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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
The Golux wrote:If that was true, it would not be subject to standard restrictions. Gods can grant miracles that are far beyond the scope of that spell.kyrt-ryder wrote:Not all divine magic necessarily, but Miracle specifically I consider to be an act of a god.The Golux wrote:I get it. You see divine magic as the hand of god. I see it as magic caused by Faith, the object of said faith having little to no relevance.kyrt-ryder wrote:Well the Miracle thing is non-negotiable, since any full deity can grant the miracles of any number of worshippers simultaneously.The Golux wrote:You're not a god unless you can cast miracle at will as a free action, have at least a 90% chance to negate critical hits from a non-mythic source (75% non-deific source), automatically save versus non-mythic effects, and have magic and damage immunity against non-mythic or deific sources. And at least +40 on all skills.Why do people WANT 'gods' like this? These aren't characters in the world, they're unapproachable freaks.
Miracle doesn't have many restrictions at all, outside of effects that clearly state that miracle can't reverse, which is very few.