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There exist reasons why you can't do 98% of the things you stated you expect to be able to do. Most of the reasons you can't do them is because being able to would, for example, give many people a great deal of ability to inflict harm while under prot

ection.


Unfortunately, by posting as you did, you pretty much show that you do not understand the very valid rationale behind the whys and why nots and how abilities interact in Avalon. I blame that mostly on your poor link--not worth taking an hour reading h

elp files and exploring interactions that take others 15 min investigate. However, you are probably better served asking the questions of gods and others rather than exposing yourself to ridicule by posting.


I must also agree with Orthwein that the situation you describe is a very drab and dull one and wouldn't offer any incentive for anyone to do anything. Everything you demand that the autodefences of the cities should be handling, you should be demandi

ng of your city government. In fact, it is something I really encouraged people to demand of themselves--working, learning from their mistakes, being vigilant and helpful, improving themselves and starting all over again.


Avalon has become drab and too easy as it is now. I long for the days of city forts-people may have huddled around them for safety, but at least they huddled together in one place and were forced to react and plan for attacks instead of huddling separ

ately in barracks and storerooms around the cities and guilds.


That is probably a very strong factor in the weakness exhibited by the anti-Thakrians--they have the option to huddle frightened alone in a dark room, instead of experiencing the even mild bonding effect of huddling as a group, sharing the persecution

That is probably a very strong factor in the weakness exhibited by the anti-Thakrians--they have the option to huddle frightened alone in a dark room, instead of experiencing the even mild bonding effect of huddling as a group, sharing the persecution


Proteus


Written by my hand on the 24th of Hindyear, in the year 1001.