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The caster can disrupt probability fields so that very unlikely events can occur, somewhat like creating his own luck. For example, he could cause a table to collapse or a machine to tip over. He can not cause something to happen if that event is impossible; tables can not be created from nothing, and machines just can't cease to exist. When the caster uses his spell, the player describes exactly what effect is wanted, and the Judge decides whether or not that effect is within the spell's power and assigns an appropriate FEAT color. To use the spell the caster must make a successful spell rank FEAT roll. If the caster is trying to alter probabilities around magic materials or energies, such as magical artifacts or temples, apply a -2CS to the spell rank when making the FEAT roll.