Fluidism and its Technological Applications
- Stomach ulcers
- Loss of appetite
- Impacted bowels
- Neurogenic bowels
- Stomach, colon cancer, etc.
- Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative colitis
- Other gastrointestinal disorders
If a person breaks a vase by dropping it, for example, one can gather the shattered pieces and reassemble it. One could even create a new vessel out of wet clay. Melan's typical applications include mending broken equipment, making new objects out of raw materials without other equipment, etc. Craftsmen also take advantage of Melanism to produce higher-quality products. Many artisans rely on Melanism to facilitate the process, including goldsmiths, silversmiths, glassmakers, potters, sculptors, smiths, armorers. However, one cannot rely too much on magic because there is a high chance of breaking whatever material the person is working. This problem necessitates the use of non-magical tools. Melan’s flaws, combined with the gastrointestinal problems that arise with too much use, prevents making things partially by hand from becoming obsolete.
- Access & Availability
- Anyone can use the four schools of magic, including all four. Most specialize in one or two that are the most useful to their station in life.
- No one knows who discovered fluidism. The magic system and its practical applications gradually evolved out of humans experimenting with its use.
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