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  • Summoning and Abyssal Intrusion

    So in the core book page 95 of mage 2ed, it explains supernal summoning. The book explains a mage can add protection from Abyssal Intrusion and the mage has a number of rolls equal to Resolve + Composer + any success allocated to avoid Abyssal intrusion but where do does success come from? Are they Intel + Occult roles that are made before the ritual? Is it that the mage can allocate successes from summoning to prevent Abyssal intrusion?

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    Originally posted by Nightsyko View Post
    So in the core book page 95 of mage 2ed, it explains supernal summoning. The book explains a mage can add protection from Abyssal Intrusion and the mage has a number of rolls equal to Resolve + Composer + any success allocated to avoid Abyssal intrusion but where do does success come from? Are they Intel + Occult roles that are made before the ritual? Is it that the mage can allocate successes from summoning to prevent Abyssal intrusion?
    Third bullet point under "The Summoning," same page.


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      Thank you for guiding my blind eyes

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