Spatula wrote:Well... that's not consistently true. The miracle-granting perks in the Living Land and Nile Empire book are cosm-limited. And the Yonders perk in the Aysle book is as well.
You can still be an Aamatist or Jakatt, just not an Aamatist Hem-Netjer, or an Optant or Gotak.
Though after I posted I got curious about the idea of, say, an ex-CyberPriest who had converted to Lanala without Transforming, which feels like an entirely plausible idea to me, but you're right - I can't make it work it the rules. There's the point that any Miracle that makes sense for your religion is supposed to be available, but since all of the new Miracles in Living Land are specifically tied to the "enhanced", cosm-locked, Faith Perks, that seems to pretty specifically shut them out of the base Keta Kalles list, meaning they're all effectively cosm-locked as well. I'm not actually sure that was even the intent, but it sure seems to work that way, and I admit that's a bit disappointing. I like the way Aysle expands Magic for everyone
, because it is, in part, the magic sourcebook. I'd kind of assumed Living Land did the same for Miracles until I looked closely.