Reproducing creator spells through multidimensional Kevinscoping

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Reproducing creator spells through multidimensional Kevinscoping.

Selena Hearthkeep, Graceful Clan, Spring 477


Many beings have in past attempted unsuccessfully to transcribe and reproduce creator spells through various styles and notations. For example, a paper by Ian Wirefur of Cliffside (353) attempted to replicate a piece of creator magic through standard mathematic notation unsuccessfully and cited a lack of comprehension on the subject for failure.

Further, several attempts were made by a group of Shralestan academicians in 400 through 403 on this subject, producing several kevinscopes from single creator spells with no success in producing a consensus on why or how the full spell could be rendered with conventional techniques.

In order to develop the field further I have developed a method of modelling kevinscopes in multiple dimensions in order to accurately represent the full scope of creator spells in order to allow for reproduction of creator spells.

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As the previous papers on this subject have lamented the scarcity of Creator spells, I consider myself extremely fortunate to have come into possession of one to produce my proof of concept from.

When examining a creator spell, it is important to analyze the spell using several parameters inherent in common magic: First, it must be derived to simplify the formulae and allow for the full structure to resolve.

After derivation, one must solve and transcribe the spell for the value of absolute zero. This produces a derived function representing the origin of the spell, from which values for the progression of that spell may be obtained.

Solving for these functions produces a secondary 'layer' that may then be derived in the same manner to produce a value representing the progression from that layer – this must be repeated until no further functions are obtained – this number can be as few as five to as great as several hundred depending on the scope of the spell being studied.

These representative kevinscopes are still discrete data and cannot be considered a representative of the full spell. However, key points from each kevinscope can be used to trace the continuity functions of the creator spell, forming the three-dimensional structure.

For example: in a five-layer spell, assign five equidistant points to a square plane. Mirror these on each axes and plot all points from the kevinscopes on the plane from here, the original derivatives can be used to interpolate the the continuity functions.

Finally, the third set of kevinscopes can be derived from key points of the prior two sets of kevinscopes through the same method. The resultant triplicate kevinscopes should then be formed out of stone. Each position in this three dimensional Kevinscope can be further resolved through the same methods as a standard kevinscope with the addition of deriving partial-step kevinscopes for each set. This method is good for developing the rudimentary structure of the kevinscope being derived, however its resolution is dependant on the amount of time one is willing to spend on refining the derivations.

However, just like spirals, circles, triangles and other geometries can be found in the lines on a piece of paper through regressions, one can use similar techniques to resolve spheres, cylinders and other shapes in three dimensions. Determining where those shapes lay lies in the triplicate kevinscopes in much the same way as a regular kevinscope. This also applies to empty space.

It is worthwhile to note that since this is a relatively new technique the mechanical underpinnings of it are not as well developed as those of its two-dimensional counterpart. Developing a full three-dimensional kevinscope from the ground up will require greater understanding of the relationships of the spatial transformations of Kevinscopes.


Given that the kevinscopes must be plotted in three dimensions despite their outward appearance, it would imply that creator spells themselves contain further expressions than they show outwardly. That is, I suspect complex creator runes are carved in multiple layers akin to the kevinscopes produced by the derivations in the method.

However, given the strength of creator steel and the scarcity of duplicate dedication points much less those beings would be willing to have sacrificed, proving this point may be more difficult than proving the reproducibility of creator spells.

It is also worthwhile to note that of the spells transcribed, most will have to be cast through utilisation of lunar dust as opposed to manual effort due to the layers of complexity extending beyond our current understanding. This will be my next subject of research.