Gupta made her mind up to strike before Ravjahani could even begin to speak, but even as her body put her plan into motion – to use the icon of apet to teleport behind her foe – it did so in a way Gupta could not have bidden, nor anticipated. Since the revelation of her divinity, she had noticed a frisson of power within her – as more and more eladrin began to hear that Srasma had returned. (Xambria had said how strange it was to be inside her head right now. Like witnessing a miracle first-hand.)
Instead of teleporting, her body began to grow, to expand, until, in an instant, she towered over twelve-feet tall. Her skin was blue, with green tiger stripes, her eyes blazed with fury; her rajput’s helm became a towering crown; the arsenal a flaming sword. Her other hand reached out for Cula Ravjhani, who quailed and sank to her knees.
When the goddess touched her, her whole personality was stripped away. She was suddenly no one, just like Catherine Romana.
End of Mini-session
While I suppose the answer will be somewhat opaque to me since I don't know the system, I'm curious how this played out. Tabletop RPGs generally aren't set up to handle characters developing powers unexpectedly like this, so it makes me wonder (stand in wonder, even). Did you just drop the mechanics in favor of straight storytelling? Did you hand the player a new character sheet? Is she just using the rules for the Sacrament (as translated into your system, of course)?