Based off this thread, I'm looking to duplicate the effects of Conjuring the Mystic Tower, but with wood, which is the more prevalent type of fortification in the Novgorod Tribunal (well, east of Poland, anyway). Here are my initial thoughts on such a spell; I'd appreciate feedback.
Conjuring the Mystic Tower (Cr[Mu]He[Te] 45)
R: Touch, D: Mom, T: Ind, Ritual
Requisites: Muto, Terram
A wooden tower rises out of the ground, appearing to be constructed from interlocking wood logs. The tower stands 80 feet high and is 30 feet wide, with a foundation set 20 feet into the ground. You determine the design of the chambers within; decorative woodwork can also appear as desired on the outside. The wood of the tower will not burn and is as hard as iron.
When Arinada of Jerbiton first came to Kiev, she understood that any stone tower would draw unwanted attention amongst the wooden palisades prevalent there, and designed this spell as a less conspicuous alternative to Conjuring the Mystic Tower.
(Base 3, +1 Touch, +4 size, +2 Requisites, +3 elaborate design)
I'm a little iffy about the Requisites...Otherwise I assume the design is the same - the base Target for stone is the same as that for Herbam (1 pace = Individual).