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-====Hubris / Healing ​====+
  
 === Hubris === === Hubris ===
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 Mortals who aspire to greatness are lauded by the gods and rewarded with an afterlife in the <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​isles_of_the_blessed">​Isles of the Blessed</​apdx>​. Mortals who place themselves above other mortals or who claim the power of immortals are committing hubris and are condemned to <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​tartarus">​Tartarus</​apdx>​. This is a fine line to tread but players and Game Leaders should revel in the rise of a Champion and their fall into hubris. The gods are always happy to use Champions as a morality tale for mortals. Mortals who aspire to greatness are lauded by the gods and rewarded with an afterlife in the <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​isles_of_the_blessed">​Isles of the Blessed</​apdx>​. Mortals who place themselves above other mortals or who claim the power of immortals are committing hubris and are condemned to <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​tartarus">​Tartarus</​apdx>​. This is a fine line to tread but players and Game Leaders should revel in the rise of a Champion and their fall into hubris. The gods are always happy to use Champions as a morality tale for mortals.
    
-==== Healing ​====+=== Healing ===
  
 Recovery for injury and illness is a slow process and the Healing Throttle is set to once a week (see Page 38, 6d6 RPG Core). Recovery for injury and illness is a slow process and the Healing Throttle is set to once a week (see Page 38, 6d6 RPG Core).
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