Here are a number of spells that wizards have learned to make use of over the centuries:
Repond: A good spell to use against Orcs, Trolls and Goblins. It’s best to use this spell (the word “Repond”) when the wizard is able to lift a stout staff made from a young sapling against the creatures who are threatening the wizard and his companions. The spell works to drain away some of the evil magic that runs through those creatures and makes them weak.
Mittar: This is actually a two-line spell that goes “Manji Mula Nespon Levi, Mittar Nopsen Alum Cavi.” Before pronouncing these lines, the wizard has to take a small piece of wood or a stone and put it in the palm of his hand and then make a fist. Next, the wizard hast to strike his chest while chanting the spell. After that, the wizard only has to throw the wood or stone towards his enemy and it will be a powerful weapon.
Magic then occurs, and a shimmering ball of light will come out of the wizard’s hand and strike his enemy. The light will enter the enemy’s body and then disrupt his life force. How serious the blow will be all depends on the skill and concentration the wizard possesses, usually. It could be very light, like what a small child could deliver. Or, it could be as serious a blow as a great knight could deliver.
Remember; wizard spells take training, guts and determination. A wizard seriously trains to be able to deliver these spells effectively, too. When he doesn’t, he may sometimes pay some sort of price for either doing a spell badly or using it when it shouldn’t have been used, so keep that in mind.