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Definition of "counterspell" []

  • A magic spell that reverses the effects of some other previous spell. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "counterspell" in a sentence
  • "The large amount of casters in the first part of the dungeon required him to cast counterspell, which is usually enough to make any mage pretty miffed, and as we made our way deeper into the instance, the ghouls that excrete deadly gasses when they are vanquished really became a threat to Smokey's rather modest health bar."
  • "He had heard the woman's voice chanting, had prepared to resist, to speak a counterspell, and a thin, high voice had cried "Be gone," and white lightning seemed to burst from the ground or from Elizabeth herself, and fling him away."
  • ""You break a counterspell and they'll know one of us is a mage!""