Author Topic: Re: Slaving  (Read 796 times)


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Re: Slaving
« on: March 19, 2018, 01:10:08 PM »
Generally speaking, unless you're a templar or someone, you don't have the power as a PC to enslave another PC (or NPC) and doing so would result in their removal from the game anyway (storage).

May I ask why the PC who was taken as a slave would be stored as opposed to the slave-taking PC? I could be wrong, but it would seem that the player who took the slave was the one breaking the rules unless the slave PC wanted to be enslaved. Could the enslaved PC not just be released?

Why are the consequences of storage places upon the PC who presumably had no choice in the matter of their own enslavement?


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Re: Slaving
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2018, 07:50:26 PM »
Templars have the power of life and death over commoners.  In this case, storage is equivalent to death, but IC'ly enslavement may make more sense than killing someone.


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Re: Slaving
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2018, 12:20:55 AM »
It would be in a situation where like a templar hauled you off to the templar quarter/jail, and said:  To the slave pens with you, to work the rest of your days in the sid mines!

And then, rather than killing you (which they could easily do) we just store your PC.

You can't just walk up to someone and say that you're enslaving them on the street.