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Messages - Hakdov

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You could argue that in a high magic setting like D&D usually has that magic makes slavery unnecessary.  Many slave jobs could be done by golems, undead, trained monsters, or permanent enchantments.

Also, as cheap as hirelings are in D&D, why bother with the expense of buying a slave?  They're cheaper to rent.  ;)

I'm more of a Functional gamer.

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More seriously, what has Ray Winninger written that was actually good? He always seemed to be the industry guy who was there in the background, but never rose above the generic dross of the Supplement Threadmill.

So, just like Mearls then.

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