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From:     "Thomas O. Magann Jr." <tomjr@???.com>
Date:     Sat, 29 Jun 96 12:18:13 PDT
Subject:  Re: Re:
>Unless of course
>> there is
>> >somewhere in the EAW&F book that indicates that if an elemental priest is
>> denied access
>> >to the etherial plane, that his manditory change may be forgone.
>
>I keep asking for information that I'm not getting.

Not really. I said that it was in Planescape, and part of the whole system
inherent there, as well as the SJ system in the flow. The information was
given, even if you missed it some how.

As we are refering to bodies that are making the change outside of the DS
Sphere, I thought that the sources that covered these areas to be the
important ones, although the fact that there is nothing contradictory in DS
sources doesn't hurt either.

The appropriate information *is* being given. I assume that you have DK, and
can check some of it yourself?

>> Fact is, the book *does* say etherial, and an elemental body is being
>> fetched, so I see no reason to assume something else was meant, and that
it
>> was just a bad (or too casual) choice of words.
>>
>
>Now I see the nature of the misunderstanding. The transformation into an
elemental form
>is a _physical_ one. The elemental body is not fetched, or recieved. The
physical form
>of the cleric is changed into an elemental state. The form is not stored in
stasis in
>the elemental plane until needed by the cleric, but rather comes from the
cleric
>themself.

No misunderstanding, whether fetched or changed (and it's new body each time,
BTW) it requires a round in the etherial state. The from 2 different places
in Dragon Kings, and the before quoted EAF&W. And they all use the same
phrasing. They even all claim that during this round only weapons that can
affect etherial bodies can effect the cleric during this round.


Thank You For Your Time,

Thomas O Magann Jr
http://www.sfo.com/~tomjr/

<tomjr@???.com> or my back-up: <TMagann@???.com>




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Re: Re:    James Perry    27 Jun 1996 00:12:21
Re: Re:    James Perry    27 Jun 1996 00:37:33
Re: Re:    Don Weis    28 Jun 1996 15:10:58
Re: Re:    Deviant    29 Jun 1996 19:30:16
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    29 Jun 1996 19:18:13
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 01:46:25
Re: Re:    James Perry    29 Jun 1996 23:03:46
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 00:06:56
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 07:11:08
Re: Re:    Don Weis    30 Jun 1996 05:19:06
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 07:16:45
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 05:44:31
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 07:56:57
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 08:01:37
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 08:08:08
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 08:12:05
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 06:25:48
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 06:42:32
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 06:47:03
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 09:43:21
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 09:54:49
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 09:58:17
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 10:01:55
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 10:10:39
Re: Re:    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    30 Jun 1996 08:49:42
Re: Re:    Shelby Michlin    30 Jun 1996 15:48:10
Re: Re:    Deviant    30 Jun 1996 18:41:21
Re: Re:    James Perry    04 Jul 1996 16:24:22
Re: Re:    Don Weis    05 Jul 1996 10:34:37
Re: Re:    James Perry    05 Jul 1996 17:34:26
Re: Re:    Eugene Shumu1insky    16 Sep 1996 21:50:02

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