Titancraft is the technology that uses magitechnical means to capture ambient magical energy for work. Titancraft is so-called after the ancient antediluvianTitans who are widely believed to have invented and employed it. The history of titancraft among humans is roughly limited to the past two centuries. Before this time, only arcane texts and ancient epics had reference to titancraft and it was considered simply an ancient form of magical spellcasting. Titancraft is a key feature of modern industry and commerce and essential for many modern devices. Dirigible shaped flying vessels have become symbolic of immense power of titancraft in today's world of Asdar.
schematic of the essential components of a titancraft engine
Titancraft differs from the magical practice of wizards in that it is purely rational and its functioning can be apprehended by an intelligent person with sufficient study and training. Additionally, a non-magical person (grunterer) can be trained to use it. New titancraft technologies are jealously guarded by the individuals and corpora mercia who discover them. Titancraft is rarely in the ownership of the poor or the disenfranchised. (Full Article...)
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