Well, Geo had stated that Wargoth had "the same weakness" as Warlic. I'm choosing to interpret this as being completely identical, down to the exact limit of mana that can be generated before he goes ka-blooey(in the same statement, Geo said that this weakness is the reason Wargoth hadn't destroyed Lore yet).
Same weakness could simpy mean that it works the same, not that the capacity is the same. Nothing here implies the same limitations.
Besides, there's nothing that would imply Wargont being "pure" would alter the maximum mana or how efficient he is. In fact, based on Geo's statement on Wargoth, it implies that that is not the case.
The only way for Wargoth to somehow have more max mana, or be more efficient, is if he somehow got more than all of Warlic's magic from Warlic.
Actually, not only did Geo's quote not rule it out, but there are also a few possible explanations. Take pretty much any electrical device you can think of, and take apart its power source. Most likely, you will find that the power source has its output limited, in order to work with the device without damaging it. If the power source is used with less fragile parts, it can be used without such limitation, and as such be used to its fullest.
Wargoth's raw power and mana capacity could simply be too much for a human body to hold, so they are limited to not destroy the body. With a body more suitable for it, he was able to use it unrestrained.
Another way to look at it, is to take any cup and fill it halfway up with water. Due to our atmosphere, it now contains 50% water and 50% air. Take another, identical cup and fill it to the brim with water. It now contains 100% water. Which cup, despite both being technically full, will quench your thirst the most, the pure one or the half-half one?
The same concept can be applied to Warlic, a being that is half-half, and thus not able to reach the full potential of either, in contrast to Wargoth, who has reached the full capacity of one, but completely lacks the other and as such, is not held back by it. If the matter from Warlic's body was used to split into the two parts, then they would each stand only half as tall as Warlic, so clearly it is not an issue related to matter. Because it is not limited by matter, Warlic's magic could well be amplified to fill out more of a being that is specifically made to host it, growing from it's theoretical 50% to 100%, because the vessel no longer had anything to limit the expansion, or the new vessel simply allowed for easier expansion due to less resistence of some sort.
< Message edited by Ninjaty -- 1/4/2018 10:17:37 >