The Disguise Spell

The Disguise Spell, also known as the Transformation Spell.

You're a diamond, mate.
~ Drake Stone disguised as Dave Stutler via the Disguise Spell.

This magical ability known as the Disguise Spell or Transformation Spell, allows any sorcerer to disguise themselves or other people nearby into someone else.


The Disguise-Transformation Spell

The Transformation Spell, better known as the Disguise Spell.

Sorcerers who used this spell enable themselves to take on the appearance of anyone they wanted. They were also able to use this spell on someone else, as seen when Horvath touched a woman and she was transformed into Veronica Gorloisen to distract Balthazar Blake.
Disguise Spell

The Disguise Spell, also known as the Transformation Spell.

The only drawback of this spell was that whenever the caster was attacked while in disguise, they will be forced reverting back into their true form, started where their real face emerged from their left side of their head. Sorcerers whom use this spell sometimes retain their real, physical attributes, though this was hinted that the performed spell was imperfect, as seen when Drake's disguise as Dave failed when Horvath noticed his painted nails. Lastly, this spell's effect will wear off at a faster rate if used on someone else instead of oneself.

Most sorcerers, especially the wicked Morganians, use this spell to hide their identity or for deceiving their enemies and victims alike.


Maxim Horvath uses this to disguise himself as a Chinese lady in New York's China Town, and Drake Stone uses this to disguise himself as Dave Stutler to trick Balthazar and capture the Grimhold.

The Transformation Spell

During his escape, Horvath used the Transformation Spell (Disguise Spell) on a ordinary woman by making her look like his former lover Veronica to distract Balthazar.

Horvath uses the Disguise Spell one last time by touching a bystander walking by to make her like his love interest Veronica to fool Balthazar in order to escape.