I’m proficient at casting frost 3, did a little testing today and realized that if you just hold onto the ink output, that it’ll mean you’re unsuccessful with your spell and with frost 3 is how I tested. I would hold my wand completely still with the ink being output and after a few seconds I’d begin to cast my spell. This resulted in failures, every single time.
I am curious if this explains why my speed casting is more successful than when I attempt to show new players my technique. My spells are mostly based on muscle memory now and it’s more challenging to slow things down to teach others than it is to spam my spells.
Now I’m curious if speed is a real variable that needs to be taken into account on spell casting, otherwise if you’re too slow and too much ink is being output that it’ll result in a fizzle regardless.