From: Stephen Mann <smann@?????????.???????????.??.us> Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1993 03:19:13 -0500 Subject: Re: SPJ: The Spelljammer's Aid Society
Seems to me that a Spelljammer's Aid Society could be like a credit card company. You pay monthly/anuual/etc membership fees for basic services and additional fees for special services. Paying a higher membership fee might grant you additional levels of services: Basic Services: a bunk and simple daily meals at any SAS Hostel, for the period of one week (?) every month. Access to a jobs bulletin board, travel bulletin board, etc. Friendly Services: Basic Service plus access to single rooms and improved food, longer residence times, special job/travel/insurance reference services, etc. Patron Services: Friendly Service plus access to suite accomodations and full-time residence status, complimentary medical services, improved job/travel/insurance references services with decreased prices, etc. Unless you had instantaneous communication between spheres, members need some permanent symbol of membership (tattoo, etc). Members would need to establish files on worlds they travel to in order to gain anything above Basic Services. /s.
|SPJ: The Spelljammer's Aid Society||Richard J Pugh|
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|Re: SPJ: The Spelljammer's Aid Society||Robert M. Branson|
|Re: SPJ: The Spelljammer's Aid Society||Stephen Mann|