This web based Mana Timer will give an audible alarm when it is time to cast again. Just enter your magic information in the form below and click "Set Timer" ...
This is a text field where you should enter your character name. Character names may include alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z, 0-9), underscores (_), and periods (.). They may not contain spaces or other special characters.
This button saves your character and also sets it as the default character to load whenever you visit this page. If you cast on your wizard most often, you could set your wizard as the default and his or her information will automatically be loaded for you. For your convenience, you can also save other characters and load their information. Setting a default character just saves time for whichever character you use most.
This drop down list will show you a list of character names that you have saved. If you have not saved any, then nothing will be displayed. However, if you do have characters saved you can select the character name and click the "Load Character" button (explained below).
This button allows you to load a non-default character. You can select a character that you have previously saved and click this button. That will cause the information to be loaded from the browser cookies and displayed. In this manner, if you have multiple characters that you cast on, you can conveniently switch between them without having to enter their information each and every time. When you load a character, the name will show up in the Character Name box in case you want to save it with updated information.
This is asking for how much mana you currently have. Although you should really get to your maximum mana for your level, it is not necessary. Simply enter the mana you actually have so that the calculations can be as accurate as possible. Note: If you do not use all of your mana when you cast, but only a certain portion of it, please enter the amount you actually use as your available mana. This will improve the accuracy of the calculations. If you still wait for your mana to fully regen, however, it could throw the calculations off.
This is asking for how much mana you regen each time your mana goes up. It could be 1, 2, or 3 depending on your gear setup. For example, if you are naked it will be 1 mana each time. If you have an OL staff and no robe, or a robe and no OL staff, it will be 2 mana. If you have both a robe and an OL staff, it will be 3 mana. When casting, you should use the most efficient setup you can (2 mana for thieves, 3 for thaums and wizards).