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Spell manifestations

Sebastian Druid (Earth-616) from Avengers World Vol 1 12 0001

The Sorcerer Supreme often conjures specific magical effects for specific purposes. Among them are:

  • Bolts of Bedevilment/Balthakk (as an offensive weapon)[1]
  • A Conjurer's Cone (to transport an enemy away to another realm)[citation needed]
  • The Crimson Bands of Cyttorak (to bind someone)[citation needed]
  • The Crystals of Cyndriarr (a mystical energy blast composed of yellow rectangular crystals, with the touch of "certain death")[2]
  • The Demons of Denak (summons what mainfests as numerous invisible claws, used for attack or to rip suitable objects apart)[3]
  • The Flames of the Faltine (as an offensive weapon)[citation needed]
  • The Images of Ikonn (to create duplicate images of himself or others to confuse an enemy)[4]
  • The Icy Tendrils of Ikthalon (entraps the target in a freezing coating of ice)Icy [5]
  • The Mists of Munnopor (creates a mist that blinds the enemy)[3]
  • The Seven Rings of Raggadorr (Seven blue energy rings that surround him and deflect attacks)[citation needed]
  • The Light of the All-Seeing Eye of Agamotto (to disperse an assailant's spell, to reveal the truth or to destroy an enemy's actual soul)[citation needed]
  • The Shackles of Sheol (magenta bands which enwrap a being's legs and cross at the chest, used to trap and transport an opponent)[citation needed]
  • The Shield of the Seraphim (as a protective barrier)[citation needed]
  • The Vapors of Valtorr (as an obscuring fog)[6]
  • The Winds of Watoomb (as an offensive weapon or transportation)[citation needed]
  • The Chains of Krakkan (constricts an enemy in strong chains)[7]
  • The Mists of Morpheus (standard sleep spell)[citation needed]
  • A Pentagram of Farallah is a teleportation spell needing five participants and the sentence "By the fangs of Farallah, we do implore ye grant us passage through thy door.[8]
  • The Sapphire Bands of Storaan (to bind someone)[3]
  • Seven Suns of Cinnibus (an energy blast that is as hot as seven suns)[9]
  • A Sorcerer's Sphere (a black-colored bubble that protects the Sorcerer inside, but absorbs all the mystical energy in the surrounding area. This absorbing-process normally takes one hour, but an adept sorcerer can make time go by faster so that it seems only minutes have elapsed)[citation needed]
  • The Longorian Spell for the Battle of an Astral Incursion into the Corporeal World: A spell to battle astral incursions (Used by Doctor Voodoo).[10]

Sorcerous phrases

Stephen Strange (Earth-616) from New Avengers Vol 3 7 001

Co-creator and longtime original scripter Stan Lee wrote many alliterative exclamations and incantations that Dr. Strange would utter. Lee and later writers often created characters and storylines based on these casually created phrases.

The Emancipation Incantation:[22] “Satannish, Watoomb and Raggadorr
Ikonn, the Seraphim and Cyttorak
Agamotto, Oshtur and Muniporr
Hoggoth, the Faltine, Valtorr and Denak!
Those whom I named plus other I've omitted
whose who threatened my cherished liberty
hark to this irrevocable decree:
such enslavement will not be permitted
your claims on my person I now reject
all demands of servitude I must deny
for your wisdom and might I've the utmost respect
but the price for its use is far too high
better the path I walk be mine alone
hear now these words: let my fate be my own!”

The Threefold Path of Agamotto

The Fourth Path

Schools and Groups of Magic

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Notes

  • It's not always easy to differentiate a spell name versus entreating an entity to add their power to it, or if some are distinct spells or just variations. Many of the classic names are alliterative.

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References

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