The Tribunal Miracles Guide
Guide By: Savanja
The Tribunal have returned to Norrath to restore balance and justice across the land. This justice it blind to lower ideals such as "good" or "evil", and only cares about right versus wrong. If you are one that strives for the deeper meaning and always taking the correct path wherever that may lead you, then The Tribunal might be a very good choice for you!
The Tribunal is neutral so any race/class may choose to follow them. You will need to first prove your loyalty through a series of quests, which for this particular deity, are fairly simple. Please visit our Tribunal Deity Quest Guide for more information on the deity quests.
Blessings and Miracles are your reward for proving yourself to your God. These are generally mildly helpful abilities that sometimes can give you an extra edge in combat and will sometimes mean the difference between victory or loss in combat.
You may only have one blessing and one miracle each active at any given time, but you can freely switch them out for other choices as long as you have the required favor available and have completed the quest that unlocks each ability.
The bulk of your favor will have been earned through simply completing the quests and earning the rewards, however, if you need or desire to gain more favor with your deity, you need to make sacrifices to your altar. The best sacrifices tend to be equipable items, treasured quality or better. I hang onto mob chest drops that end up being items that I would sell to the vendor.
Enjoy your new abilities, and if you have any questions or comments please feel free to let us know.
Unquestioned Oath (629 favor) - Increases STA, STR, WIS, AGI,
and INT of caster by 60, Must have completed the quest "The Tablets of Judicare Septem".
Virtue of the Six (734 favor) - Improves the reuse speed of all combat arts by 10%. Reduces the cast time of all combat arts by 12.5%. Must have completed the quest "True and False".
Inquiry (839 favor) - Increases hate gain of caster by 30%. Has
a 10% chance to increase threat to targets in area of effect. Must have completed the quest "Key Evidence".
Law and Order (944 favor) - Increases in-combat health regeneration. Increases mitigation of caster vs physical damage. Must have completed the quest "Trial of the Gatekeeper".
Scales of Justice (1049 favor) - While under the effects of Scales of Justice, 20% of all damage received is converted into health for its duration.
Lasts 10 minutes.
Perjury (944 favor) - Converts 30% of all damage into power damage. Must have completed the quest "The Tablets of Judicare Septem".
Vigilante Justice (1102 favor) - Increases damage per second.
On melee hit, inflicts divine damage onto target. Must have completed the quest "True and False".
Word of the Magistrate (1259 favor) - Increases hate gain of caster
by 100%. Increases mitigation of caster vs
elemental, noxious and arcane damage. When damaged with a melee weapon this
spell will inflict divine damage on target. Must have completed the quest "Key Evidence".
Hammer of Justice (1417 favor) - Summons a limited pet to aid the caster. Must have completed the quest "Trial of the Gatekeeper".
Final Judgment (1574 favor) - Inflicts magic damage to target equal to 50% of the casters total health. Cannot exceed 50% of the target's maximum health. Must be hated by your current target. Must have completed the quest "The Jury".
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