Another topic gave me the following spell idea. What do my sodales think? Isn't it... interesting? No, I swear I won't try to execute this... yet...
Split the Mind of the Confused Magus (Mu[CrRe]Me 60)
(MuMe guideline 15, D:Year, +1 Cr, +1 Re, +1 Complex effect, +2 create a group of minds)
Split your mind, using each piece as an anchor to create a complete mind similar to your own. You don't duplicate the gift. Each mind has one of your personality traits, and yourself become completely devoid of personality through the duration of the spell.
The created minds think and decide as if it they were you, but the decision is tinted by their personality trait. They can obtain new memories but aren't capable of learning, and your capacity of learning isn't altered by this spell. When the spell ends the magus must make a concentration roll to avoid being deranged by the merging of the minds.
This spell was created by a
(clearly unhinged)Criamon trying to remove his conflicting personality traits to allow for dispassionate contemplation of the Enigma.
My rationale: Muto splits the mind, Creo completes your own mind after the split (and fill in the others if needed), Rego moves them outside of your head (maybe this is not needed). Additional magnitudes are required to create more minds (if desired for some reason). The total number of minds is limited by your personality traits (you need something to split, after all; I'm thinking that traits A+3, B-2, C+1 would become 6 new minds, three with A+3, 2 with B-2, one with C+1).
The minds can be "stored" somewhere if desired (eg. inside a jar with a ReMe circular ward). If not put away I think they would remain close to the original mind/magus, but invisible if no InMe or Second Sight is used.
So, can I have a piece of your mind (pun intended) about this?