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* Universal Studios' ''Wizarding World of Harry Potter'' attractions now feature [[MagicFromTechnology interactive wands]]: gift shop-puchasable replicas of wands from the HP films, with which park-goers can activate "spells" at marked locations within Hogsmeade or Diagon Alley. Waving such a wand at shops' window displays, fountains, or other themed features can activate sound, water, and/or animatronic effects, thus simulating magics from the ''Potter'' books and films.
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23rd May '17 2:21:00 PM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' the parodies of ''Literature/HarryPotter'' characters use wands. Wizards and witches not based on popular children's books don't seem to, however.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has Rose wielding the Thorns of Oglogoth. She also has another pair of wands, but she doesn't use them since the Thorns are not just magical but ''eldritch'' as well - and as such are obscenely powerful. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003715 Check]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003716 it]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003838 out]]. Then [[DiabolicalMastermind Eridan]] gets one for WhiteMagic [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004947 here]]. Which might actually have been [[MagicFeather completely fake]], and [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments actually just a]] [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger light-up wand]].
** Calliope uses a [[{{Pun}} dualing]] wand similar in appearance to Eridan's that reportedly actually works...if the WHITE MAGNUM it's paired with is [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells loaded]], that is.
* [[StylisticSuck Grimm Shado]], a fictional character in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'', ''[[DualWielding dual wields]]'' wands. He ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill also]]'' has triple "[[WolverineClaws wand claws]]" on each hand, for a total of ''eight'' wands.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Doodze}}'', [[http://seguemediagroup.com/doodze/?p=807 needed for the counterspell]]
* In ''Webcomic/WizardSchool'', (a Hogwarts parody), the students have Harry Potter-style wands.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', magic wands hold standard preset spells and can be used offensively when dealing with magical threats.
* Witches use them in ''Webcomic/{{Witchy}}''.
* Flamel from ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'' uses a magic wand to cast spells.



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* Fairy Godmother, a heroic mystic from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', uses a wand as a prop but doesn't actually need it to work her magic.
* [[http://www.springhole.net/writing_roleplaying_randomators/magicwand.htm This random generator]] creates written descriptions of magic wands, similar to those in the Harry Potter series.
* "Foci" in ''Literature/VoidDomain'' collect a mage's [[{{Mana}} latent power]] for use in magic and are essential for most spells. They can take almost any form: books, bracelets, rings, and traditional wands are used according to preference and convenience. Eva is something of a {{Wrong Context Mag|ic}}e for being able to channel her power without a focus.
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' the parodies of ''Literature/HarryPotter'' characters use wands. Wizards and witches not based on popular children's books don't seem to, however.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has Rose wielding the Thorns of Oglogoth. She also has another pair of wands, but she doesn't use them since the Thorns are not just magical but ''eldritch'' as well - and as such are obscenely powerful. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003715 Check]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003716 it]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003838 out]]. Then [[DiabolicalMastermind Eridan]] gets one for WhiteMagic [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004947 here]]. Which might actually have been [[MagicFeather completely fake]], and [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments actually just a]] [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger light-up wand]].
** Calliope uses a [[{{Pun}} dualing]] wand similar in appearance to Eridan's that reportedly actually works...if the WHITE MAGNUM it's paired with is [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells loaded]], that is.
* [[StylisticSuck Grimm Shado]], a fictional character in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'', ''[[DualWielding dual wields]]'' wands. He ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill also]]'' has triple "[[WolverineClaws wand claws]]" on each hand, for a total of ''eight'' wands.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Doodze}}'', [[http://seguemediagroup.com/doodze/?p=807 needed for the counterspell]]
* In ''Webcomic/WizardSchool'', (a Hogwarts parody), the students have Harry Potter-style wands.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', magic wands hold standard preset spells and can be used offensively when dealing with magical threats.
* Witches use them in ''Webcomic/{{Witchy}}''.
* Flamel from ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'' uses a magic wand to cast spells.

