before anyone post anything in here, we'll need one of the guys in blue or red to confirm that we can actually do what I'm suggesting, which is...
...a collection of spells and effects that mages invent (and rarely trade) to ward of the loneliness that often comes with being Gifted, things like animated bodies, sweet explosions of the mind, illusions with benefits, and that very personal link to your familiar... - all of which might have something of an infernal ring to them.
If it is not possible to collect this on the forum, then please lock this thread rather than delete it...
The people in blue are "spaminators". We were given moderator privileges for the purpose of getting rid of spam not making editorial decisions.
The people in red I haven't seen stop by here without some request in a long time. If posts don't get marked as objectional I very much doubt they'll see the thread.
Here is the relevant portion of the user agreement.
Personally I've long thought that, people being as they are, the order has lots of magic focused on having more and better sex, but games being as they are, it's just more socially comfortable to not have it brought to the table.
um, Aura of Rightful Authority? Disguise of the Transformed Image? Various emotion effecting mentum spells? If you can modify emotions, appearances, etc., then morality is the only thing holding you back. I can't imagine apprentices behaving, considering their options.
Some monks seem to have coped via smutty doodles, but...
There were genuine concerns about too much or too little 'expulsion' for both men and women and the disastrous effect it could have on the balance of humours, eg. Albigensian crusaders dying of abstinence.
Remedies included crying, sweating and blood-letting. Dietary help included avoiding wine and eggs.
Albertus Magnus writes about, ahem, manual solutions for both men and women.