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12-28-1998, 02:24 PM #1OlesensGuest
> Hjelme wrote:
> > Religious cults bring a few question to my mind.
> > #1: If I should make the cult a religious one how would spell casting
> > work. The religions in the book doesn't seem to fit my purpose at this
> > moment, and I wondered if there where any other deities or powers that
> > had the ability to grand spells?
01-01-1999, 07:30 PM #2TriztGuest
> #1: If I should make the cult a religious one how would spell casting work.
> The religions in the book doesn't seem to fit my purpose at this moment,
> and I wondered if there where any other deities or powers that had the
> ability to grand spells?
Here is six suggestion from where the spells may come from, a
combination of some of them aren't impossible.
1. I would opt that cults/religiouns grown arounda powerful blooded
person would have spell casting priests, but it's upto you to decide
whats "powerful", a suggestion would be 100bp.
2. Another spell source could be an Avatar of a none Cerilian god.
3. A Cerilian god grants spells while the priesthood thinks they get the
spells from their "god".
4. A minor god from another part of the world has agents in Cerilia to
whom he grants spells.
5. A Mage (either a unknown Cerilian or one from another world) has
designed special "holy symbols" which allows the Mage to read the mind
of the user and "grant" spells (the mage has to memorisize this one
first and then looses that spell slot untill the "priest" has cast it)
to the wearers of thise holy symbols. This only works well for small and
week (when it comes to spells) cult.
6. All the priests are really mages/magicians/bards which pretends to be
> #2: Are there generic good/evil clerics in birthright?
No, there are only specialty priests in Cerilia (applays only for native
preists, not plane wanderers).
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