Helping new people.
#23044

Part of the Public Relations function is to help and train new people and that is what Eidothea and I do. In fact we spend quite a bit of time doing it.


We are fortunate in that we are able to give basic training to Wizards, Warlocks and Enchanters because we are mages and we share the same skillset.


We are familiar enough with the way that skills work in that we would never swap a new person once they had started learning and before endapprentice because they lose any benefits from lessons they have already learned.


The nearest I would come to that is asking a Warlock whether they were happy with the \"evil\" focus of their city and if not accept them into Mercinae into a good city which would suit them better.


The same goes with subbed non-guilded newbies - questions such as Good or Evil, Fighter/Non-fighter, Magic, weapons or forestry all help find out which guild and city would suit a person best. That is our role as PR.


sense

If a newbie thinks of Eido or I first when they are asked about guild tutors its because we have actually taken the time out to talk to them. I trained a lw unsubbed wizard and warlock today just because it is fun and because any new joining *the profession* is a potential credit to the profession.


If you have a complaint - provide evidence. Provide lists of wizards coerced by promises of glory to quit guild before endapprentice to join the mages, where are the hundreds of paladins hypnotised into quit guild to join the knights?


Watching newbies when others are with them and past the scholarship quests is spying to be honest and of no possible aide to anyone.


I can't even begin to comprehend what relevence this comment had:


Lady Eloire says, \"I think all avalon knows. You aren't loved even in your own city. \".


Thrown in when you failed to produce *any* evidence of a corrupted minor.



sense

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Written by my hand on the 23rd of Paglost, in the year 1164.