So magic has started coming back to the world. Well actually it had been trickling all along to the point it pretty much didn’t need hiding but the flow is steadily picking back up.
Well actually using the singular with magic isn’t really accurate since there are 3 different energies. Well there might be more but no one is knowingly practicing their use.
With the flows increasing some organizations have cropped up around them not that anyone is taking them seriously… yet.
The new age druids have taken to active use of the energy that seems most in line with nature but even that one can do things that might be unnatural… or we need to reconsider nature entirely.
The infernals. Their motives are… a bit hard to read other than they are something of a hedonistic lot (Don’t expect me to write for their characters). The energy they use could be catastrophic when used in large amounts but thankfully they just take a lot of little sips.
The third energy is the one known for necromancy and golems. If there’s any gathered organization around this they haven’t given a name.
Monsters come into the world from buildup of the energies. They haven’t been that big a deal for a couple millennia so what’s the difference with the flows going up a little huh?
There’s also creatures that come from trying to sponge magic into living things of this world. Some have mistaken this for how to make familiars. It’s… not entirely wrong.
Around the same time magic started picking up there was some announcement from some company about revolutionizing how we use our machines or something. Probably hot air.
This seems kind of pathetic actually but maybe usable?
Edit: Honestly I’m borrowing a bit from something I worked on around high school. I was trying to write a series that takes place across 4 eras of this fictional world I made. Writing it macroscopically was easy but trying to write closer to character perspective I just wound up with a lot of talking heads and barely there action sequences.
At least the conversations were praised.
The other two types were blood and formula instead of demonic and necromantic though. Also they didn’t have monsters until the 3rd era (the main characters for that one were in a military of sorts).
How monsters show up was actually from this witch idea I had where if they go too long without using (or storing outside of themselves) their magic they end up auto summoning things that probably aren’t going to help.