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Spell is a non-definite term that can mean different things depending on the context, though indefinitely it refers to a power or ability fueled by some form of magic.
Someone who could cast a spell of any kind was known as a spellcaster.
Spell can mean:
- Arcane spells, a form of powers that draw their energy from arcane magic.
- Evocations, sometimes incorrectly called "divine spells," a form of powers that draw on the primal energies of the natural world and the spirits that inhabit it.
- Prayers, also called "divine spells," a form of powers that draw on divine magic.
- Rituals, complex and expensive (both economically and mentally) abilities that are spell-like in effect.