Could anyone offer some hypothetical ways in which gravity could be used to fuel magic by those that "know"?
I'm writing a story in which a few characters are in said know, and utilize gravity as fuel for their magical spells. Some spells are extreme speed and materialize a sword by forming a liquid formed metal into a solid (using gravity). I'm not great with math and specifics of how gravity works and am curious if there is any "reality" or at least plausible explanations for how something like this might work.
Several replies have helped, but I'll try to clarify what I'm thinking about. It may make even less sense but I'll give it a shot.
I have one character who has magical abilities. My thought is that he draws on gravitational force to fuel those powers via a resource (liquid that he has knowledge of, kind of like a potion). My question is really to see if pulling on say earths gravitational force would be too much/too little? He could obviously take more/less if he had control but I'm curious what kind of power that could potentially be as I don't understand the strength of gravitational force besides the obvious in real world application. My goal is to try and incorporate some sort of explanation for his ability to do the things he can do as magic is not a part of the world except in myth.