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Author Topic: Removing the Logrus from a Lord of Chaos  (Read 925 times)

Jarrod Stanek

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Removing the Logrus from a Lord of Chaos
« on: November 18, 2020, 11:55:51 AM »
Has anyone ever had a Lord of Chaos lose their Logrus Mastery? I'm talking about an NPC of course - I'd never do that to a PC without their permission. I had a cool idea for a story where an NPC ally loses the Logrus but it is later replaced with Ygg powers which work similarly. I was thinking the Chaos Lord on question gets banished and has his Logrus removed by a magic ceremony. I'm sure the Logrus itself could deny any Chaos Lord it felt like.

So I'm just wondering if anyone else has had this happen in their campaign or had other any ideas of how this could happen.


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Re: Removing the Logrus from a Lord of Chaos
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2020, 12:23:25 PM »
Hmm, since the Logrus is a major power, I don't know if magic itself would do the job.  Perhaps if the magic was a geas that punished/tortured the user for trying to access the Logrus.  Would such a spell fail to work in a hi-tech shadow?  Perhaps the ritual is actually a contract with the Logrus to deny access.  I'm actually trying to imagine a 'crime' dire enough that the Logrus would even care.  I thing it would have to something that would threaten the survival/domain of all Chaos.  But for that, death or chucking the offender into the Abyss seems to be the traditional means of punishment.
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