For any religion, mystics follow a spiritual path which involves direct address to the spiritual forces (rather than indirectly addressing them through priests); cultivating an intuitive awareness of spiritual things (rather than simply hearing about them from their priests); and a personal experience of the sacred or magical (rather than looking towards priests or absent saints who experience it for them). There are Christian, Jewish, Islamic, and Buddhist mystics, among others.

Powerful weapons and Armour found in Ultima III (My second favourite Ultima, after Ultima IV). Mystics were not as strong as some of the other weapons, but they were extremely light.

Spoiler! (but if you haven't played ultima 3 by now, you probably never will) Mystics were found by going to a small island to the north of sosaria, and using the (O)ther command and typing <dig>
Mystic

This morning
     Upon walking into the bathroom
And looking
     Above the sink, where the mirror used to be


A window
     Into another world
I found
     Through which stood


A man
     Beyond my years
And wider
     By far


Than I
     Within tired eyes, Then
Recognition swelled
     Behind tears

Mys"tic (?), Mys"tic*al (?), a. [L. mysticus, Gr. belonging to secret rites, from one initiated: cf. F. mystique. See 1st Mystery, Misty.]

1.

Remote from or beyond human comprehension; baffling human understanding; unknowable; obscure; mysterious.

Heaven's numerous hierarchy span The mystic gulf from God to man. Emerson.

God hath revealed a way mystical and supernatural. Hooker.

2.

Importing or implying mysticism; involving some secret meaning; allegorical; emblematical; as, a mystic dance; mystic Babylon.

Thus, then, did the spirit of unity and meekness inspire every joint and sinew of the mystical body. Milton.

-- Mys"tic*al*ly, adv. -- Mys"tic*al*ness, n.

 

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Mys"tic (?), n.

One given to mysticism; one who holds mystical views, interpretations, etc.; especially, in ecclesiastical history, one who professed mysticism. See Mysticism.

 

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