Daishain's D&D 5e Side Stories - Page 37 The Flame Wielder says...
Velon bursts out laughing, probably a bit too loud for searching a dungeon full of devils and cultists, but he can't help it. He slaps Perry on the back a bit harder than Perry might like, but then puts his arm around the tiefling. "Ah, Master Perry, you got me on that last part! I am no bard. I got you too though, as am also no wizard, and I do not know a single incantation! I know many here will find shocking. Perhaps you shouldn't tell them! Ha! You see, I am not a learned man, although a good friend and priest did finally teach me to read at this old age of mine and I find that words and language do interest me some. Perhaps you could teach me a little more, eh?" The paladin starts to realize he's having too much fun and is prattling on too much.
"Anyhow, the spell, yes, yes. So, um, yeah, what I do see, is I can feel their magic in my blood, and I can call upon it and can manipulate it. Perhaps you can see the energy swirl around me from time to time when I am doing so. I just kind of, ah, will it to happen, I guess? Anyhow, there's one key. When I first began using such spells, a little voice in the back of my head told me what to do. I think it is the influence of the great dragon Glorfindel, or perhaps Bahamut himself. The voice told me the word I must speak to use the powers. For this spell, I simply mutter the draconic word 'nar' and attack. I don't even have to say it loudly. You'd think it would mean thunder or something of the sort, but it really just means 'strike'. Perhaps you could say strike, or a different word, I'm not too sure. I'm not even sure where your, ah, magic, actually comes from, Perry…? "
Out of Character: . Old age = Velon is in his 20's, but still learned to read later than many. I tried to look up a draconic word for 'thunder' or something via online skyrim translators and such but didn't find anything, so 'nar' as a translation for 'strike' that I found will have to do.
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