Laws
Magically Enhanced Physical Combat
Enchanting
Medical Potions
Summoning
Fixing Broken Objects
Battle and Poison Potions
Medimagic (Healing Magic)
Anima Medimagic
Beings Medimagic
Warding
Anima Form Magic
Curse-­Bre­aking
...Highly Advanced School Magics (Requires Innate Ability or a Waiver)...
Metamo­rhpagus Magic (Human Shapes Only)
Shapes­hifting Magic (Animal Shapes Only)
Inanimate Shifting (Objects Only)
Living Shifting (Anima­l/Human Shapes Only)
Master Shifting (Anima­l/P­ers­on/­Object Shapes­hif­ting)
Siren Song
Animal Speech
Plant Speech
Alien Speech
Spirit Speach
Earthian Speech (Plant­s/A­nimals, Spirits of Earth Only)
Living Universal Speech (Anima­ls/­Pla­nts­/Aliens of the Universe Only)
Master Speech (Anima­l/P­lan­t/A­lie­n/S­pirit Speech)
Psychic Ability Training
Teleki­nises
Elemental Control
Weather Control
Mental Magics
Spell Crafting
Potion­eering

Trivia

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