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  • #31
    I believe they go to the Shan'iatu who use the power to exist in a somewhat better state (theoretically they'd like to use the power to reach paradise, but that's a pipe-dream). Do I understand that correctly?


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    • #32
      The Shan'iatu seem to exist in a barren, lifeless hell; I assume any Relics sent to them are destroyed, and the Sekhem within sent to them as a thin trickle of the bounty they once enjoyed in the living world.


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      • #33
        Originally posted by atamajakki View Post
        The Shan'iatu seem to exist in a barren, lifeless hell; I assume any Relics sent to them are destroyed, and the Sekhem within sent to them as a thin trickle of the bounty they once enjoyed in the living world.
        Wasn't there a reference somewhere to the idea that the Judges often return relics to the world?


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        • #34
          Yes, it was implied when bane relics were introduced. Something like, "Similar to the Judges, Ammut also provides her servants with relics returned to the world"

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          • #35
            The Guildmasters of the Maa-Kep also receive special 5-dot relic chisels when they begin their first descent after assuming the title. The Avarice Chronicle also includes a relic sarcophagus that was apparently created in the Eastern Roman Empire through the intercession of the judges at the earnest request of their servants. These examples might represent a sort of "investment" on the Judges' part, sacrificing a measure of Sekhem in order to empower their most loyal servants and hopefully reap larger rewards down the line.

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