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Re: (TFT) It's an Eloujon
><<<This leads in to an interesting problem though ... if a
>PC sees an image but then doesn't see the image destroyed
>(because they were looking the other way or whatever),
>does that PC continue to see the image when they turn
>around? Logic suggests that they would and should act as
>if the image were still there.>>>
>In support of Dan, it states in black-and-white on page 5 in
>Advanced Wizard, the image "has no reality and can NEVER do
>damage. If it hits or touches something, or something hits
>or touches it, the image DISAPPEARS."
Damn ... I hate being refuted by facts I should have known! :)
>It further states that "if images hit each other, both vanish."
>So according to the rules, if ant or fly does touch the image
>it is dispelled. Both a fly and an ant have more intelligence
>than another image.
I'm not sure I agree with this however. If a wizard can see
through the eyes of their illusions (as the battle in "Wizard"
implies) and, I assume, images as well (well, those that have
eyes, anyway), then the 'intelligence' of an image or illusion
must be linked in some way to the wizard who created it.
Did that make any sense at all?
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