Thursday, October 13, 2011

Nadifa's Nominative Navigation

This spell allows the wizard to transport themselves, and perhaps even companions, over an unlimited distance. However it only allows travel between places with the same name. For example, someone on our world would be able to travel from Perth, Scotland to Perth, Australia. The names must be exactly the same (it would not allow travel from Main Street to Main Road, or from Mount Albert to Mont Albert). However the similarity may be in the names of countries, cities, streets, or even individual buildings (for example, two taverns with the same name).


  1. That's pretty neat. I can imagine enterprising wizards paying for buildings all over the world with the same name just to have different jump points.

  2. Thanks! I got the idea from the fact that there are lots of suburbs in Melbourne and Sydney (Australia's two biggest cities) that share names, or are named after places overseas (there's a Toronto in Melbourne for example).


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