marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,


So one of the scholars has injured his hand.  Badly.

And Mistress Bona shows up to apply pain-killing and healing magic.  Whereupon one fellow scholar starts to wonder how they train them in that.

Hmmm.  I think I'm going to have to work that out.  At least for first-aid magic.  Because they will want to try it and fourteen is not too young to learn first-aid.

I suspect it starts with learning fixing spells on other objects and then specially enchanted things to simulate a human body.
Tags: world-building: aging and coming of age, world-building: magic (technique)

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