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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' Many real life ceremonial magicians use wands or staves in their rituals to help focus and direct their power or simply for ceremonial purposes. Likewise, a ceremonial knife, sometimes known as an athame, is often used for the parodies same purpose.
* There are a wide variety
of ''Literature/HarryPotter'' characters use wands. Wizards trick wands available for budding stage magicians, though the [[DeadHorseTrope stereotype]] of the top-hat-and-tails magician with the white-tipped black wand has disappeared from the professional arena.
** A wand needn't be a "trick" wand to be useful. Wave a stick around with one hand,
and witches not based it tends to distract people from what you're doing with your ''other'' hand. Also, you can point with it to draw people's attention to where you want them to look (either so they ''don't'' miss the reveal or so they ''do'' miss the gimmick).
* Batons and rods are still widely used by conductors, parade leaders, and masters of ceremony. You can even study baton twirling if you're
on popular a drill team.
* A common gag among
children's books don't seem to, however.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has Rose wielding
magicians is a break-away wand, which appears solid in the Thorns of Oglogoth. She also has another pair of wands, magicians hands, but she doesn't use them since the Thorns are not just magical but ''eldritch'' collapses as well - and soon as such are obscenely powerful. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003715 Check]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003716 it]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003838 out]]. Then [[DiabolicalMastermind Eridan]] gets one for WhiteMagic [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004947 here]]. Which might actually have been [[MagicFeather completely fake]], and [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments actually just a]] [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger light-up wand]].
** Calliope uses a [[{{Pun}} dualing]] wand similar in appearance to Eridan's that reportedly actually works...if the WHITE MAGNUM
it's paired with is [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells loaded]], that is.
* [[StylisticSuck Grimm Shado]],
handed to a fictional character in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'', ''[[DualWielding dual wields]]'' wands. He ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill also]]'' has triple "[[WolverineClaws wand claws]]" on each hand, for a total of ''eight'' wands.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Doodze}}'', [[http://seguemediagroup.com/doodze/?p=807 needed for
child. Sometimes it's the counterspell]]
other way around. This gag is usually repeated several times, sometimes as a running gag throughout a show.
* In ''Webcomic/WizardSchool'', (a Hogwarts parody), the students have Harry Potter-style wands.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'',
Wands are not very common among adult magicians today, however they are usually used during Cups and Balls routines. Wands are also used by various "Deconstructionist" magicians such as The Amazing Jonathan and Penn & Teller. Penn & Teller's signature bullet catch trick introduces two .357 Magnum revolves as "two very special magic wands hold standard preset spells and can be used offensively when dealing with magical threats.
* Witches use them in ''Webcomic/{{Witchy}}''.
* Flamel from ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus'' uses a magic wand to cast spells.
wands."



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* Fairy Godmother, a heroic mystic from the ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', uses a wand as a prop but doesn't actually need it to work her magic.
* [[http://www.springhole.net/writing_roleplaying_randomators/magicwand.htm This random generator]] creates written descriptions of magic wands, similar to those in the Harry Potter series.
* "Foci" in ''Literature/VoidDomain'' collect a mage's [[{{Mana}} latent power]] for use in magic and are essential for most spells. They can take almost any form: books, bracelets, rings, and traditional wands are used according to preference and convenience. Eva is something of a {{Wrong Context Mag|ic}}e for being able to channel her power without a focus.
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* Many real life ceremonial magicians use wands or staves in their rituals to help focus and direct their power or simply for ceremonial purposes. Likewise, a ceremonial knife, sometimes known as an athame, is often used for the same purpose.
* There are a wide variety of trick wands available for budding stage magicians, though the [[DeadHorseTrope stereotype]] of the top-hat-and-tails magician with the white-tipped black wand has disappeared from the professional arena.
** A wand needn't be a "trick" wand to be useful. Wave a stick around with one hand, and it tends to distract people from what you're doing with your ''other'' hand. Also, you can point with it to draw people's attention to where you want them to look (either so they ''don't'' miss the reveal or so they ''do'' miss the gimmick).
* Batons and rods are still widely used by conductors, parade leaders, and masters of ceremony. You can even study baton twirling if you're on a drill team.
* A common gag among children's magicians is a break-away wand, which appears solid in the magicians hands, but collapses as soon as it's handed to a child. Sometimes it's the other way around. This gag is usually repeated several times, sometimes as a running gag throughout a show.
* Wands are not very common among adult magicians today, however they are usually used during Cups and Balls routines. Wands are also used by various "Deconstructionist" magicians such as The Amazing Jonathan and Penn & Teller. Penn & Teller's signature bullet catch trick introduces two .357 Magnum revolves as "two very special magic wands."
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22nd May '17 9:47:41 AM Galacton
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The Magic Wand may be combined with SimpleStaff or CarryABigStick, resulting in the hybrid-weapon capable of both magic and melee combat, the MagicStaff.

