Difference between revisions of "Divine Guard"
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a ritual onto an object to protect it from theft
Revision as of 22:41, 9 November 2008
|Learnt At||150 in faith.rituals.defensive.target|
|Skills Used||faith.rituals.defensive.target and faith.items.scroll|
|Granted By||Pishe, Gufnork, Gapp, Sandelfon, Fish, Hat and Sek|
Bestows a ritual onto an object to protect it from theft
This is the new form of minor ward. It allows a Priest to ‘impress’ one ritual of their god into an item of value, if this item is stolen the ritual is triggered off. This is a smaller version of Divine Sentinel allowing only one ritual to be impressed. Takes a long time to do, and isn't seen as worth using by a lot of people. Useful in the PK society. For more info, read the article of Poyat on this subject.
Divine Guard stores the power of a single ritual within an object, allowing a priest to protect it from theft. You need a holy symbol to perform this ritual.
After you have performed this ritual on an item, you will need to "bestow" another ritual into it.
> perform divine guard on baton You speak a short prayer. You point at a dull grey baton. Gufnork watches the dull grey baton with interest, waiting for an impression. > bestow blight on baton You chant quietly, clutching the dull grey baton in your hands. You feel it take on a holy aura as the ritual of blight moves to fill it. You sense that the dull grey baton is no longer waiting for your attention. You impress blight on the dull grey baton.
faith.rituals.defensive.target level 150
Base GP Cost
|Required Powers||Sight, Speech|
|Will Attempt to Resist||N/A|
|Will Be Angered||No/Unknown|