thanks much, I'll see if I can post the 2 actions tonight (had a server

1) Modify Unit
2) Research Technology

Look for them tomorrow (Saturday)

Tim Nutting

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> To: birthright@MPGN.COM
> Subject: Re: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Hold Action & Investiture
> Date: Friday, May 09, 1997 7:31 AM
> In a message dated 97-05-09 01:59:02 EDT, you write:
> >2 Questions that the rules seem unclear on:
> >
> >1) Hold Action indicates in the last 2 sentences that once used, the
> >regent may only _respond_ to actions against him, then it says that if
> >regent doesn't use his action by the end of the action round, he
> >Does this mean that if no one irritates the regent he wasted his action
> >holding?
> That's the way I interpret it. I would think that the best use for this
> action would be if you knew that a neighboring regrent was going to
> war against you, or some other severe circumstance.
> >2) Investiture's success number is "modified by the difference in
> >Bloodline Strengths between the two regents". Previous wordage puts the
> >bloodline strength as the actual line rating (Tainted to True), while
> >is the number of blood points. If it is the Strength, what are the
> >modifers? If it is the score, isn't that a bit akward? (I have one
> >with a score of 12, and another with a score of 48, that would be a +36
> >added to a d20 roll... hrmmm....)
> This refers to score. I don't think that this is awkward, because this
> only used when the regent to be divested is UNwilling. Then, it makes
> perfect sense. If a Tainted regent (score 12) wanted to steal an
> Major regent's domain (score 48), then making it nigh impossible (+36 on
> for the theft to occur is perfectly acceptable, simply because the Major
> regents ties to the land are just too strong to be broken by the Tainted
> >Any answers would be helpful (this looks to be a very forseeable action
> >my game sometime soon).
> >
> >I also have 2 new domain actions to post to the list if anyone is
> >interested, or if that is allowed (?)
> >
> POST EM!!! POST EM!!!!
> Good luck,
> Richard
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