The problem I am having is that my magic is simply too powerful for my world where a noob with a simple book can destroy the entire world, there are also many other problems that I won't speak of now because I am attempting to ask one distinct question. Now the two magic systems have a serious power-level problem, in fact all of them do, but these two are similar enough to be the same question.
So I guess I should state the universal laws of magic first. (Some of which are my hypothesis of more fundamental physics (and also some real ones))
Energy cannot be created or destroyed (2nd law of thermodynamics).
Mass is made if energy (e = mc^2).
Energy is split into two indivisible units, the basic and the infinite. (The first law of energy (hypothesis (but real in my world))).
The infinite indivisible can absorb energy but cannot release any (second law of energy(total fiction)).
All reactions tend to a single infinite indivisible particle (third law of energy (total fiction)).
Magic never breaks any of these rules. Why is this important? Well let me just list.
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