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Personal Manaism

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Personal manaism is the belief building on possessive manaism, that not only can each person store mana in a mana pool, but that each person generates their own mana continuously. This in turn means that it is potentially possible for a spellworker to work spells occasionally (and to a limited degree) without having to rely on any materials or equipment. Once they’ve exhausted their personal mana pool however, they must wait for it to regenerate, or rely on some other source of mana.

In its weak form, the rate of mana is in flux, and may vary depending on the person’s frame of mind or on the spells being cast; and thus the limit varies. (Remember, in its nonexistent form, the rate of mana regeneration is essentially equal to the rate of mana being used, for beliefs that don’t require mana.)

In its strong form, the rate of mana is constant, and provides a hard limit on how much spellworking can be done at a time.

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