Newtonian Spells Edit
Newtonian spells are used in wide parts of Europe and North America. Annotation is ususally in Latin. In case of weaponised spells the names may be in different langauges as they are not used during the casting.
Basic Forms Edit
- Lux (light), creates a werelight. Can be varied in size, light and heat intensity. Can also be used underwater and moved around. 
- Impello (move), moves an object around.
- Scindere (divide), fixes an object in place.
- Palma (hand).
- Aer (air), holds the air still. 
- Congolare (?).
- Aqua (water), manipulation of water. 
- Terra (earth) 
Higher Forms Edit
Unknown Order Edit
- Fireball, attack spell, variation of Lux and Iactus.
- Dissimulo (hide) Molds flesh and bone into a specific shape and appearance, with catastrophic results when the spell runs out.
- Seducere, compulsion or glamour.
Second Order Edit
- Lux aestus Scindare, (could possible also be a third order spell, depending on how adjectiva are counted).
- Imepello Palma 
- Aer Congolare 
- Lux Impello 
Third order Edit
- Aqua Impello plus a couple of adjectivium.
Forth Order Edit
- Telescopium. Made of the components Aer, Aqua, Congolare and one unknown.
Formae that have no effect alone but change another forma if combined.
Formae inflectentes Edit
Used for higher order spells, translates to 'bend forms'. As of yet (Foxglove Summer) not explained.
Turpis vox Edit
Also called 'unseen word', a second unintenioned forma added to a basic forma. A usual apprentice error. Translates to 'repulsive voice'. 
Formae contidianae Edit
Formae contidianae (daily forms), are formae like Lux and Impello which have been used for generations and exist in many variations. An opposite would be Aer or Terra, which fell out of fashion due to being unpractical, difficult and not very useful.
Old fashioned name, based of the theory of four elements, for the formae Lux, Aer, Aqua and Terra.
Taoist Spells Edit
Nordic Spells Edit
Spells of unclear origin Edit
Caroline Linden-Limner used some kind of magic of unknown origin (for the readers at least). The magic manifested itself as a crimson rope of smoke, and smelled of candle wax and hyacinth.