Thanks for writing Wild Magic, I hope you will write the sequel,

Wild Magic can be cured by the  powers which are the essence of nature.

Wild Magic (The Immortals)

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  • Wild Magic is a supernatural force. Often called the keystone of the Arch of Time, Wild Magic is a part of the Law which acts to produce change. The text of thae books suggest that without Wild Magic, the universe would be static and unchanging.

    Overall, I thought that Wild Magic was an engaging story, featuring several strong characters, and detailed relationships between the characters. Tortall is a fully realized world, and I look forward to visiting again.

  • Within the Arch of Time, Wild Magic can be wielded by anyone in possesion of white gold. However, if the person is not its rightful owner, the degree of power that individual can exert is diminished. Thus, characters that wish to posses white gold which belongs to another will not sieze it by force, but rather try to compel the owner to surrender it voluntarily.

    Overall, I thought that Wild Magic was an engaging story, featuring several strong characters, and detailed relationships between the characters. Tortall is a fully realized world, and I look forward to visiting again.

    Table: Wild Magic Effective Caster Level
    2d10 Effective Caster Level
    2-3 -4
    4-5 -3
    6-7 -2
    8-9 -1
    10-11 +0
    12-13 +1
    14-15 +2
    16-17 +3
    18-19 +4
    20 +5

  • Wild Magic - Dirk Arthur

    When used, Wild Magic manifests as silver flames which posses incredible destructive power. However, the chief importance of Wild Magic in the Chronicles is its ability to manipulate Time. In the First and Second Chronicles, the Despiser wants the power of Wild Magic because it is the key to his prison: a strong enough exertion of Wild Magic would destroy the Arch of Time, freeing him back into the greater cosmos beyond.

Wild mages and the school of wild magic Edit

I guess it depends on your taste. Of the ones I’ve mentioned recently, the only ones I would specifically suggest you NOT try would be Hexwood, A Sudden Wild Magic, or Eight Days of Luke. Apart from those, most any of her books are good for a first try. Fire and Hemlock is her best book (though the ending’s a little confusing); Howl’s Moving Castle and Charmed Life are two that are very friendly and accessible. But honestly, most any book that sounds good to you is good to read.