Hi fellow players
I have a question:
adaptative casting let you use the mastery score and the different specific mastery you do know to all spells using the same general guideline.
Let's take a deeper look.
Here is a character, with a few of his spells (and, yes before anything, he has flawless magic)
Now the question time:
When he will use Unravelling the fabric of (vim) at sight, level 45...
a) ... his mastery is 2+5+5+1 = 13, for a +13 to casting total, with : fastcasting, stillcasting, quietcasting, quickcasting (x5) options available
Indeed we had each "adaptative casting" spell using the same general guideline ("destroy magic"), restricted to the "specific" type of spell? (here "fabric of vim"
b) ... his mastery is 2+5+5+1+2+2+2+2+2+2 for a +25 to casting total with same options available + penetration
Indeed we had each "adaptative casting" spell, using the same general guideline ("destroy magic").
c) ... his mastery is 2 because he already masters the spell he cast, and options avaiable is quickcasting x2
d) ... his mastery is 5, because he has an adaptative casting on all spells, and we only take the mastered 5 spell into account since they are the higher mastered spell.
What do you think?
My own reading of the rules is that adaptative casting of a spell A will apply to all spells using the same general guideline (including spell X i cast), even if spell B is also applicable to a spell X) and the mastery speak about "same general guideline" and don't specify for "type of spell" (which is a special case for vim art), nor would it specify about "realm" (which is also a special case for vim art).
My own conclusion: b is the right reading.
But with the good virtue, it can be powerful (as showed in this example of a Flambeau whose only dream is to become the unbeatable champion of dimicatio).