When death really is only the beginning.

Artisan Allanon, of Springdaleto Everyone

As some but probably all will not realise, when someone is killed and they have

the patronage of a god the players patron loses a certain amount of divine


This is offset by the offering of bodies which gives roughly 3 times the


In having a chat with the animists yesterday they were totally disinterested

that ress'ing bodies with the efficiency they display often robs the victor

of the opportunity to take the body to a marked spot to offer.

Again the attitude was if the gods don't like it they can change it.

Why again does it have to come to this? Animists would say well make it a mutual

challenge and we wont ress without both sides agreement.

In an ideal world every kill would be after a challenge but in reality there

are so many situations where that is not possible it merely acts as an excuse.

I just wondered if any others had any thought on this not immediate consequence

of Animists actions?

Written by my hand on the 6th of Midwinter, in the year 1042.