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Conjunctions of Nuitari

Conjunctions with Solinari & Lunitari

Each of the three Orders of High Sorcery worships and receives its powers from the brother gods, Lunitari, Solinari, and Nuitari, which are represented by the three moons that orbit Krynn in Ethereal Plane. Wizards of the Black Robes worship Nuitari whose domain is commanding and destructive magic. Nuitari, where the god of black magic resides, is the smallest and nearest moon. Its orbit takes 8 days with 2 days per quarter. Nuitari cannot be detected, except by the Wizards of the Black Robes, unless it eclipses other stars and moons. Influence of magic waxes and wanes according to the phases and alignments of the moons of magic. Apprentice wizards and renegade wizards are unaffected by the lunar phases.

All three moons of magic come into conjunction thrice in 504 days, but not between equal periods of time. These conjunctions happens twice when they are crescents and once when they are full which is also know as the Great Eye.

AD&D Rule: A Wizard of the Black Robes gains +2 to Saving Throws and +1 to Effect Level when Nuitari comes into conjunction with Solinari and Lunitari. Also, she can memorize 2 additional spell (of any level that wizard can cast). This moon alignment effects are cumulative with the moon phase effects.

D&D 3rd Edition Rule: A Wizard of the Black Robes cast spells at +2 caster level and with saving throws DCs against their spells increased by 2 when Nuitari is in conjunction with Solinari and Lunitari. These bonuses stack with the moon phase bonuses or penalties.

 

 

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Phases of Nuitari

- Waxing

- High Sanction

- Waning

- Low Sanction

 

 

 

Conjunctions of Nuitari

- Conjunctions with Lunitari

- Conjunctions with Solinari

- Conjunctions with Solinari & Lunitari

- False Conjunctions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Related Pages:

The Night of the Eye (The Library Ages)

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