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"Using the power of Mathemagic, you can multiply power, subtract hope, and cube-root the dreams of man himself. This is a strange, abstract school of magic that has a way of driving its users insane."
 Granted Abilities
|Froda's Jump Discontinuity|| 4 - ( 0.15 ) |
|Random teleport to any square currently on-screen. Will not teleport the character into walls, lava or water. May teleport to the other side of walls.|
|Beklam's Diminishing Calculus|| 9 - ( 0.15 ) |
|Damages a single monster once for ( 0.32 ), ( 0.1 ) debuffs it by -3 -1 -2 for 10 turns. Can be stacked up to 10 times.|
|Curse of the Golden Ratio|| 24 - ( 0.15 ) |
|Causes Midas that damages a single monster for ( 4 + 0.15 ) every turn for 6 turns.|
|Zenzizenzizenzic||40 - ( 0.7 )||Buffs the character +1 +3 +1 for 42 turns. Can be stacked up to 3 times, requires 1 upkeep every 5 turns.|
|Xeuclid's Translation|| 20 - ( 0.35 )|
|Teleports the character exactly to the targeted square, as long as it is unoccupied and in sight.|
|The Recursive Curse|| 40 - ( 0.55 ) |
|Damages a single monster once for ( 3 + 0.27 ), ( 5 + 0.3 ) and debuffs it by -1 -1 -1 for 10 turns. Additionally damages for ( 4 + 0.4 ) every turn for 10 turns and applies an additional stacking -1 -1 -1 -1 debuff every turn for 6 turns.|
- The skilltree itself is a reference to Jack Vance's Dying Earth novels where the sole remaining archmage discovered this field of magic.
- The description of the spell Xeuclid's Translation may be a reference to the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Realm of Fear". In this episode, Lt. Reginald Barclay is attacked by worm-like creatures while using the transporter.