Transparency of the Body, Lvl 15
R: Touch, D: Conc., T: Ind.
Turns a person as transparent as air, rendering them invisible. A discerning eye may observe a slight outline, similar to the boundary of water and pure alcohol.
The spell affects only a human body. For clothing, requisites are required.
Base 5+1 (Conc.) +1 Touch
That base is very loose guess. I wonder if an Imagonem requisite is needed?
How? The properties of the target, as far as they block the light, should just be overridden by the magic moving the light (perhaps in an unnatural fashion), shouldn't they? The moved light would likely register as magic, though.
I rather meant passing it through - so that the light "beams" keep their directions and still reach the eyes of the target, if such exist. This really might be covered by at least Base 10 "Control light in a very unnatural fashion", mightn't it?
To be clear: this is not something every table should adapt. But once we start revising invisibility, it is a logical proposal. And very luckily, there is tmk no real understanding of the working of the eye in Mythic Europe yet - so light affecting it and still passing through it should be possible, at least in an unnatural fashion.
Just to be clear: what is the Target (big T) of the spell you are proposing? It seems it should be a light source illuminating whatever-should-be-made-invisibile. Or rather every such light source, which would require Group or Room, depending on the circumstances.
A body of air, MuIm Lv 4
R:Touch, D: Son, T:ind
Makes a person and all his accoutrements look as if he were made of air, rendering them invisible - though a careful observer may notice a shimmer if the target moves.
Base 1 +1 Touch +2 Sun
Clearly too easy for game balance, but shouldn't it be legal?
Hmm. That's Group though (and it's a bit "tricky", an adaption of a legacy spell).
I don't know, it seems ... very difficult to say the least.
You have to transport the light just right, from all directions at once.