From: Simon Hibbs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 19 May 1998 - 17:00:18 EEST
Richard Develyn :
>A related question is how do priests find out what the myths relating
>their gods are? We spoke before about written and oral traditions, and
>their limitations. What about the lone priest up on a mountanside, far
>from any theatrical re-enacments / HQs to show him the way, how does
>he find out what it's all about? Does he have to HQ (can he?), or can
>somehow view what is happening on the Hero Plane without having to
If he's a priest, he must already know much of his own religion's
rituals and myths, otherwise what's he doing being a priest? The fact
that he knows at least 10 points of divine magic means he is already
familiar with the myths by which his god obtained those powers.
I presume he'd find them out in the same way that any terestrial priest
would find out about the myths and lore of his or her religion.
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