Pick your sides! There are strong arguments for both, and you can help me decide which.
"Oralie snapped her fingers and a small glass sphere appeared in her palm. Sophie hadn't realized Oralie was a Conjurer. "Your cache?" Alden said, taking a step back."
Honestly, she could be pulling it out of the void with a codeword (maybe a nonverbal one), but then why would she snap her fingers, and why would Shannon Messenger specifically say that she IS a Conjurer?
Cora the Guster wrote: But in Legacy she does it again
And SM says specifically that she is a conjurer
Where in Legacy? I've just finished reading it and double checked the scene I think you were talking about to make sure if it mentioned if she was a Conjurer. Actually, there are two scenes I'm thinking of and I don't know why one you're refering to. But in one of them, it clearly states she uses telekinesis and Sophie feels guilty because she forgets she can use her skills sometimes. Let me just check the other scene you might be refering to. And nope, even in the second scene I'm thinking of, with the cache, it says absolutely NOWHERE that she is a Conjurer. I have checked the scene multiple times. It says she clicks her fingers, yes, but that is how people get things from the void. To further prove my point, I have checked Neverseen too, where she first presents Kenric's cache. Sophie says she hadn't realised Oralie was a Conjurer but this was later disproven when it says that ANYONE can pull a cache out of the void. Plus, it is very rare to have more than one ability, unless you're a Polyglot.
The verbal cue, as I recall, was a safeguard command so that if Sophie lost concentration she could just say that and the cache would appear; however, she could also pull the cache out by snapping if she wanted to. I’ll have to double-check the book to make sure though