Below you can find the information on the Heirloom Codex, the first book of spells any self-respecting sorcerer will learn to perform. In essence, the arcane version of a child's multiplication tables. These spells are simple enough that you might accidentally cast them in your sleep, but we don't recommend that as most are meant for battle. More advanced and proprietary sorcery is usually learned directly from a master or grandmaster.
Keep in mind that a basic spell, when in the right hands, can still be a deadly force.
The Heirloom Codex, a collection of basic battle spells, is the oldest known recorded book of its nature. It is generally theorized that the art of magic was chaotic and disorganized in the time before this publication. Crude copies of this codex are sometimes discovered in ruins of the first settlers' civilizations.
- Only two copies have ever been discovered with the author's name transcribed. Both are in private collections.
- A replica of the original book, i.e. the leather-bound volume used as a template for all first generation copies, can be found on display in the Museum of Arcane Knowledge. The genuine copy is most likely in either the armory of the King, or the vault in the library for grandmaster sorcerers.