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When The Magic Wand may is big or strong enough to be combined with SimpleStaff or CarryABigStick, resulting in the hybrid-weapon capable of both magic and melee combat, combat a la SimpleStaff or CarryABigStick, the resulting hybrid-weapon is a MagicStaff.
16th May '17 8:37:51 PM intastiel
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* "Foci" in ''Literature/VoidDomain'' collect a mage's [[{{Mana}} latent power]] for use in magic and are essential for most spells. They can take almost any form: books, bracelets, rings, and traditional wands are used according to preference and convenience. Eva is something of a {{Wrong Context Mag|ic}}e for being able to channel her power without a focus.
11th May '17 4:16:59 PM Vir
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* In ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', the mystically-powered Alley-Kat-Abra uses a wand which she calls [[PunnyName "Magic Wanda"]].
* Usually Comicbook/DoctorStrange doesn't need these, but he does have a few wand-like mystic artifacts, including the Wand of Watoomb.

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* In ''Comicbook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', ''ComicBook/CaptainCarrotAndHisAmazingZooCrew'', the mystically-powered Alley-Kat-Abra uses a wand which she calls [[PunnyName "Magic Wanda"]].
* Usually Comicbook/DoctorStrange ComicBook/DoctorStrange doesn't need these, but he does have a few wand-like mystic artifacts, including the Wand of Watoomb.



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* The main character of ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' wields a wand that's an heirloom passed down through members of her family. It transforms based on who's currently holding it. It's powered by a [[HamsterWheelPower tiny unicorn running on a treadmill]], [[{{Magitek}} needs a jewel like plug-in on the bottom called a charger]] to remain functional, and can be [[MorphWeapon transformed into weapons to suit the users needs]]. It's main use is ThePowerOfCreation, potent enough to put the royal family in power, [[NoodleIncident apparently accidentally delete physical laws across the multiverse]], and obviously serve as the {{Macguffin}} for the series BigBad. Most amazingly of all, it's implied by the TricksterMentor for wielders to only skim ''the surface'' of manipulating magical forces. It's possible for Star to "dip down" and achieve a greater depth of magical power.

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* The main character of ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' wields a wand that's an heirloom passed down through members of her family. It transforms based on who's currently holding it. It's powered by a [[HamsterWheelPower tiny unicorn running on a treadmill]], [[{{Magitek}} needs a jewel like plug-in on the bottom called a charger]] to remain functional, and can be [[MorphWeapon transformed into weapons to suit the users needs]]. It's main use is ThePowerOfCreation, potent enough to put the royal family in power, [[NoodleIncident apparently accidentally delete physical laws across the multiverse]], and obviously serve as the {{Macguffin}} MacGuffin for the series BigBad. Most amazingly of all, it's implied by the TricksterMentor for wielders to only skim ''the surface'' of manipulating magical forces. It's possible for Star to "dip down" and achieve a greater depth of magical power.




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* Aquamarine from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' wields a wand that transforms into a ribbon she wears on her head, befitting her fairy-like appearance. It can be used to suspend targets with HardLight.



