kefkakrazy wrote:How interesting.
Lookamancers able to cast a blinding spell is interesting. That tells me that Lookamancers may have other perception-altering powers in that regard.
I'm begining to wonder just how much overlapt here could actually be between schools of mancy. Look-a-mancers can see the unseen, but can also cause you to see (or maybe just not see) things. Foolamancers can make you see visions; but they get to add in sound, taste, smell, and tactile sensory. Mathamancers can figure the odds of an action being successful, but Predictamancers can give you a yes or no (or an "eventually"). I wonder if maybe the Haffaton guy wasn't on to something; linking up with lots of different castors, and exploring/pushing the bounderies between schools.
To a certain degree, that's what FAQ has been doing all these years, debating the philosphy of theories. Two different approaches tot he same end, one based in actual hands on practice, and the other in debating theory. I wonder just exactly WHERE the hard bounderies actually are.