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Description Edit

God of benevolence

Goddess of Benevolence, an ancient god with the power of resurrection.

  • Worship Bonus: Restore 1 life point upon collecting 1 soul point.
  • Debuff: Max soul -20.
  • Additional Sacrifice: None
  • Cost: 10% of current gold (minimum is 10 gold).
  • Punishment for Betrayal: Max soul - 10 (needs confirmation)

Tattoos Edit

  • Tattoo 1: Collecting 1 soul point now restore 2 life points. Rune: Copper #1 (No longer functions if you betray)
  • Tattoo 2: Immune to Cursed debuff. Rune: Gold #1
  • Tattoo 3: 50% chance to be resurrected with full life and mana. Rune: Copper #1, Silver #1, Gold #1

EventsEdit

Event: A Soul

"After placing so many souls in my care, have you ever considered their destination?"

  • "I have never given a man what is mine. It would be wise to return what you stole from me."
    • They don't do talking -> Get Max Soul +10 and "Soul Envoy Tattoo" (Supposed to give next tattoo, but may require the runes?)
    • I have no interest in what they discuss. Return to me what I gave you. -> Betrayed, lose Goddess and all souls.
  • "It matters not where they go. I would follow." -> Soul's Blessing Strength +1, Health +5
  • "Am I to be judged?" -> Calls you a betrayer, Fill Soul to max.

Strategies Edit

With the Goddess of Benevolence, it is relatively easy to keep the life bar full. Early game, the trade-off is not too noticeable, but later on it will severly limit the player's capability to use the survival items.

Note: If the soul bar is full or a monster effect is absorbing soul, no soul point is collected and the character does not get healed.

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