Whatever you summon is made out of what you drew it upon, so it'd be a bad idea to draw a boat on a rock for example, same as if you drew a sword on a tree, it'd be stronger than the wood itself because it has been infused with magic, but it'd still burn if set on fire. If you were to make creatures they'd be the same as any other item you summoned, but when compared to the real version of it are nowhere near as powerful, so drawing a horse on stone would give you a stone horse that isn't as fast or as strong as a normal horse, although a stone horse might have other bonuses, like being resistant to swords and arrows etc. Just don't make it too overpowered when you do things, so no "I draw an awesome X that does Y and is better than everyone else's X's put together". Other than that, the form is fine.
"Shadeslayer13" wrote:Name: Penelope Age: 16 Description: A young girl of about average height, with blonde hair and spectacles. Lineage/Nobility: The daughter of a minor noble family Country: Indo Background: Not much to it. She was raised as a wizard, and lived a fairly sheltered life. Personality: Slightly introverted, focusing more on reflections and ideas than discussion and debate. Mage-Type: Art based magic. Specifically, summoning stuff by drawing it. Let me know what limits you want. DREAMS!: To become a successful art wizard.
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