- What is Tsuki no Sango?
- How does magecraft work in Fate?
- Is Magecraft and Magic the same?
- Does Isochron Scepter trigger Magecraft twice?
- How does copying spells work MTG?
- When you cast an instant or sorcery spell?
- Is Neco Arc a boy?
- Does Magecraft trigger on cast and copy?
- Does Storm Trigger Magecraft?
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Tsuki no Sango (lit. "Moon's Coral") is a short story written by Type-Moon, set in the Nasuverse. In the year 3000, humanity has advanced, but is losing the will to live. Meanwhile, in an island colony on the moon resides a girl who tells the story of how her ancestor supposedly came to Earth.
'Magecraft' (魔術, Majutsu?), or Thaumaturgy is the artificial reenactment of a mystery, a miracle. Following the entry for Magic, Magecraft is the ability to reproduce what can be scientifically realized regardless of time and funds.
Magecraft can be classified as human wisdom and the world, while Magic is the solitude outside of that, included in neither. Magecraft focuses on the studying of history, the works of man and the circle of life of the planet, but Magic is considered the providence of a god beyond the skies.
Take something like Isochron Scepter, for instance. It says "cast" and "copy" on it, so does it trigger magecraft abilities twice? Nope! The Scepter instructs us to copy the exiled card, and then cast the copy.May 19, 2022
A copy of a spell is owned by the player under whose control it was put on the stack. A copy of a spell or ability is controlled by the player under whose control it was put on the stack. A copy of a spell is itself a spell, even though it has no spell card associated with it. A copy of an ability is itself an ability.Sep 8, 2022
Whenever you cast an instant or sorcery spell, if it targets one or more other permanents you control, create a token that's a copy of one of those permanents. When a spell or ability an opponent controls causes you to discard this card, create a token that's a copy of target permanent.
Neco-Arc (ネコアルク, Neko-Aruku?) is a Neco Spirit appearing in the Tsukihime series. She is a pint-size cat girl parody of Arcueid Brunestud, acting as the mascot character of Type-Moon at times.
Magecraft is an ability that triggers any time you cast or copy an instant or sorcery spell, giving you some sort of benefit for doing so.Jun 18, 2021
Yes. The N Spell-Copies created by the Storm trigger will trigger Magecraft, because you are copying the Spell, N times.Apr 1, 2021
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What is Magecraft?
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What is the meaning of Magecraft in Harry Potter?
- in: Magecraft. Magecraft (魔術, Majutsu), or Thaumaturgy, is the artificial reenactment of Mystery, which is ordinarily possible only by inhuman beings. It is the ability to bring about what is possible through science with supernatural means; although the process is considered a miracle, the result is not.
Does magecraft still exist in Fate/Extra?
- Although magecraft has died out as of the 2030s in the Fate/EXTRA world, wizards are able to utilize Code Casts both in the virtual world and real world. They also possess Magic Crests. 
What is the difference between magecraft and science?
- They also possess Magic Crests.  Magecraft is that "which governs the skills of past humans that science cannot explain" and science is that "which gathers the technology of future humanity that sorcery cannot reach." The two disciplines are absolutely incompatible with each other, but they are similar in a single respect.
What are the limits of modern magecraft?
- The limits of Magecraft have changed with time, as science evolved and Magic from the past became possible through science. There exists no impossibility for modern Magecraft within the rules of the world and limits of human intellect; there are limitations, however, where it only appears that something is possible.