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Well, officially, I can't think of one. However, let's build you a table. Step One - look at what's most likely covered. Arts: 5 techniques: Creo, Rego, Muto, Intellego, Perdo 10 forms: Animal, Aquam, Auram, Corpus, Herbam, Ignem, Imaginem, Mentem, Terram, Vim. Abilities: Talents: Finesse, Penetration Skills: Certámen, Parma Magica Knowledges: ...


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You could cheat: ask what the character is looking for, make them roll $skill. If the request is infeasible, no matter the roll nothing is found. If the request is feasible and the roll fails, they find nothing. If the request is feasible and the roll succeeds, they find a tome containing the information. If a critical is rolled, some information comes ...


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Yes, by a strict reading of the math in the excerpt, Level 5, Quality 20 is within the limits in the brackets. To get the upper Quality limit of 22, you can't make Level higher than 4. At Level 8, the maximum Quality is 11. Between Level 5 and 8 each level you go up reduces the maximum Quality by 3.


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Yes, Program your own google spreadsheet. Inspired by Aramis's answer, I created a spreadsheet which, following the writing rules in the book, and a weighted random distribution (to reflect the region), generates an arbitrary number of books according to the rules in the Covenants book post-errata. Nothing especially tedious, except managing the weighted ...


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Seems to me that what the players are looking for in a library isn't the whole list of spells, just new or unusual ones they don't know. This can reduce your time immensely. Most covenants will tend to have the same basic essential spells that everyone needs and a speciality Technique or two; so all you need to do is generate this basic list of spells that ...



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