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From: Bradley Aaron Rebh <brebh@*****.BGSU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Lord Torgo again....He's fun to talk about :)
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 18:52:07 -0400
> > You may have won as far as what FASA thinks about it (which to a lot of
> > people is all that's important), but, IMHO, it's still a crappy ruling
> > that I'd like to see thought out some more.
> This shouldn't be an argument, and definitely should *not* be about
> winning. If you have a suggestion for a better implementation, or a
> better ruling, I'd love to hear it; otherwise, leave the horse alone.

I thought that's what I was doing, offering a better ruling or at least
trying to make sense out of the current one.

> (Although the Senator-President example was nice, I still find it
> flawed: Presidents are no longer senators. Similarly, if you have a BA

No, senators aren't presidents, but they're still leaders. Just an
attempt to refute the argument by hansen.

> in Fine Arts, and go back to school for a BA in Fine Arts, you don't
> have a "super BA" -- you have the same degree you came in with. If the
> card specified a different, higher level, it would have used a different
> keyword.)

I wasn't arguing for a "super" version of the ganger leader, I was simply
saying that you still remain the same status (In this case, Ganger
Leader), you just "graduate" with more knowledge (In this case, Leader of
the Pack status). Torgo will remain the same level, he just has more
experience, hence the experience token.

> ((Incidentally, you *can* go back to school for the same degree,
> although it's rarely done, for obvious reasons.))

I don't know if you meant to, but I think you strengthened my point,
thanks Matt.


Bradley Aaron Rebh


920 E.Wooster #4
Bowling Green, OH 43402


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