Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Priestesses of Britomartis, Part II

Just what does Britomartis require for this spell? (Illus: Brons)

Magical Side-Effects (Britomartis)
Britomartis favors women of course (who doesn’t?) but is not especially harsh towards men. Roll 1d12.

1. Sacrifice: What have you gathered in your nets and upon your mighty rises? A 1d3 round ritual and offering worth 1d6 gold pieces per spell level are required. But if it is bounty from the sea or mountains, then no ritual is needed and any offering is fine.

2. Sisterhood: If helpful, then the spell will only work on females. If harmful, it will only work on males, as well as those of unknown gender.

3. Devotion: Like a good maiden, the priestess of Britomartis must kneel and offer praise to her goddess for the next 2d6 rounds... and if the spell is beneficial, then the recipient must do so too! In any case, including lyric poetry (requiring a CHA check or the player quickly making up an original one) will grant the spell +50% effect.

4-9. Standard Casting: The magic occurs without side-effect.

10. Diktynna Way: The spell works normally. If the priestess would also like it to have a 50% bonus, she can either become a wooden cult statue (unable to move or speak, but cannot be easily harmed), stuck in nets (unable to move and can be harmed, but can speak), or become ‘mannish’ (able to move and speak, but unable to use her magic). Whatever form she chooses, it lasts for the next 1d6 turns or even provides double the benefit if she chooses for it to last for 2d3 hours instead.

11-12. Love of Britomartis: The spell works automatically and for full effect (though a save still applies). What is more, if the priestess has remained untouched by men for the last 24 hours, then the spell has a 50% bonus.

Next week: Priestesses of Britomartis, Part III!


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