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  • thenate
    replied to Custom legacy advice
    Wasn't suggesting that just any random astral place would be beneficial to ghosts, merely that the connection between phenomina is solid. An effect to tweak and optimize this would be Weaving at worst for Mind and Death together.

    (Remembering the ghost as they were is also remembering the person as they were when they still participated in the Temenos, so Mind/Time could arguably apply.)
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  • thenate
    replied to Custom legacy advice
    People remembering ghosts helps keep them fed and happy.
    Oneiros connects to the user's memories.

    I don't see a problem with ghosts recovering essence. Heck, depending how you rule it, they could be downright flush.

    This could be a way of transforming one's soul into an alternative to the Underworld for ghostly advancement. Loan a ghost a link to the collective unconsciousness to feed it and help it grow into a more human creature than a geist. In the shorter term, you could provide a safe harbor against the wear of time and neglect for ghosts. That could even be...
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  • A book is obviously a form of communication and a representation of language. The material aspects of a book's symbolism isn't what you want to interact with for this spell, anyway. Mind can do that without help. Seems it would be a straight Knowing effect.

    Matter is the one that is arguable. Solids and shaping are the only purviews that apply to a book. Knowing the meaning of squiggles, lines, and whatnot is language and that is not on it's list. (Spirit would be an easier sell since a book's spirit involves communication.)

    Reading a book without needing to open it is...
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  • thenate
    replied to The Mysterium and 2e
    In 1e, one of the things teased early on, though we didn't really get anything specific on the subject, were the "uncommon practices" of the arcana. Mostly, that only ever surfaced subtly. The various orders did have rotes the others didn't at various points, and not just because they codified them into rotes but because they thought to try different things, as well.

    (The blurb on the raining frogs Fate thing talks about this; Also, the rotes that treat a computer network like an entity or place were Free Council. The others tended to treat computers like balls of forces...
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