smuray at nac.net
Fri Apr 19 10:17:01 EDT 2002
Tomás Pellón wrote:
> Sorry for bringing bad news, but the Irikyo has been ruled to cause a=20
> variable honor loss, so it can=B4t be used with Soshi Eiji.
In the last week, Jeff's ruled that Ikiryo and Eiji combine just fine at
least three times, saying each time that Ikiryo's not variable because
you know exactly what the honor loss will be at all times.
Kakita Yogoso is a variable honor loss. Ikiryo is not.
Here's the latest one.
Jeff Alexander wrote:
> >From: "Dan Moore" <okiewolf1 at cox.net> Subject: [L5R-CCG] Soshi Eiji Clarifications
> > The debate is, what exactly constitutes variable and non-variable? Since the
> > Ikiryo's honor loss is dependant upon the chi of the personality it is attached to, the
> > honor loss in my opinion would be variable. So the NEW combo of giving the Wandering
> > Monk with a Ikiryo follower to your oponent, then bowing Eiji to make them lose honor
> > would not work. Or would it?
> It's only variable if you don't know how large it's going to be until it happens. The
> Ikiryo's loss can be chosen by Eiji because the amount is known: it's equal to the Chi of
> the Ikiryo's Personality.
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