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* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has Rose wielding the Thorns of Oglogoth. She also has another pair of wands, but she doesn't use them since the Thorns are not just magical but ''eldritch'' as well - and as such are obscenely powerful. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003715 Check]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003716 it]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003838 out]]. Then [[DiabolicalMastermind Eridan]] gets one for WhiteMagic [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004947 here]]. Which might actually have been [[MagicFeather completely fake]], and [[CrowningMomentofFunny actually just a]] [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger light-up wand]].
** Calliope uses a [[IncrediblyLamePun dualing]] wand similar in appearance to Eridan's that reportedly actually works...if the WHITE MAGNUM it's paired with is [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells loaded]], that is.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' has Rose wielding the Thorns of Oglogoth. She also has another pair of wands, but she doesn't use them since the Thorns are not just magical but ''eldritch'' as well - and as such are obscenely powerful. [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003715 Check]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003716 it]] [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=003838 out]]. Then [[DiabolicalMastermind Eridan]] gets one for WhiteMagic [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=004947 here]]. Which might actually have been [[MagicFeather completely fake]], and [[CrowningMomentofFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments actually just a]] [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger light-up wand]].
** Calliope uses a [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} dualing]] wand similar in appearance to Eridan's that reportedly actually works...if the WHITE MAGNUM it's paired with is [[DepletedPhlebotinumShells loaded]], that is.






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17th Apr '17 7:00:44 PM intastiel
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** Earlier editions have wands as {{Limited Use Magical Devices}} that store multiple castings of a single spell, which can be activated with a special command word or by applying other magical training.

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** Earlier editions have wands as {{Limited Use Magical Devices}} Device}}s that store multiple castings of a single spell, which can be activated with a special command word or by applying other magical training.
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** The earlier versions of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' had stick-type wands, each of which stored multiple castings of a single wizardly spell, and which could be activated by characters of any class as long as they discovered the word used to activate it. This type of wand shows up in most {{Roguelike}} games.
** The fourth edition features the concept of 'implements', class-specific magic items that can boost the user's accuracy and damage with magical attacks. (They may have other powers as well, but this is their main function.) Examples are holy symbols for clerics and paladins; orbs, staffs and wands for wizards; and rods, wands, and pact blades for warlocks. In a similar vein to pact blades, Paladins can use Holy Avenger weapons as holy symbols, and Wizards of the Spiral Tower can treat longswords as either a staff, wand, or orb.
** In addition, wands can store wizard and other wand-using class encounter powers (which can be used as a daily).

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** The earlier versions of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' had stick-type wands, each of which stored Earlier editions have wands as {{Limited Use Magical Devices}} that store multiple castings of a single wizardly spell, and which could can be activated by characters of any class as long as they discovered the with a special command word used to activate it. This type of wand shows up in most {{Roguelike}} games.
or by applying other magical training.
** The fourth edition 4[[superscript:th]] Edition features the concept of 'implements', "implements", class-specific magic items that can boost the user's accuracy and damage with magical attacks. (They may have other powers as well, but this is their main function.) attacks and that can grant additional class-specific encounter powers. Examples are holy symbols for clerics and paladins; orbs, staffs and wands for wizards; and rods, wands, and pact blades for warlocks. In a similar vein to pact blades, Paladins can use Holy Avenger weapons as holy symbols, and Wizards of the Spiral Tower can treat longswords as either a staff, wand, or orb.
** In addition, wands can store wizard and other wand-using class encounter powers (which can be used as a daily).
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** 5[[superscript:th]] Edition has two varieties of wand. One is a focus item for arcane spellcasting which substitutes for some spells' usual EyeOfNewt. The other provides passive bonuses or has a small, recharging pool of magical powers that can be tapped by a wielder who attunes themself to the wand.


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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Haley [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0970.html buys]] a small arsenal of wands for a personal cache of ready-to-fire magic.
1st Apr '17 11:16:54 AM Theriocephalus
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** The Animagus transformation also does not require a wand - Sirius was able to do it to lessen the effect of the Dementors in [=PoA=]. This makes sense, because otherwise an Animagus without opposable digits wouldn't be able to hold their wand to change back to human form. However, becoming an Animagus in the first place probably requires a wand.

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** The Animagus transformation also does not require a wand - -- Sirius was able to do it to lessen the effect of the Dementors in [=PoA=]. This makes sense, because otherwise an Animagus without opposable digits wouldn't be able to hold their wand to change back to human form. However, becoming an Animagus in the first place probably requires a wand.



** The [[AllThereInTheManual companion site]], Pottermore, contains a lot of [[WordOfGod supplementary information]] on wandlore. There are three elements that determine the nature of a wand: its length, wood (elm, rose, etc), and core (unicorn hair, phoenix tail feather, etc). The combination influences the wand's strength with different kinds of magic and its compatibility with personality traits. The site also shows that wandwork is required for potionmaking, though this might be GameplayAndStorySegregation for the potion minigame.

