Though magic has yet to be named, Tai considers his to be best described as the Equilibrium of Duality. He can wield both the Light and the Darkness in order to manifest temporary creative and destructive potentials. However, the limitations on this power are directly associated with the prominence of the current state of the moon upon the area that the magic is utilized in regardless of all obstruction except for obscuring cloud cover. Partial Moon transitions are innately balanced in potential. Full Moon and New Moon have the dominant aspects of Light and Dark respectively.
Just as there are dual magical expressions, there are also dual draw backs outside of the limitations themselves. To draw upon the weaker influence, Tai must take on a reflection this choice as a toll on his mind, body, and spirit, diminishing them all in order to conjure power from the lesser aspect. Even when drawing upon the dominant aspect, however, the amount of magic manifested draws from his tangible essence and he becomes less able to interact with the world, even if it can still interact with him. In a way, he becomes, "ungrounded" as he draws power from the celestial satellite.