Sorry if this double-posts– my phone app hates me.
Anyway, a quick question about spellcasting and rotes/cantrips. Do you really need to roll a Cast a Spell move to cast a rote? It seems harsh to get the same complication for “light” as for “contagion” (for example).
I may be thinking about this the wrong way, in that a simple light spell, cast in the wrong time/way, can complicate things just as much as infecting someone with leprosy. I guess, for me, it’s that the complications for casting a rote are both likely and frustrating– a -1 (making it harder to cast another spell), or losing the spell (or the DM complication, which can be excellent in the hands of a creative DM, or not-so-excellent if your DM runs out of ideas).
So: Do rotes and cantrips require you to roll the Cast a Spell move?