...why allow it? In the 1e, it was one of those little nice restrictions on Arcana, which didn't look as that much (after all, you aren't casting Indefinite every day), but which did wonders to setting. It explained nicely why mages go to such lengths to achieve immortality. It disallowed permanent buffs. You had to recharge your sanctum and hallow defenses, and many other things. It gave the sense that mages are powerful, but not all-powerful. Was it a design decision, or what?
No announcement yet.
Indefinite Duration on Living Target