Chopsticks use the activation method of the spellcheckerSo, casting a spell with a wand is usually a standard action that does not cause any opportunity attacks.
(However, if the casting time of the spell used is greater than that of a standard action, it takes a long time to launch it with the help of a wand.)
To activate a magic wand, a character must hold it in the hand (or anything that passes for a hand, for non-human creatures) and direct it in the general direction of the target or area.
A baguette can be used when you are grappling or being swallowed whole.
Activating the trigger is similar to completing the spell, but it's even simpler.
No gesture or end of spell is needed, just a special knowledge in casting spells that a proper character would know,
and a single word that must be pronounced. Anyone with a spell on their spells list knows how to use a spell trigger that stores this spell.
(This is the case even for a character who can not actually cast spells, such as a third-level paladin.)
The user must always determine which spell is stored in the item before it can be activated.
Activating a spell trigger is a standard action and does not cause any attacks of opportunity.
Spell Trigger (Compendium of Rules)
To use a spell-trigger object, the user must first know what spell they're saving (unless they activate the item blindly using Use Magic Device). The activation of the element requires that the user has the spell stored in the object on his spell list and pronounces a word. Even a character who can not cast the spell stored in the object can use it from a trigger, as long as that spell is on his spell list. This is the case even for a member of a class who may grant spells but who can not yet cast, such as a third-level paladin. A domain spell is on a user's spell list only if that user has access to that domain. The activation of a spell trigger takes the same time as the casting time of the spell stored by the item., but activating the article does not cause an opportunity attack. You can not activate a spell trigger in the area of a silence spell or if it is unable to speak. Sticks and Sticks: To activate a stick or wand, the user must hold the object toward the target or area in a hand or similar appendage. A wand can be used while the user is struggling, but not the staff.