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From:     Eugene Shumu1insky <static@??.???.????.edu>
Date:     Tue, 24 Sep 1996 10:09:32 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:  Re: Tech vs Magic
In our last episode, Shelby Michlin said:
>Sorry Static, I couldn't help myself. <g>

	(:

>Our technology is rather widespread for good reasons, compared with fantasy.
>Mages and people with magic talent are very rare. Also they can, and do,
>work independently. Finally, they have a very easy time getting vast sums of
>money, without becoming a bottleneck in a process to run plumbing through a
>medeival city! Where's the motivation? Further, who can afford to buy, when
>we've got serfs and peasants?

	You're totally right.  Mages *are* rare, and that limits quite
a few things.  My complaint was about camaigns where it seems like
every other person is a spellcaster of some sort.  (:

-Static

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Tech vs Magic    Shelby Michlin    23 Sep 1996 22:56:13
Re: Tech vs Magic    Eugene Shumu1insky    24 Sep 1996 14:09:32
Re: Tech vs Magic    Sten Are Amundsen    25 Sep 1996 10:54:58

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