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Beliefs BlackDownArrow
Sub Abominationism
Sub Aer Manaism
Sub Animism
Sub Called Horrorism
Sub Contractual Manaism
Sub Corporate Manaism
Sub Elementitism
Sub Excitism
Sub Fetishism
Sub Horrorism
Sub Legislatism
Sub Legislative Manaism
Sub Magicitism
Sub Manaism
Sub Manacitism
Sub Mind Horrorism
Sub Monetary Manaism
Sub Natural Manaism
Sub Personal Manaism
Sub Possessive Manaism
Sub Shamanism
Sub Spirititism
Sub Spiritualism
Sub Thaumetic Corruptionism
Sub Thaumetic Dualism
Sub Violatitism
Sub Vitalism
Sub Vitalitism
Sub Vital Manaism
Sub Vivacitism



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Vital Manaism

Vitalism is the belief that all living beings store various amounts of a quantity of vita (vital force). This vital force can then be extracted, to use to heal others. Generally, smaller life forms hold less vita, and slower-moving (or nonmoving, such as plants) life forms even less still, which means healing a person may require killing a good number of trees in the process, or an even larger area of grass. In its weaker forms a spellworker must use physical contact of some means (such as vitalite) to extract this vita. In its stronger forms a spellworker can extract vita from all the life around him, leaving behind roughly circular patches of dead land where they work their magic.

Since injured and sick people often recover, vita within living organisms is believed to recover slowly over time provided they survive, which means that with enough time and patience, one can draw out more vita from any given lifeform than the lifeform could have at any one time (its capacity).

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