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** The [[AllThereInTheManual companion site]], Pottermore, contains a lot of [[WordOfGod supplementary information]] on wandlore. There are three elements that determine the nature of a wand: its length, wood (elm, rose, etc), and core (unicorn hair, phoenix tail feather, etc).etc), each affecting the wand in its own way (wands made of walnut wood seek out intelligent wielders, dragon heartening cores make powerful wands but are easy to turn to the Dark Arts, etcetera). The combination influences the wand's strength with different kinds of magic and its compatibility with personality traits. The site also shows that wandwork is required for potionmaking, though this might be GameplayAndStorySegregation for the potion minigame.



* ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** Gandalf's first and second walking [[MagicStaff staves]].
** Gandalf himself is shown using a wand several times in The Hobbit, using it mostly as a torch but also in more magical ways. He is shown as pulling the wand from his robes, so it isn't just another word for his staff. His name even translates to modern English as Wand-Elf

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* ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** Gandalf's first and second walking [[MagicStaff staves]].
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''Literature/TheHobbit'': Gandalf himself is shown using a wand several times in The Hobbit, the book, using it mostly as a torch but also in more magical ways. He is shown described as pulling the wand from his robes, so it isn't just another word for his staff. His name even translates to modern English as Wand-ElfWand-Elf.



* As of its fourth edition, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' features the concept of 'implements', class-specific magic items that can boost the user's accuracy and damage with magical attacks. (They may have other powers as well, but this is their main function.) Examples are holy symbols for clerics and paladins; orbs, staffs (sic), and wands for wizards; and rods, wands, and pact blades for warlocks.
** In addition, wands can store wizard and other wand-using class encounter powers (which can be used as a daily).

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* As of its fourth edition, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' features the concept of 'implements', class-specific magic items that can boost the user's accuracy and damage with magical attacks. (They may have other powers as well, but this is their main function.) Examples are holy symbols for clerics and paladins; orbs, staffs (sic), and wands for wizards; and rods, wands, and pact blades for warlocks.
** In addition, wands can store wizard and other wand-using class encounter powers (which can be used as a daily).
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** Since pact blades are being mentioned, it should be noted that Paladins can use Holy Avenger weapons as holy symbols, and Wizards of the Spiral Tower can treat longswords as either a staff, wand, or orb.
** The ForgottenRealms Player's Guide introduced the Swordmage class, which can use light or heavy blades as implements.

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** Since The fourth edition features the concept of 'implements', class-specific magic items that can boost the user's accuracy and damage with magical attacks. (They may have other powers as well, but this is their main function.) Examples are holy symbols for clerics and paladins; orbs, staffs and wands for wizards; and rods, wands, and pact blades are being mentioned, it should be noted that for warlocks. In a similar vein to pact blades, Paladins can use Holy Avenger weapons as holy symbols, and Wizards of the Spiral Tower can treat longswords as either a staff, wand, or orb.
** In addition, wands can store wizard and other wand-using class encounter powers (which can be used as a daily).
**
The ForgottenRealms ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' Player's Guide introduced the Swordmage class, which can use light or heavy blades as implements.
28th Mar '17 8:51:41 AM HydroGlobus
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** '''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV''' has a number of true wands (for Conjurors/White Mages) and scepters (for Thaumaturges/Black Mages) as well as two-handed MagicStaff options. The staffs have more raw casting power but a fairly unique feature is that the one handed wands can be equipped with light shields for extra defense, useful for lower-level {{Squishy Wizard}}s going solo.

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** '''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV''' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' has a number of true wands (for Conjurors/White Mages) and scepters (for Thaumaturges/Black Mages) as well as two-handed MagicStaff options. The staffs have more raw casting power but a fairly unique feature is that the one handed wands can be equipped with light shields for extra defense, useful for lower-level {{Squishy Wizard}}s going solo.
16th Mar '17 8:58:10 PM Kotomikun
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* ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' has more modernized wands, with a folding/extension ability and a [[ManaMeter magical battery indicator]].
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