The Elor gate, on a slightly related note, is a jerk. It seems to exist to punish evrenites for accidentally partying with the wrong people, at which point oh yeah those people are obviously evil. I'd say it very much exacerbates any issues with karma spreading.
Trysnyx wrote:[...] I have never had Luthien say anything about my karma except that it's worse than normal, and I don't do -anything- karma related ever. [...]
Just a quick guess (really dont know it) - Luthien is a cleric of taniel, I guess his/her demands could be a little higher than "average" or?
Yes, karma can be a serious pain. It's not uncommon for me to loose all good karma back to neutral just because I spent a few hours about some Asralites...
Sairina wrote: Tough luck that your god does, but really fair of him to punish you for something you can't possibly know? (OK, maybe clerics have a way to tell, but not everyone is a cleric...)
delia wrote:In comparison, people use who to launch raids against vulnerable targets. Ok, it might be a huge coincidence but that has been how it has appeared to me. Heck, I have been a part in one or two myself. Similarly, when karma was not around to kick you in the butt, people could behave VERY strangely...
glorfindel wrote:Am sorry, but I honestly disagree there Luminier. Karma is what your actions say about you... not what some cleric announces you to be. He can excommunicate you, ruin your reputation, maybe influence that _any cleric_ will grant you any miracles, but, in my opinion, he can not change how your actions are seen from the eyes of the god. IF you do all good stuff and some malicious archbishop says you are not... well, I think the god would recognize that twist, wouldn't they ?
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