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Pretty much for the same reason you wouldn't have a village of Nobel-prize winning geniuses.
Originally posted by Eldagusto
So feels funny Thaumaturgy you have to be born with, but Sorcery is technically any human can achieve as long as their is a valid form of Sorcerous awakening available to them. That and its hard, you need skills to really be viable.
I don't have the rules handy to check, but I'm pretty sure that only PCs are guaranteed to be able to learn sorcery if the player wishes. Any given non-player character may simply lack the talent for sorcery, no matter how much work they put into it.
Originally posted by Murcushio
... they can't fetich death each other? When was that made a thing?
I mean, sure, they can't permakill each other, because nothing can permakill a Primordial so far as we know, but they ought to be able to fetich death each other.
I don't think it was ever an actual thing in the books, but it was definitely a thing I've seen proposed online. It was based on the fanon meme that because the Yozis were bound to their surrender agreements on their own names, fetich death would release a Yozi from those agreements, in which case of course
the Yozis would kill one another's fetiches to stage a breakout unless there was a reason why they couldn't.
Originally posted by Robert Vance
If you want a spell that banishes demons, you can have that. There's not any kind of tacit rule against it and charging XP for it would make players sadface.
They're not necessarily something I'd be eager to see printed, based on my experience with them in Second Edition, but we have solved trickier problems.
I sincerely doubt we'll bring those back in anything remotely resembling their prior forms, or at all. They were some of the most anti-climactic things ever printed.
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