Sorcery in RaDos mostly uses special dice-like stones called Di-Gata stones as a casting medium, and draw upon the land (or water if the caster uses Aqua Stones) and a portion of the person's inner power. The innate powers found within the Wizards of Yan do not abide to using physical Di-Gata stones, as they can create them via summoning. However, they use their own power to do so.

When the stones are summoned, they can form henges to manifest themselves as attacks. To create henges, Warrior Stones and Booster Stones are needed, and the Booster Stones must be the all identical, or a miscast will occur (unintended spell effect). But there is no such thing as a powerful spell, as each spell the caster knows appears to be used based on the situation the battle or task has gotten to, even if the caster was to put in a Warrior and 3 Boosters.

The exception to the rules are Guardians. They live inside their own stones or items and require no power cost from the land nor the caster, with an exception to Booster Stones to increase their effectiveness. However, they have a certain amount of longevity before reverting back to their stone form. Guardians themselves use their own bodies to attack.

If a stone caster has no energy, then the stones cannot work. Warriors and Boosters cannot work on large bodies of water, as there is no land to draw from. Stones will also not work if some source messes with the land's general energies (certain locations, an Negastorm is an example).

Offensive CastsEdit

Defensive CastsEdit

Shield stones are very good in combat against the Orders of Infinis. At some points in combating with the Ethos the shields are no use to the strong sigil energy of the Ethos' powers. Wizards of Yan do not always have to use shield stones. Sometimes he or she will be able to say a spell such as "Sum, Yan, Altas" then their shields are more stronger and enhanced because of their powers. Regular RaDosians cannot summon stones from their bare hands. 

Vanguard AegisEdit

Summons a shield that can withstand attacks. Requires any amount of shield stones, but attacks get weaker depending on cost. Can also stack or multiple users can form in a way to offer protection on all fronts.

Fortified FrontEdit

Summons a shield dome or group of shields that surround the caster, covers attacks from all angles, but not as effective in some cases.

Barricade ArrayEdit

Summons mini-shields of the sigil used. These shields can block small attacks, pick up smaller objects, deflect some spells or attack an enemy. These shields are controlled by the caster.


Much like Vanguard Aegis, but more fortified and joins with other Defenders.

Suffocating SphereEdit

The only shield that attacks. It uses Barricade Array functionality, except can enclose an enemy and possibly disintegrate it, more potent against energy forms. Requires at least two Defenders to use.

Fortified FortressEdit

Much like Fortified Front. It has two stones which will be able to last for some time, depending on how many shield stones you use.