Would this appear different than the mixed magic of other people? Is it that in other people you never see mixed magic gained like that from worship of a single entity?
Toread DuDerysi wrote:
> > My question is, in some places, where people have very mixed
> > religions--that is they typically practice both sacrifice and
> > venerative worship, for example--might some worshippers get some
> > functions as affinities, but others as blessings and spells? (or
> > affinities and fetishes, or whatever).
> > I know this sort of thing is true in Teshnos, but there I think it
> > to do with the somewhat mystical nature of the beings worshiped
> > I'm looking at just how weird I can reasonably get for minor
> > in Wenelia :-)
> > --Bryan
> I do know that some Wenelians and a few "gone native" Trader Prince
> Houses offer sacrifice to St. Caselian and Ashara, Mask of the
> Invisible God, and gain strange powers as a result of this (e.g.
> feats instead of blessings). However, most of the other Houses view
> these nigh-apostates with considerable suspicion.
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