I've got a question about the spell The Ob of Mot, in Ancient Magic (Canaanite Necromancy).
The spell says:
The Ob of Mot
R: Veil, D: Conc, T: Group
This spell allows those about the caster to speak with a specific person in the world of the dead — to them it appears that the caster is speaking with the voice of the dead person.The caster is effectively acting as a temporary container or vessel for the dead spirit, and botches of this spell might cause the caster to become possessed by a malevolent spirit. The caster must either have an Arcane Connection to, or otherwise be able to sense, the target, and the target must be in the world of the dead; that is, neither alive nor in Heaven. The dead person is compelled neither to speak nor be truthful. The caster is aware of the conversation, but cannot participate without making an Intelligence + Concentration
roll against an Ease Factor of 12.(Base 3, +3 Veil, +1 Conc, +1 Group)
I already know the errata who said "Group is +2, the total is correct".
But as far as i try to understand the spell by the rules, i just can't figure how the rules works with this spell.
Why is this spell a Creo Spell ? What did this spell does as a Creo effect, and why the base is 3 ? Why it's a Target: Group spell ? Did you target those who are around you ? In this case, why a Veil of Death Range ?
I would really like some explanations about this one, especially about the base level.
Thanks for reading (and sorry, i'm really lame when it's come to write in english, but i really hope i've been clear enough).