I must admit I have difficulty thinking up magical spells for Blood of Pangea that fit within the guidelines. The most noteworthy being that sorcery cannot directly cause permanent damage: causing someone to break out in sores, fireballs, death rays, crumbling boulders to dust etc. So that means permanent changes in matter. There is an optional rule to allow it, but I want to push my creativity by adhering to this rule and see what I can think of.
Spoiler warning. If you don’t want your imagination contaminated with my ideas, turn back now.
Some of these ideas may warrant charging the caster more than 1 Might. The sample spells given: summoning a smoke to distract a monster, took 1 might. Levitating the caster out through the roof took 1 might, but taking his friend with him took an additional point of might.
With that in mind, I’m assuming a large, muscled character and his gear weigh 250 to 300 pounds, tops. So Each person levitated up to that weight takes 1 Might. Lifting your horse may take therefore 3 or 4 might. Likewise, I’ll use that as a guideline for moving other heavy objects.
Here we go!
Levitate a looped rope around the target’s neck and strangle him with it.
Yank the spear or sword from the enemy’s hand and chase after him with it.
In an environment with loose sand, levitate the sand from beneath a target’s feet and the target falls into the pit. Then bury said target with the sand!
Levitate target off a cliff, then drop it!
Hurl boulders, spears, any other projectile. Send a storm of stones at approaching infantry. * This may not be in the spirit of maximum movement of 50′ per turn. I assume that means a gradual rate to 50′, as opposed to moving really quickly, all of a sudden. But why not? Matter is not being changed, nothing is being directly damaged by the spell. Perhaps an increase in cost for the force required to propel the stones?
Seal a watchman’s mouth shut so he cannot shout the alarm.
Set an illusion for a watchman that the PCs are allied soldiers returning from a patrol.
Pass off a brass button as the illusion of a gold coin.
Lift the keys off a sleeping guard.
Unbuckle a weapon’s belt, leaving the former wearer without his sword.
Slam a heavy door in the face of pursuers.
Turn the tumblers of the lock of that door.
Pull the rug out from beneath a foe.
Snuff the candles with a gust of wind. * The moving air does the work, not the spell.
Untie hanging curtains or tapestry so it falls into the torches and catches on fire.
Cause the sensation of being terribly itchy.
Create auditory hallucinations of all kinds: sounds of violence, sounds of mischief, sounds of sexual activity, whatever might catch the interest of the target
Cause the target to believe someone else is the caster.
Appear to be in two places at once.
Appear to look like some hideous monster.
Make target think his food or drink has a nauseating taste.
Animate a corpse to perform a task.
Levitate one volatile substance into contact with another to cause a reaction.
Cause target to become sexually aroused.
Bend tree branches down. * this is iffy, because a bent branch may not spring back up.
Pull stones out of a dam.
Cause a horse or other large animal to hallucinate and panic.
Create a foul odor.
Create the illusion of casting a damaging spell. Such as the illusion of lightning bolts.
Throw your voice.
Reverse gravity in one small area.
That’s all I can think of for now.