Re: Healing in Prax

From: Greg Stafford <Greg_at_c5eip_QeIGKKvkPCOuJe13E0D0SyTbW6UIrfi8U5PK03307K9wxZpnFW1OVDdXhMBF4Sjgi>
Date: Sun, 06 Apr 2008 11:18:04 -0700

YGWV Roderick and Ellen Robertson wrote:
> > I was thinking that there might be a more fragmented system of healing
> > among the animal nomads. Battlefield stuff would be developed as they
> > are all going to need that and they wouldn't have a top end suite from
> > a CA equivalent but that various tribes might have different
> > specialities developed over the generations that would be part of the
> > 'horse' trading between tribes at need.
> Well, there is no real "battlefield" medicine available, as Killing is
> "Men's work" and Healing is "Women's work", and I don't think women come
> along on raids with the warriors.

They do. The mens' healing magic is pretty pathetic.
> (Even in Cults of Prax, Waha had a x2 modifier to Healing and a
> prohibition
> against Xenohealing, while Eiritha had a x1/2 mod on learning Healing and
> Xenohealing. And as an additional note, Eirithat should *not* give
> cheap Axe
> Weapon training...)

    Greg Stafford
    President, Issaries. Inc.

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