Inscription runes could be physically inscribed onto the surface of an object using a tool, such as a knife or other sharp object. The inscriptions could also be emplaced magically over a broader area; when the latter method was used, the runes could also be hidden from sight at will to maintain secrecy, making them excellent for ambushing opponents. The inscriptions were therefore permanent and could have lasting effects on the object in question, even if the tool was originally non-magical.
Because the runes do not require the use of magic power, a mage could enchant the weapons of an entire army even at their weakest. Likewise, their simple creation process allowed them to be added fairly quickly when needed. The inscriptions could be activated innately or mentally invoked, even if the user didn't have any magical training.
There were various types of inscription runes. Among them included acceleration runes to increase the velocity of a person or object, general enhancement runes to increase the sharpness or power of weaponry, or sealing runes that could cut off the magic power of certain spells. There were also tracking runes that drew a red line towards a specific target in mind when activated.
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