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Devout Inquisition is a priest ritual that tells you a little about your deity's deity pool and your usage of it.
This ritual costs 20 gp. It is not performed on anything.
It requires no particular powers, and no components.
This ritual uses the faith.rituals.misc.self skill.
This ritual is untargetted.
You silently pray to Sandelfon to send you divine insight. You humbly beseech Sandelfon to enlighten you.
Success (example, see below for other possibilities)
You understand that Sek's pool of available belief power is in good supply and also that Sek is taking a little bit of the burden of concentrating on performing rituals. So far this week, you have had no effect on the deity pool.
What others see
From fullest to least full, these are the possible results showing how full the deity pool is:
- at its maximum capacity
- nearly totally full
- only slightly depleted
- in good supply
- roughly half-full (or half-empty, depending on how you like to look at things)
- less than half full
- running dangerously low
- almost run out
- totally exhausted
If the pool has been set to reduce ritual costs, this will be mentioned:
- ...and also that Sek is taking a little bit of the burden of concentrating on performing rituals.
Finally, you'll be told whether you've been filling or draining the pool, or neither:
- So far this week, you have been filling the deity pool.
- So far this week, you have had no effect on the deity pool.
- So far this week, you have been draining the deity pool.
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