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PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2007 6:08 pm 
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I think you get 3 s for GEF & G each and 2 s for a moot?
So about 2 g & 2 s for a whole year????
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When dealing with Mages ... "By my high and ..."
*click* 'Through'

Works most times and if you leave it to the right moment it stills costs them a card ...

If anything with the addition of greater access to 'point and waggle fingers' ranged combat (the blasty spells) it makes Archery more of an affectation than a skill. However that said, we -may- need to aim to hit but we -can- go get our arrows back, same can't be said for those little bitty pieces of paper with spell power written on them!

Swings and roundabouts, mages are great for a short duration, warriors are great for stress relief, archer's make good targets and Healers still make the best muggers (discern injury ... oh I did miss a bit!)


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IC stealing again...

No stealing from unlammied containers...does this mean everyone is going to need lammies for their coin pouches?

Also, any rulings on groups keeping their ic fund in their ooc tent?

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Also, any rulings on groups keeping their ic fund in their ooc tent?

Dunno. I keep mine in my OOC bag in my OOC tent, but that is well away from play areas currently.
When I was young(er) and more hardcore I'd keep it in my car.
Either way I need to make a decided trip to get at it. Ideally one might transport off, go OOC and get it and then transport back?

Surely no-one carries around their total worldly wealth all the time??


If you had an IC tent, it would be more fun for all (including the owners) to keep it in a locked strongbox (with a very cheap evaluate lammie) which was nailed to the ground!


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No stealing from unlammied containers...does this mean everyone is going to need lammies for their coin pouches?

No, because that is On You and so can be found by Searching.


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I was thinking more along the lines of if it was to be left in an ic tent, for instance (yes, not the smartest move)

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To steal the pouch, yes, it would need to be lammied in theory. However, if it's in an IC area, then the pouch is similar to a chest or other container, in that it can be opened and the contents inspected, to see if they are stealable (i.e. coins or lammied items).


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Aye. What about other IC items? For examples maps people might draw themselves (should they have cartography). These are IC props and so do they count as things similar to IC money and scrolls? If so, would they also cover things like IC ledgers?

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"No", from you or from a table.

To be stealable it must have either a lammie, which makes it A Thing, or IC cash, which belongs to the LT and you just use it, or have lorecodes.

If you have a document which has lore codes then its like being lammied.
Assuming Game Control are still doing the thing where you can go and get a lorecodes sticker put on paperwork

And scrolls, I can't remember whether they have lorecodes, but if they are LT blanks or have the LT sticky label, then as lammied.

At one end, you can Steal a sword with a lammie on it, you can't Steal a sword without a lammie on it. Or a command tent, even if they are out.


Subject to a drive-by Kate-ing.


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Again, subject to this possibly just being my bright idea and wrong...
take a Ref.
a Ref can count as a lammie so, in theory, they could be the lammie for stuff.
but this is only a concept atm.


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Or a command tent, even if they are out.


*cough*

or chairs, tables etc.

*whistles*


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The conversation to decide when they expire would certainly be interesting...

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Rich wrote:
or chairs, tables etc.

(Thieves Guild marquee, Gathering of 1097, nearly had the tent as well!)


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Getting people off the front line when they're injured looks to be more interesting now...warriors sheathing weapons to drag people back at slow walking pace with two hands...

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Yes.

While I believe one person may enable another person to do it in a "more roleplayed way", just hooking one big bloke in chain and plate under the arm with your own sword arm is clearly right out.

Consider some, erm... extremes.. erm, well me and Rich, as he's here.
While mighty Jax-Ur might just about drag a prone Raven with one hand and panick like a drow with the other, heroic Raven would have to resort to at least a full "fireman's lift" to transport the mangled yet majestic mage.
And that's possibly only a full on LRP Raven rather than a inadvertantly flattened Mr Gaunt.....


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Aye...It was pretty bad when people tried running off with seventeen stone Spirius in one hand, at arm's length :D

The application of dead weight tended to be a reminder, lol

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Again, subject to this possibly just being my bright idea and wrong...
take a Ref.
a Ref can count as a lammie so, in theory, they could be the lammie for stuff.
but this is only a concept atm.

Ignore this. I was right in that it was a bad bright idea.

Also, to confirm something I hadn't read properly.
you Must Not keep lammied gubbins in an unlammied IC box.

You can leave ledgers and confessions of [censored] merrily about the place and people can't take them - unless - you actively get them stickered.
Depends what use you will have for these documents?


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Cool thats me all clued up. Cheers :)

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DM wrote:
Consider some, erm... extremes.. erm, well me and Rich, as he's here.
While mighty Jax-Ur might just about drag a prone Raven with one hand and panick like a drow with the other, heroic Raven would have to resort to at least a full "fireman's lift" to transport the mangled yet majestic mage.
And that's possibly only a full on LRP Raven rather than a inadvertantly flattened Mr Gaunt.....


Dave, please don't take this the wrong way, but I will NEVER even ATTEMPT to lift you :)


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Hmm, the days of being able to acquire provisional lords are gone ...

Unless I find someone to help me ... *grins evilly*

Still can't use them as a shield anymore *pouts*


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