4.1.2 Magical effect

When casting magic, there are nine components that define a magical effect:

The magical effect determines the difficulty of the enchantment, which is equal to the sum total of the degree of difficulty associated with its power, its finesse, its duration, its range, its area of effect, its degree of concealment and (if relevant) its investment into an item.

Overall difficulty of magical effect = Power + Finesse + Duration + Range + Area of effect + Degree of concealment + Investment

The magical effect also determines which magical skill and characteristic will be used for the dice roll that determines whether the enchantment is successful or not.