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Channel - Lay Healer & Spellthief

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A lone human slips through a tower window and into a wizards library unseen, closing his eyes he senses the strongest sources of magic in the room. Without hesitating he circumvents the rune of paralysis on a well hidden chest and steals the ancient and powerful spell book within slipping silently back into the night.

A teifling watches a group of goblins arguing around a campfire, he reaches into his pocket and pulls out an ornate glass orb, focusing he forces raw magical energy into the sphere and tosses it into the campfire with a wry grin. Seconds later the campfire explodes in a blinding white flash vaporising half the goblins and blinding the others, at that the rest of her party move in to dispatch the remaining goblins.

A bloodied elf places herself between a dark sorcerer and her friends as they try to pry open a jammed trapdoor and escape. As the sorcerer begins to unleash a meteor storm, the elf's eyes turn jet black as she draws the spells power into herself before it has a chance to take effect, she drops to one knee exhausted but has bought enough time for her party to escape.

Channels carry an extremely rare birthright conferred upon them by an exotic bloodline, some otherworldly influence or exposure to unknown cosmic forces. A Channel's birthright confers the ability to both sense and draw raw magic into themselves enabling them to use the stolen energy for various effects.

 
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This title was added to our catalog on June 14, 2017.