|From:||"J. Keith Henry" <Ereskanti@***.COM>|
|Subject:||To the Limits- Willpower (Re: FASAMike vs Steve Kenson)|
|Date:||Wed, 5 Nov 1997 22:51:13 -0500|
> And verily, did Chris Maxfield hastily scribble thusly...
> |While we're on the subject: For you people who allow a target to wander
> |out-of-view of the sustaining magician - how far do you allow the targets
> |to wander before the spell fails?
> In my case, you could have the spell cast in London, and it'd still work
> when you pulled into San Fransisco...
> I don't see the problem.
> (I see it as an umbilical cord that streches as far as it needs to...)
> After all, the casting mage DOES have the penalties for maintaining the
> spell, and is likely to drop it at the first sign of trouble at his end...
This is something else I have wondered of late. Is there a limit to the
amount of time a magician can directly sustain something, without a Spell
Lock or anything similar? I have had lots of questions on this over the
years, and I usually just leave it as a roleplaying thing.