|Antidote||Both (PsM/12 PC/6)||3||Removes the effects of poison from the selected ally.|
|Defeat||PC/23||4||Attempts to kill a group of enemies.|
|Defence||PsM/10||2||Lowers the defence of enemies.|
|Explodet||PsM/19||8||Affects all enemies for about 50 damage.|
|Firebal||PC/3||2||Affects a single target for approximately 18 damage.|
|Firebane||PC/18||4||Affects all enemies for about 40 damage.|
|Heal||PC/1||3||Restores approximately 20 health points to a single ally.|
|Healmore||Both (PsM/1 PC/14)||5||Restores around 45 health points to a single ally.|
|Healall||PsM/15||8||Completely restores the health of one ally.|
|Increase||PC/20||2||Heightens the defence of all allies.|
|Infernos||PsM/4||4||Damages a group of enemies for about 20 health points.|
|Open||PsM/23||2||Opens doors without the need of the Silver, Gold, or Jailor keys.|
|Outside||Both (PsM/17 PC/12)||6||Transports you outside of a tower or cave.|
|Repel||PsM/8||2||Weaker enemies are warded off.|
|Return||PC/10||6||Transports you to the last place you saved at.|
|Revive||PC/25||15||Brings one ally back from the dead.|
|Sacrifice||PC/28||1||Kills all enemies at the cost of the caster's life.|
|Sleep||PsM/2||2||Attempt putting a group of enemies to sleep.|
|Stepguard||Both (PsM/21 PC/17)||4||Keeps floors from damaging you for a while.|
|Stopspell||PC/8||3||Attempts to prevent enemies from casting spells.|
|Surround||PsM/6||2||Lowers enemies' attack success.|
^Please note that this list accounts only for the NES version. The GBC version is not covered.
^^PsM stands for Princess of Moonebrooke, and and PC stands for Prince of Cannock.
Interesting notes on Spells:
- Chance uses less MP at sea than on land. If used on Malroth, he remains unaffected, and his health is fully replenished.
- Be extremely cautious when using Sacrifice, as it is only learned by the Prince of Cannock, and he is also the only character that learns Revive. It does not work on Malroth.
- Although it usually lasts long enough, do not put too much faith into Stepguard, for it does eventually run out.
- Even though Stopspell misses frequently, it will almost always work on any enemy.