This is only the concept, I do not have the time to write the story itself. I wrote this in class last Friday, so it's not polished up to perfection: The concept of the story is that the magic uses holes and tunnels in cheese. A hole/tunnel is used to perform a spell of a complexity and strength relative to the intricacy and depth/length of the hole or tunnel. To perform an easy spell, the user just sticks a finger into a shallow hole. To perform the hardest spells, the user must thread a string through a long and winding tunnel in the cheese. By connecting holes and tunnels, the user can perform a higher-level spell, although a naturally intricate tunnel will always be better. The different types of cheese are used in order to get different kinds and depths of hole/tunnels, whilst the size and shape of a piece after having been cut determines how deep/long and intricate the holes and tunnels are, as well as how many there are. A magician would therefore want to get a wide range of cheeses and cuts that fit into the scale of his natural power. Cheese makers should therefore be able to make a wide range of cheeses of different types and make good cuts in order to make good use of the holes and tunnels they have grown in their cheese.