Thomas O. Magann Jr.
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Fri Jan 27 05:44:16 CET 2017
As I think on it, a Soul Daiva bound into a dagger would make a perfect classical sacrificial dagger. Every point of damage done to the bound victim becomes stored energy for fueling spells. Really big spells require multiple sacrifices.
Mind you, I'm not recommending this for the good guys, but as something the evil priests and necromancers they're going up against might use.
>Actually, that's exactly how it's done. Last paragraph of the Soul Daiva page 51 of Book 3. But it's energy it drains, equal to the damage done. Converting it to hits would simply require a Healing spell added to the sword, with a Ward Pact to cast it whenever there is any absorbed energy. That will keep the bearer healed up while he has opponents to damage.
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