I'm having some doubts in regard to the Range that a Rego Vim spell needs to have. (English is not my main language, sorry if i make any mistakes in the post.)
Maintaining the Demanding Spell says that you cast it on another spell that you have already casted, does the Touch Range in the spell requires that you touch the thing created/affected by the spell, or if i make a version were i cast it at the same time as the spell i will target (like a MuVi spell) Range: Touch will be enough even if the "target" is far away (like Jupiter's Tears Apprentices p.47).
Supressing the Wizard's Handwork Would i need to touch the thing created/affected by the spell?
Looking at The Patient Spell on MoH p.113 you cast the spell at the same time as another (much like a MuVi effect to my understanding) so Range: Touch should be sufficient.
Watching Ward Seems to be capable to "aim" the spells it holds even if the person to be affected was not present at the time the Ward was created (a PeCo that kills a person that steps in it). A Target: Individual Ward can be put in an item or object, an spell put in a Target: Room ward could touch anithing inside the Room. If i wanted to put a Ward in a painted circle on the ground should the Ward have Target: Ind and the spells it holds Target: Circle? If i put a spell that has Range: Sight on a Ward, would the Ward "aim" it for me or do i need to put a In(Fo) so the Ward can see the target of the spell.
On a related note, if i wanted to use spell on a target that has an active magical effect and my magic resistance blocked me from touching it, can i still use Range: Touch against him ?