Difference between revisions of "Non-Empire Magic"

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Northern magic:
 
Northern magic:
  
Tao stats are Life, Death, Blood.
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The overall stat is called Power.  Power substats are Life (Yang), Death (Yin), Blood (Chi).
  
 
* Life Magic is the one most often used directly.
 
* Life Magic is the one most often used directly.
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* Beast Mastery is Life and Blood.
 
* Beast Mastery is Life and Blood.
 
* Battle is Death and Blood.
 
* Battle is Death and Blood.
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Northern mages historically have more lopsided Power substats than Empire mages, as they will not buy up the substat that they don't use.
  
 
Southern magic:
 
Southern magic:
  
Tao stats are Light, Dark, and Shadow.
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Tao stats are Light (Yang), Dark (Yin), and Shadow (Chi).
  
 
* Shadow is Light and Dark in a sense (Light and Dark must co-exist to allow Shadow to exist)
 
* Shadow is Light and Dark in a sense (Light and Dark must co-exist to allow Shadow to exist)

Latest revision as of 10:29, 5 October 2018

Notes about foreign magic systems.

Northern magic:

The overall stat is called Power. Power substats are Life (Yang), Death (Yin), Blood (Chi).

  • Life Magic is the one most often used directly.
  • Necromancy is Life and Death.
  • Beast Mastery is Life and Blood.
  • Battle is Death and Blood.

Northern mages historically have more lopsided Power substats than Empire mages, as they will not buy up the substat that they don't use.

Southern magic:

Tao stats are Light (Yang), Dark (Yin), and Shadow (Chi).

  • Shadow is Light and Dark in a sense (Light and Dark must co-exist to allow Shadow to exist)