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From:     James Perry <jperry@??.net>
Date:     Sat, 29 Jun 1996 18:03:46 -0500
Subject:  Re: Re:
>Thomas O. Magann Jr. wrote:
>>
>> >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.
>
>You have discussed SJ and Planescape but not what I asked in the first place.
>Let's try this again then. And perhaps I won't miss it this time. Is there
something in
>the EAW&F book that indicates if an elemental priest is denied access to
the etherial
>plane, that his manditory change may be forgone.
>
>>
>> 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.
>
>Neither is there anything supportive of the argument. Unless of course you
can answer my
>previous question.
>
>> >> 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)
>
>Now where precisely do you get THAT information? While the body is healed
of damage,
>make no mistake, it is the same body. The priest's body and it's elemental
form are one
>in the same.

I've always viewed it as one of the elements overpowering all the others.  I
believe it says as much somewhere (DK or EAW&F)

Ziggy



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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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