The Chemical Spectrum is a relatively subtle spectrum that can have a wide variety of effects. It is considered a natural spectrum because the spells simulate what can be done without magic at all using the laws of the universe. The Chemical Spectrum has spells that can be beneficial, damaging, or neutral to the target they are applied to.
Acids, poisons, tinctures, tonics, glues, solvents, and so much more are gathered under this category. Alchemists, Assassins, and Tradesmen of all kind tend toward this spectrum when they call upon magic.
Primary Characteristic: Constitution or Wisdom
Secondary Characteristic: Intelligence or Perception
Spell Construction DS = .5
Chemical Damage Edit
Chemical damage varies with spells, but tends to have an initial damage followed by a weaker, periodic damage.
Chemical vs. Fire Edit
Chemical spells have varied effects on Fire targets. Many times they have no effect, being consumed by the heat, but they may also enhance or be enhanced by Fire as well. Effect is determined by the specific nature of the spell.
Chemical vs. Water Edit
Chemical spells are diluted or completely neutralized by Water targets. 4d10 are subtracted from all Chemical rolls before rolling against Water targets.
Chemical vs. Body Edit
Chemical spells are particularly useful against the complex Body systems. Chemical spells gain an additional 1d10 vs. Body.
Chemical vs. Flora Edit
Chemical spells are particularly useful against the complex Flora systems. Chemical spells gain an additional 1d10 vs. Flora.
Chemical vs. Fauna Edit
Chemical spells are particularly useful against the complex Fauna systems. Chemical spells gain an additional 1d10 vs. Fauna.