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Old 23-08-2020, 01:15 PM
brianahelen brianahelen is offline
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Cat Tampered with Spell

Hello,

I was performing a spell that required water to be left out overnight under a crescent moon. Part of the spell was to be done the evening before and the remainder the next morning. It's a spell I've worked with before so I felt comfortable with it. However, sometime in the middle of the night, my darling cat knocked over the glass spilling most of the remainder of its contents.

I know that makes the spell void and I need to start completely over again. But are there any steps I need to take to ensure the failed spell doesn't negatively impact the re-do tonight? Also are there any negative implications to the spell being messed?

Thank you!
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Old 23-08-2020, 04:11 PM
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Hello,

I was performing a spell that required water to be left out overnight under a crescent moon. Part of the spell was to be done the evening before and the remainder the next morning. It's a spell I've worked with before so I felt comfortable with it. However, sometime in the middle of the night, my darling cat knocked over the glass spilling most of the remainder of its contents.

I know that makes the spell void and I need to start completely over again. But are there any steps I need to take to ensure the failed spell doesn't negatively impact the re-do tonight? Also are there any negative implications to the spell being messed?

Thank you!

The spell was not completed so you are 'safe'.
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Old 22-10-2020, 06:17 AM
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Cats seem to be good at interrupting spells. I was in the middle of one when kitty wandered in and pestered me. The spell had no effect so I redid it. I believe failed spells just fizzle out so you're good to recast the spell.
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