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Eyre Magick - Limitations of Magick

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A short article on the Limitations of Magick within the Eyre System.

Includes: Magick Among the Living, Magick Among the Non-Living (Coming Soon)

Eyre Magick - Limitations of Magick


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Includes: Magick Among the Living, Magick Among the Non-Living (Coming Soon)

 


 

Heritage is the second factor in determining the inclination towards Magick. As these living entities reproduce, they pass down their variety of mana on to their offspring. As such, those with ancestors which have practiced Magick or excelled in a certain discipline of Magick are more likely to harness Magick in a similar war. Lastly, Alteration is the last factor that can affect an entity's inclination towards Magick. Namely, when an entity experiences new exposure to something, depending on the impact, it can alter their soul in such a way that makes them either more or less inclined to Magick and certain disciplines of Magick. For more of Alteration, view Eyre Magick - Disciplines.

 

All living things have souls, so Magick is technically attainable by all, however, in most cases Magick remains dormant within the entity. Different races and societies view Magick differently, causing it's dispersal to vary. Some races and societies shun Magick and view it as evil whereas some other's have made Magick an important part of their culture. Most likely though, Magick is semi-common, where most populations are aware of it's existence, yet only few practice it. Much of the practices within Magick have been lost to time, most of which are waiting to be rediscovered. The Disciplines in Magick also differ in how common they are, with some being found more frequently among certain cities or populations and others being home to wilderness creatures. The Disciplines differ between races and societies. Like-wise, sub-cultures also exist within races and societies, such as families who have practiced Magick for centuries and have thus become more adept with each following generation, or secret guilds of magick-users whom are the best of the best in their niche. Some disciplines of Magick have been outlawed by various societies, such as Soul-Leech Magick. Various practices of Magick have also been outlawed in certain societies.

 

 

 

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