From: Rob Thornton <oblate777_at_pupRmhS-Ajgddrz806Uql8fO1ZHzO6Zrn2RvVu7PgIoxHf4X_QjHhlew7fCTPzE3n1v1f2EH82jeYFY.yahoo.invalid>
Subject: Re:Outlawry = death
Date: Tuesday, 6 January, 2009, 5:27 PM
On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Neil Robinson <OrlanthiFool_at_ntXPZY5hpqsPwU4kTdL4oo2ZaVYo5joMvLuI0ja0cn4uyFm8bQAx1XvBYls7oEPzX2dlLckdsLopJAX8KDhF.yahoo.invalid>
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 8:25 AM, Rob Thornton <oblate777_at_pupRmhS-Ajgddrz806Uql8fO1ZHzO6Zrn2RvVu7PgIoxHf4X_QjHhlew7fCTPzE3n1v1f2EH82jeYFY.yahoo.invalid>
> Which does bring up the situation where someone has been unjustly outlawed
>> (in the Full Outlaw sense). Is he or she permanently outlawed because
>> clan decrees it? Does the severing of magical bonds only happen if
>> (etc.) and the ancestors know the truth?
>> Interesting gray area I think.
> Sounds like you have the start of story, or an action adventure TV series.
Oh yes, I like it. Say a Humakti is sworn to kill a man who has been unjustly outlawed. The only clue the falsely accused man has is that the Real Killer had a rather *unique* chaos feature....
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