Definitions for "SORCERY"
Divination by the assistance, or supposed assistance, of evil spirits, or the power of commanding evil spirits; magic; necromancy; witchcraft; enchantment.
These spells (light, gust of wind, circle of protection, breathe water, etc.) can be cast at any time, but have no direct combat effects.
There are two quite different meanings to this term: the use of black magic to kill, injure, harm, dominate, manipulate or control other people. This is the primary meaning. the (usually) benign use of magical powers to influence events or people.
The ancient prototype and forerunner of political influence. It was, however, deemed less respectable and sometimes was punished by torture and death. Augustine Nicholas relates that a poor peasant who had been accused of sorcery was put to the torture to compel a confession. After enduring a few gentle agonies the suffering simpleton admitted his guilt, but naively asked his tormentors if it were not possible to be a sorcerer without knowing it.
An ancient prototype and forerunner of political influence.
Spirodynamic cosmic production.
Keywords:  adventure, role, turn, game, playing
a new turn-based role playing adventure game
Keywords:  path, left, hand, see
See Left-hand Path.
Keywords:  energy
11-15 to Energy