" - The world is extremely large and I am almost certainly missing something," he says. "The three main categories are the innate magical abilities of supernatural beings such as yourself, which cannot be learned by mortals, and then divine and arcane magic. Divine magic is usually from the gods, but there are people who get it from lesser beings - powerful spirits, say, or the world itself. I have... a little magic like that, if I concentrate and think of how it feels in the forest and all the life around me, but I have never studied it."
"And there is arcane magic, which is the magic of - people who study magic. Divine magic is given by the source in - crystalized? form; arcane magic is woven into this form by exceptional skill or unique talent. For some people it is a matter of learning and study, for some it is in the blood; others make deals with powerful beings for the knowledge of how to use it."
"Undead can be made through divine or arcane or innate magic, but Good gods rarely give spells to raise undead, and Pharasma never does. But if you are a very powerful wizard, someone who has studied magic, and you fear your next life, there are ways to remove your soul - this damages it and you, and all known means involve sentient sacrifice - and hide it to become a spirit possessing your body, impossible to permanently harm by anyone who cannot find your soul."
"These are the people who would not want to be returned to life. Because then they could die."