> --- In WorldofGlorantha_at_yahoogroups.com, Michael Hitchens
> <michaelh_at_...> wrote:
>> is a "normal" flaw, could an ogre "buy it down"? What happens to an
>> ogre who doesn't crave human flesh, let alone eat it?
> I'd say an ogre can't buy down the flaw without serious magical
> conditioning. An ogre trying to become a human is like trying to raise
> a polar bear as a pet. In theory it can work, especially when it's
> still just a cute bear-cub. Ultimately it's a man eating predator
> though, and at some point it will propably just "snap", maul it's
> owner and eat him/her.
> If an ogre decides to become a human, he/she has to do some serious
> heroquesting. Go to the beginning of the ogres in the greater
> darkness, and survive without resorting to cannibalism and chaos
> worship, I'd say... and not get eaten by the ancestral ogres.
Fair enough - and much more interesting than just buying down a flaw. But if they do, would they cease to be chaotic - in practical terms, for example, not show up on Storm Bull's chaos sense?
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