2.6.5 Defining Groups
Groups are the basis of Influence skills, which control one's ability
to use the rumor and influence commands such as
Defining groups is straightforward, requiring only that you specify a minimum Status level required, if any, and a `tag line' to be shown when rumors circulating within the group are displayed.
==================================== >> What is the category for this definition? >> [Enter category, or .l to list choices, or .q to quit] >> What is the name of this Group? >> [Enter a name, or .q to quit] ====================================
Enter `group' for the category and the name of the group, such as `Underworld' or `Police'.
==================================== >> Is there a minimum Status level for this Group? >> [Enter 'yes', 'no', or .q to quit] ====================================
If a specific status is required in order to join the group (that is,
as a prequisite for the <group> Influence skill), enter `yes'
here. Status, recall, is on a scale
ranging from 3 to 18, with 8 being a normal, average citizen, and 4 and
14 being the lowest and highest levels that the system will let players
select (higher or lower values would have to be manually set by a
wizard, by modifying the character's
==================================== >> Please enter a tag sring for rumors in this group. >> Example: 'It's going around amoung the
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