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17th Jun '18 5:17:48 AM BackSet1
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TabletopGam/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse features the Court of Blood and it's various blood mage vampires. Blood magic involves the manipulation of peoples blood in order to fuel your power. Or you can ise your own blood which is more painful to you but you don't have to kill anyone.

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TabletopGam/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse * TabletopGame/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse features the Court of Blood and it's various blood mage vampires. Blood magic involves the manipulation of peoples blood in order to fuel your power. Or you can ise your own blood which is more painful to you but you don't have to kill anyone.
17th Jun '18 5:15:40 AM BackSet1
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TabletopGam/SentinelsOfTheMultiverse features the Court of Blood and it's various blood mage vampires. Blood magic involves the manipulation of peoples blood in order to fuel your power. Or you can ise your own blood which is more painful to you but you don't have to kill anyone.
17th Jun '18 5:14:14 AM BackSet1
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24th May '18 11:05:10 AM Leid
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* In ''Tongari Booshi no Atorie'', a criminal witch uses blood to produce magic ink needed to draw magic.

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* In ''Tongari Booshi no Atorie'', ''Manga/TongariBooshiNoAtorie'', a criminal witch uses blood to produce magic ink needed to draw magic.
24th May '18 11:04:27 AM Leid
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* In ''Tongari Booshi no Atorie'', a criminal witch uses blood to produce magic ink needed to draw magic.
12th May '18 5:08:31 PM Arivne
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' supplement Aztlan. Aztlan mages can use Blood Magic: spilling a human's blood to enhance spellcasting and summon Blood Spirits. Extremely evil, restricted to {{Non Player Character}}s. How restricted? If any player character starts learning Blood Magic from any source whatsoever, of their own free will, ''their character sheet is now that of an NPC.'' It's just that dark.
** Another reason for the NPC-turn is that Blood Magic is one of the most jealously guarded secrets in the world and Aztlan spares no expense in exterminating outsiders who learn about it with ''extreme'' prejudice. We're talking "nuke the block to get the guy who stole our secrets"-guarded.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' supplement Aztlan.''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}''
** Supplement ''Aztlan''.
Aztlan mages can use Blood Magic: spilling a human's blood to enhance spellcasting and summon Blood Spirits. Extremely evil, restricted to {{Non Player Character}}s. How restricted? If any player character starts learning Blood Magic from any source whatsoever, of their own free will, ''their character sheet is now that of an NPC.'' It's just that dark.
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dark. Another reason for the NPC-turn is that Blood Magic is one of the most jealously guarded secrets in the world and Aztlan spares no expense in exterminating outsiders who learn about it with ''extreme'' prejudice. We're talking "nuke the block to get the guy who stole our secrets"-guarded.



* ''TabletopGame/{{Earthdawn}}''. Blood charms are used to seal Blood Oaths and gain magical benefits.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Earthdawn}}''. Blood charms are used to seal Blood Oaths and gain magical benefits. They usually last AYearAndADay.
7th May '18 3:59:06 PM alixtolvaj
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': "Blood Magic" as a concept shows up often, typically referring to magic barriers that can only be broken or accessed by the magic user who created it (or a blood relative). Blood being an ''ingredient'' is far less common, though it has been used, most notably in tracking spells and by Gothel in season seven, as she needs [[spoiler: the blood of the two people her daughter loves most (her father and the woman she loves)]] to enact her final spell.
22nd Apr '18 9:19:52 AM Muppet
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* In ''Fanfic/EquestriaDivided'' [[NatureIsNotNice Fluttershy]] creates [[BiologicalMashup Everfree Wraiths]] by infecting ponies with her blood.
9th Apr '18 8:24:12 AM Malcior
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** Another example from WoW: The Mogu, resident {{Lawful Evil}} villains of Pandaria, utlize a mysterious red quantity called Anima to animate their Blood Golems, but it did not seem to be normal blood. It's not until late in the Isle of Thunder storyline that you find out what it is: the blood of [[{{PhysicalGod}} Ra-den]], the divine guardian of their species whose blood and secrets they stole and used to build their empire.
19th Mar '18 5:37:50 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/StephenKing's ''On Writing'', he describes some symbolic associations of blood with life and death, sin and redemption (through sacrifice), and how they're used in ''{{Carrie}}'' as a parallel to the titular psychic's emerging powers and rampage.

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* In Creator/StephenKing's ''On Writing'', he describes some symbolic associations of blood with life and death, sin and redemption (through sacrifice), and how they're used in ''{{Carrie}}'' ''{{Literature/Carrie}}'' as a parallel to the titular psychic's emerging powers and rampage.
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