This is my first time making a technique, and considering that I haven't relly played the game (only read the 5th ed. book repeatedly), I need a little help making spells.
I had an idea for a spell called Neptune's grasp, where by the magus is able to control two columns of water, and twist them and shape them at will. they act more as an extension of the casters arms.
The columns reach, and size are determined by the body of water the columns are shaped from. and if the water is severed from the original column, or the column cut from the original source of water, the water falls to the ground.
As per the rules, it has a base of 10 with +3 magnitudes for changing range to sight. +1 for changing Duration to Concentration, and +1 for changing target to Part.
Neptune's Grasp, by my calculations, is a Magnitude 7, level 35, Rego-Aquam spell.
Is there any other modifiers I need to add to make this spell work? or is it good as it is? I used to more rigid rules for casting spells, so it seems as if I over powered it...