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A good resource for building magi at various power levels is the Magi of Hermes book from Atlas Games. It presents fifteen Magus characters, with backgrounds and story hooks, but also fully statted at several points in their life: right after their Gauntlet , 15 years later, 30, 60 or 75. It's both a good source of powerful NPCs and a good template for ...


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Unfortunately, these two sets of rules aren't compatible and you should use your conservative assumption. For book writing rules, especially from covenants, many of the assumptions of difficulty and rarity simply do not make sense in context of the other books. The short answer is that it is a lot of work for a sub-par Tracticus. The trick is, that it's a ...


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To begin with some quotes: RoP:D, p10 has this to say about Dominiating Divine Auras: More so than other auras, the Dominion regularly conflicts and challenges the auras from other realms. During the expansion of Christianity, Islam, and the kingdom of Israel, the Dominion abutted and pressed against Magic and Faerie auras. Due to the purpose ...


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For a depressingly pragmatic reason: no one else cares and magi are incredibly selfish. Bonisagus Bonisagii tend to be the ones who get credit and status from sharing their research. Therefore, there's a self-perpetuating cycle where the participants in the exercise are those who derive value from the exercise. While normal magi are nominally willing to ...



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