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From:     "Thomas O. Magann Jr." <tomjr@???.com>
Date:     Sat, 29 Jun 96 22:44:31 PDT
Subject:  Re: Re:
>> Well, I haven't read the book, but I do gather from the title taht it
address
>> mages, not clerics, and I have read PS, and know that some folks have
managed
>> to get out, so I do that some folks have managed to get out, so I doubt
it's
>> a fool proof system.
>>
>
>But of course the SJ system is? Do you not think it is unfair to assign
infallibility to
>the SJ system and point out the flaws in all the others?

You might possibly remeber that I also brought in the PS system to reinforce
the point? I doubt that the only two systems to address the manner are both
in error. Especially with as much attention as PS gave it, and as important
to PS as it is.

I assume the SJ system to be correc in this point as it is supported by
another, and doesn't seem to be contradicted anywhere. I claimed the the Grey
and Black blockage (not the DS sytem) might not be a perfect blockage, as
both DS and PS source books show that they *have* been penetrated. I also
wouldn't be suprised to find that the G&B write ups allow that it is
extremely difficult, but not impossible for certain beings to penetrate. I'll
have to pick up this mage book and read about it.


>> Also, just because something is hard to do, doesn't mean it isn't a
>> requirement. Look at the requirements for preservers and defilers to make
>> their changes....
>
>Hard to do, but not impossible. Hmm... couldn't that definition be applied
to the
>ability to access the inner planes in the flow? A wish can achieve that
effect for a
>limited time, might not some other effects? Even if unnecessarily so?

Nope. This is listed as impossible in the flow anywhere but a narrow distance
around Astromundi.

Now, is penetrating the G&B listed as extremely hard or impossible?


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
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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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