SimDing0 Posted March 3, 2005 Share Posted March 3, 2005 No, sorry. Let me try to describe clearly. I seem to be messing up explanations a lot these days. If you want to be a speciality priest, you pick the kit. That's it. You wouldn't need to use Prayer to gain your spells, and no priest would be worshipping two separate gods. You could potentially abandon that deity via the Prayer ability, and pick another to switch to, in which case you'd lose your kit and become a pure class cleric who would have to use Prayer to gain spells. You would never be able to regain Specialist Priest status of any god from then on. If you want to be a multi- or dual-class priest, you cannot be a Specialist Priest. You must choose a deity via the Prayer ability, and can swap as described above. You can never gain a kit. Unkitted clerics would not be able to gain spells without the Prayer ability, and using it would give them the sphere restrictions of the god they were worshipping. They would not receive the additional penalties or bonuses such as divine weapons and innates. Under any circumstances, upon swapping deity or your alignment shifting outside the bounds of your deity, you would immediately lose all your spells. Selecting a new deity would allow you to regain them level by level over time. However, beyond level 4 spells, you would be required to gain special guidance from a member of your new church's clergy. (This would mean that in BG2 you'd have to go to a temple to gain more powerful spells, while in Tutu there'd be no need, since you don't reach any levels higher than that.) Once you'd visited the temple, you would continue regaining your higher level spells as you had previous levels. Link to comment
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