There are differences between the professions, and in some instances some professions
have clear advantages over other professions. The seer advantage over the mage is one which is
well documented even without resorting to pill and bond which is impossible to defend against.
The balance between Knight and Mage however is very close to call, usually a decent fight is needed
with skill and bravery often deciding who wins. I would say even with Armageddon ritual the fight is a close
I am no novice to sitting in enemy rituals, your friends the Wizards will confirm that I and others can
practically sit indefintely in rituals as if they were not there. The presence of Armageddon makes it more difficult
but certainly not impossible.
Anybody fighting a mage needs only to carry a supply of teleport pills and the mage is put into an extremely
difficult position, attackers get multiple chances to try out the rituals and try to kill the mage without really
being in any danger. The presence of Armageddon allows a daring mage to turn the tables by giving a bite to
rituals that allows offensive attacking whilst exposing the mage to more danger than just sitting there.
In reply to your statement about Jhor's Gem quest, I would have to say that I do not believe 2 man rituals were banned.
I believe Jhor had nobody to sketch for him before the start of his bouts. If this is not the case, I'm sure you will
Written by my hand on the 29th of Paglost, in the year 1071.