Spells requires a certain amount of orgone for use in order to have an effect. The more powerful a spell is, the more it requires of its user. Most witches have a orgone level of under 100, with the most advanced spells being high than that. This means that high class spells requires more orgone than one individual witch possess, and must siphon power from other sources. Drow males possess hundreds of times more orgone than females, but are incapable of using magic due to reasons. Special runes can be used by witches to draw power from male counterparts, adding their orgone to their own to meet the requirements of a spell.
For siphoning to work, it requires willing participants,. Who are trained at opening up their energy pathways and allow the witch to draw power from them. However, there exists a specially crafted dark rune that, when infused to a victim, turns the body into a prison by encapacitating them. This rune allows the witch to siphon orgone by force, violating the rule. This method rips and tears at the victim's soul, drawing out energy while inflicting extreme agony for extended periods of time. It also bypasses safety procedures normally built into other runes, allowing the witch to completely drain the victim dry, killing them.
What is strange is how this rune draws orgone out of the victim. The potency of the power increase inversely with how much is left. The last few "drops" before death can produce a much higher quality of power, allowing for the most powerful of spells. This creates a system that can be continuously reapplied, torturing the individual to the point of death to provide the best quality of orgone, and allowing them to heal in order for the process to start again.
How can this be the case?