Post by NSE (Lydia of Caerleon) on Apr 23, 2018 16:29:54 GMT
My understanding is a LT cannot do a Realm Action (distinct from a Regent Action). Only through the use of a Realm Action can magic-using realms prepare more than one Realm spell in a turn (via the utilization of court actions for all additional spells beyond the first).
Not sure how much that helps this discussion, but from my perspective of the number of spells NSE utilizes each turn, a non magic realm will find it helpful but not terribly effective to have a caster who can do only one spell per turn (and also have to put down the infrastructure to allow research and casting of said spell).
For example, if NT added a wizard - they have to get a high enough level source to cast the spell desired in question, utilize the LTs character and/or LT action for a number of turns to even have the spell, and then finally be able to utilize it. This all while having to maintain their own holdings and responsibilities.
Sure, it can be done. But is it really cost effective? Especially since sources aren't easily built up (those who have them tend to be protective of them).
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