Jaibyrd wrote:Tim made plans for a mana-o-meter to measure how much mana was in an environment, I think we made it, but now I am not sure... Let me dig up the posts...
After a trip down memory lane... found it: viewtopic.php?f=76&t=16014&hilit=mana+specialists&start=165#p709978
And he explains it further here: viewtopic.php?f=76&t=16014&hilit=mana+specialists&start=165#p710002
But I do believe we did make at least one... still looking for that tidbit for conformation...
minalia wrote:The technology that syphons mana from current air has been shown by old dokkalfar golems in relic hunters so this is not news to me and it just confirms what i had known as a possibility to be now a fact.
The solution is so damn simple I am amazed you folks did not even consider this before or even asked me about this.
Fly the ship in the sea mist for a few days. The very abundant mana levels of that zone will help replenish the ships energy reserves and give a little pick me up to the crew who are starting to feel the effects of mana deprivation.
Aging only occurs if you are very old as in 200 years and older and it then takes decades before you even start to see signs of aging. The effects get worst as you do grow older as the need for mana increases exponentially to the point where leaving a city full of mana is a certified death sentence at age 800-1000 years old. Quaintana will die of old age if she leaves Chel to go to her victory exploration of the world surface since that is her dying wish.
Last i checked the oldest member of our clan is around 136 years old, this is not even a issue and it should not even be one. This simply means we need to return to our city soon because our injured folks really need to spend a few weeks in our hospital to receive proper medical care.
We can stay here in the island for maybe a few days or even study the mana levels of this island to see if the dragons attempted to ensure their island is abundant in mana to keep their wrinkly scales young.
goblin6 wrote:It's been a while since anyone posted anything mana related in this thread, thought I dust the thing a bit and bring up a new subject for our mana development. Anjhi is contemplating on teaching summoning and sealing arts to the clan, this would be a boon us all so we should make it happen. There's one subject I want to bring up regarding summoning, and that is that in DT setting, summoning is reserve for only females. I would like to disregard that norm and suggest that we teach summoning to males as well as our new dragon allies. Though the reason why summoning is reserve for females is because males have smaller mana reserves, I would like us to try teaching summoning to males anyway and see if it can be done. Even if it can't be done, I still would like us to try and fail instead of conforming to the social norms and not try at all. We Tei'kaliaths have already defied many Chelian standards, though not as much as the Sarghs.
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