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    Aila Avern
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  1. The Templar

    [Shamanism] Disconnection

    I don’t particularly see a reason why this should be accepted, as it more or less kills dark shamanism through OOC.
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    Musings upon Darkness

    Musings Upon Darkness By Initiate Jaymes Kowacz Arrogant is the eye that claims to see, when all before it is darkness unbroken. All sin stems from the claim that one sees without aid. As one brings a torch to a darkened hollow, so too does the Holy Flame banish sin from the soul, allowing the blind in sin to see in righteous. It is therefore the duty of all Righteous Folk to arise and bear forth the Flame to the darkened corners. To expose the Witch, the Heretic, and the Daemon wherever they may be found, suffering not their corruptive influence to taint the Father’s land any further. To wield the corruptive influence of the Void is to blaspheme the Father, wielding the forces of the Void to unmake the natural perfection so granted in stewardship. Then there are those Aengulists who scoff at the truth, evoking Light and banishing darkness in the name of their selfish Ancients. Though they abhor the Daemon, they are Witches nonetheless, for their Light is hollow, arrogant, and devoid of purity. Power at the cost of one’s soul in chains, held forever bereft of the Father in the accursed’s domain, is an Iblaeic bargain for little gain. Suffer not their self-righteous prattle, and grant them the Father’s Mercy before they turn their blood-stained knives upon you. Where the Aengulist wields an unholy magic for seemingly good ends, the Daemon is unabashedly anathema, having shunned the cloth of their kindred to wield abyssal nightmares to live out their degenerate whims. Spare no expense in their persecutions, hunt them until their souls are spent and they return nevermore. Fear the corruptive touch of the Heretic, who damns himself for unlife eternal. Spurn them at every turn for their perversion of the Father’s Creation, and suffer not them to exist in your presence. Hunt ceaseless for their phylacteries, that they may be cast into the Abyss they worship in eternal damnation as they deserve. There is no salvation for them to be had. Do not suffer not the Witch, the Daemon, and the Heretic to live, lest you find the flame within snuffed out with nary a whisper.
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    Iylderi; Guardians of the Veil

    Can we not have yet another endgame circlejerk? If you just want cool aesthetics, follow the example @Gladuos set with the Paragons of Light. Don’t make a blatant grab to become protag mages and call it flavor.
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    James Kowacz gags on the heresy espoused by this imperial cult! "Deus does not vult!"
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    [Rewrite] The Clerics of Tahariae

    Actually yeah it did. Thanks! Lightwells were also supposed to be added as a ward replacement, but the other clerics decided to axe our wards 100% with no replacement.
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    [Rewrite] The Clerics of Tahariae

    Sadly, this rewrite predates the entire mandate, and thus didn't particularly take anything into account. I think this idea came from "liquid light" as a holy water meme, but I can't be sure.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    Can't destroy Soultrees when 1) There's no one to RP them, and 2) You're not allowed to. The entire eventline is built from the ground-up for mages, fam. Druids, really, but they're still mages of a sort. Whining about mages and magic isn't going to fix anything.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    OOF! Owie! We're not that bad, you know! 😞
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    I'd argue PKing a demigod is worth a PK on yourself, but that's just me. You're still very correct.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    Druids can commune together to increase the power of their spells by combining their tiers. September is the equivalent of 44 t5 druids in just himself. You're correct. It's more how rediculously absurd it is. The fact power level is even being discussed leads me to believe we're just waiting for Goku at this point, since September seems to get a rediculous powerboost each warclaim. 'Member Setherien? We either have demigods that require a protag guild and macguffin to destroy them, or we destroy them as players. Right now we're waiting on the Darkseed, the weapon that'll nuke September in one shot. A weapon CONVENIENTLY hidden behind the Vaeyl Order's darkway until the ET deem the time right to turn on the portal to it. Swing and a miss.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    Don't forget how Aesop opened up the entire warclaim with a "tier 220 druidic spell." That's over 40 t5s at once. Do the druids even /have/ that many t5s?
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    Without any doubt whatsoever, yeah. We /pierced his lung./ Nevermind that if he hadn't ignored the clerical death ray, he'd have had a /shattered knee/ and been unable to stand up. the eventline should've ended RIGHT THERE!
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    I was told 15% was the damage to scare him off, so we're both right. We knocked him down 25% total.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    So that is THREE AND A HALF death rays that struck September, but nothing happened to him.
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    September Prince, Feedback!

    Yeah. From what I hear, there were two death rays. The mana laser, and the Clerical Death Ray. He only responded to one. Our death ray required somewhere around 9-10 emotes to fire, and we had to get special permission from Flamb on it to begin with.