Effects[edit | edit source]
When cast, the spell created a brilliant sphere of blue flame on either end of a melee weapon made from wood. Items that this spell could be cast upon were a club, log, pole, staff, or a large branch from a tree. The spell lit both ends of the object; the caster was unable to light just one end. The fire vanished after the spell expired. The magical flame did not damage the weapon.
Components[edit | edit source]
In addition to verbal and somatic components, the spell required material components: a piece of phosphorous and iron filings. If phosphorous was unavailable, regular fire was an acceptable substitute.