Enervation was a necromancy spell that severely weakened the subject.[3]

Effect[edit | edit source]

Speaking the incantation, the caster pointed at their target and fired from their finger a bolt of negative energy, black and crackling. If it hit, the target's life force was suppressed.[3]

The spell had a chance to kill its target or it could weaken the target's offensive capability, skills and spellcasting ability. Assuming the subject survived, he regained lost power after a number of hours.[3]

If the ray struck an undead creature, it temporarily increased the creature's un-lifeforce.[3]

Components[edit | edit source]

The spell required verbal and somatic components.[2]

History[edit | edit source]

The spell was attributed to Netherese arcanist Stoca in −1790 DR and was originally called Stoca's feign.[1]

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