@Samira Nassar wrote:
All right, I'm here to dust off this thread with a question that came to me while looking over the Fusion stuff to apply to my own magics.
So while looking at the Magic Rules for Fusion Spells there really isn't anything saying that two H+ spells cannot be combined to make a H++ spell. However, when looking at the rules for H++ spells it states that these spells can only be for Guild Spells or Z+ rank mages while also stating that a character can only ever have one H++ spell. Naturally, being able to fuse two H+ spells to make a H++ spell makes those statements not true and a bit unclear in how this actually works with those ranks. Unless I completely missed it I am not seeing anything that goes into this.
So is fusing two H+ spells to make a H++ spell a thing that's allowed, meaning that fusion rules pretty much overwrite what is said in the Guild Spell/H++ section? Or does this just stay as a normal H+ spell regardless of fusion spells being categorized as a rank above their creation spells?
You are absolutely correct in your assumption that, theoretically, two H+ spells may be used in combination in Fusion Spells. The way I viewed this is that H++ spells are a special rank of spell outside of official classifications, while H+ rank spells are classed as X rank spells in terms of rank classification (as advanced spells are counted as a spell 1 rank above their own for others reading this)
. While no X rank spells officially exist, this would in theory make the Fusion Spell resulting from the combination of two H+ rank (X rank)
spells 1 rank higher than X rank, which means the resulting Fusion Spell would be a Y rank spell. I understand your confusion around this topic since, as you have correctly stated, the rules did not cover this fact at all, which is a failing on my part. I will add a section in the Magic Rules regarding the use of H+ spells in Fusion Spells to the associated section shortly, along with a few other changes I have been compiling.
Other than that, I hope this clarifies matters a little bit~