Sheelba Posted January 26 Report Share Posted January 26 Hello all. I am wondering how people are making use of the components rule for sorcery in RQG. An object made of gold might be a component for a fire rune spell and give +10%. An object made of gold inscribed with a fire rune spell (eg Finger of Fire) would be a magical component and give +20%, right? This seems quite simple. For spells without elemental runes it seems a bit tricky. I thought that an old needle used to sew shrouds, or embalmers tools might be used as components for the death rune. Others seem even trickier. Would you allow a crystal binding a spirit to be a component for the spirit rune? It seems fair to me. But what about, say, the truth rune? Simply having a item carved with the rune, or, an image of Lhankor Mhy seems a little too easy. Likewise, simply using vegetable matter would not, to my mind, be good enough of the plant rune. These are my musings. Does anyone else have ideas? Or do you disagree with mine? If so, why? I'd like to hear thoughts about this as I think it could be quite flavoursome. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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