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Message no. 1
From: WOMBAT <WESTONCP7253@********.BITNET>
Subject: Marriage, and kids
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1993 16:30:18 -0400
Hi,
Has anyone come up with some of the effects of marriage? I.E.
is there any special advantages like an extra Karma pool or somehting?
The way we play it, being married gives the couple an extra Karma pool
when together. This pool is used for things like conception tests, and as
a normal team pool as well. (Especially useful when husband is a Shaman
and the wife is a Mage, This connection allows us to work together)

Well, my 's worth
Rascal
Message no. 2
From: steven mancini <mancinis@******.CC.PURDUE.EDU>
Subject: Re: Marriage, and kids
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1993 23:03:52 EST
To quote WOMBAT:
]
] Hi,
] Has anyone come up with some of the effects of marriage? I.E.
] is there any special advantages like an extra Karma pool or somehting?
] The way we play it, being married gives the couple an extra Karma pool
] when together. This pool is used for things like conception tests, and as
] a normal team pool as well. (Especially useful when husband is a Shaman
] and the wife is a Mage, This connection allows us to work together)
]
While dabling in this area- how about family? I role-play half
of a pair of twins who consistantly run together....

You think this Ork Samurai and his human mage sister should
get an isolated pool?

-Minotaur

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