Eye of Newt
Uses and History
Newt eyes are used to invoke properties of mental clarity and knowledge in thaumaturgical spells. Like all reagents unique to this school of magic, they are only available through the sage, Mythran, and appear to be derived from creatures not native to Pagan.
|“|| This aids the mage in focusing the inner eye within the mind.|
- "Eye of Newt" is often cited in popular culture as a magical agent, owing to its mention in Shakespeare's Macbeth during the witches famous chant in Act VI, Scene i. (lines 14-15): "Eye of newt, and toe of frog, / Wool of bat, and tongue of dog, / Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, / Lizard's leg, and howlet's wing,-- / For a charm of powerful trouble, / Like a hell-broth boil and bubble."
- Shakespeare, William. Macbeth.
|Britannian||Black Pearl ☥ Blood Moss ☥ Garlic ☥ Ginseng ☥ Mandrake Root ☥ Nightshade ☥ Spider Silk ☥ Sulfurous Ash|
|Serpent Isle Reagents|
|Serpent Isle (SI)||Blood Spawn ☥ Serpent Scales ☥ Worm Heart|
|Necromancy (VIII)||Blackmoor ☥ Blood ☥ Bone ☥ Dirt ☥ Executioner's Hood ☥ Wood|
|Sorcery (VIII)||Brimstone ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Obsidian ☥ Pig Iron ☥ Pumice ☥ Volcanic Ash|
|Thaumaturgy (VIII)||Bat Wing ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Eye of Newt ☥ Serpent Scales|
|Alchemy (UO)||Luminescent Fungi ☥ Captured Essence ☥ Parasitic Plants ☥ Egg|
|Mysticism (UO)||Bone ☥ Dragon Blood ☥ Daemon Bones ☥ Fertile Dirt|
|Necromancy (UO)||Bat Wing ☥ Daemon Blood ☥ Grave Dust ☥ Nox Crystal ☥ Pig Iron|
|Shamanism (SE)||Chocolatl ☥ Pinde ☥ Yopo|
|Spellweaving (UO)||Arcane Focus|