This spell is based on the theory that mathematical equations can be used to describe and make up all creatures.
The effects of this spell can drastically change any one creatures make up.
In game terms this spell forces the affected creature to re-roll its hit points according to its HD. For example: an ettin has 10 HD if the original hit points of this creature is 73, and this creature is then affected by this spell the DM must re-roll for the hit points. This could benefit or harm the recipient of this spell.
Generally this spell is used only on one creature. If however, the spell caster wishes to affect more than one creature there is a 25% cumulative chance per added creature of a wild surge occuring. Thus, only four creatures can be affected with any chance of success, because if five creatures are attempted there is a 100% chance of a wild surge, thus a wild surge will occur all the time.