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From: hansen <hansen@********.COM.SG>
Subject: Re: Lord Torgo again....He's fun to talk about :)
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 08:14:44 +0800
>> >That's a very interesting argument and a fresh outlook at the ruling,
>> >I'm not getting it. :P I understand the concept, I just don't agree
>> >it. I'm not trying to be a jerk here (I honestly don't know, I was an
>> >major in College), where did you find that concept? the way that you
>> >about it, it sounds like it's a math theory or something. :)
>> Ge I guess I was listening in Math class.
>maybe, guess that makes you a better person than me. :P
>> >Sorry, but ignorance _can_be_ bliss. :)
>> Yes, but usually spells trouble at the very least....
>> >Theory aside, how can something be a ganger twice? If I go back to
>> >and finish my drawing degree, I'm not an Artist-2. I'm still an Artist,
>> >just now can be considered a Drawer and a 3-D Artist, right?
>> Ok... Let's simplify this a little....
>> You have an Art degree.
>> You go back to school and apply for the course again....
>> You pass and you get another degree.
>> You now have 2 Art degrees but the second one (actually in the case of a
>> degree it's the one with lower grades) is redundant.
>> You were an artist before and you still are an artist...
>my point exactly, thank you very much. So, Torgo "graduates" to a new
>level of Ganger Leadership and ignores the part of becoming a Ganger
>Leader, he simply gains more abilities without losing his old ones.

I meant the SAME course... Ok... In art you might (nothing very
earthshaking) learn something new... But in a subject like Science, Maths or
Engineering you would hardly learn anything new.

Also this is not about gaining abilities... Abilities are reflected in the
game by skill. The only thing special about LotP from other profession
adding cards is the experience token. It seems to reflect the skill of
tactic/strategy.... So in this the only exception.


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