Oberon wrote:MonteCristo wrote:Did the spell create the items itself, or is it just teleporting the items?
Your logic is rather flawed. If casters can create a spell scroll that summons the "Perfect Warlord" and also creates/"teleports" (your pick, the result is the same) items both minor and of artifact level to that Warlord, then that spell scroll is an artifact itself, and also invalidates the "artifacts are only created by the Titans" theory.
So we have Sizemore speculating that a spell scroll created by casters was able to create/produce an artifact.
Anything you can swap one for one with something else must be just as good as the other thing. But we have a thing that is swapped one-for-many with other things, and so its worth must be the sum of those things. The spell scroll that summoned Parson and created for him/brought him 3 items and/or artifacts must be the equal in value of all of those things. And thus if it brought/created an artifact, it is an artifact. And it was created by casters.
Or would you classify a spell scroll that gets you artifacts and other goodies as well as being less powerful than an artifact? And if so, why?
Now you are just grasping at straws
Hell let's use a dnd example... a low level wizard can cast spells on a unwilling-wizard higher level then himself; does his success imply that he is more powerful than the wizard? no. Is the spell he used itself more powerful than the higher level wizard who could cast that same spell aswell as other higher levels spells? no ofourse not. Sure it gets harder to pull off the casting the higher the enemies level is, but the fact of the matter is that the magic of a lower level wizard CAN effect a higher level one... knowing this, why must the spell be considered more powerful than the artifacts it can summon? if a lower level wizard can teleport a higher level wizard, then why can't a lower level level spell teleport a higher level item?
Since when must a spell be more powerful than the artifact that it summons to be able to summon it?
All the spell is doing is moving one object from one place to another place... tell me what magic is there in place to prevent those artifacts from being teleported? nothing. Those arifacts have all kinds of powers but they do not have somekind of archor spell on them that prevents them from being stolen
and hell who the hell ever said that ALL artifacts are more powerful than ALL other magic items anyway? if the titians made an ordinary spoon it would be considered an artifact, but does that mean the spoon is more powerful than a book that can send instant messages? rarer yes, unique perhaps, but not necessarily more powerful
hell despite the knowledge of the spell, parson feels as though the sword was representative of erfworld itself trying to manipulate him... as if it was erfworld who gave him the sword and the summoning spell was just the delivery system