[pnpgm] re Oblivion

John Haight sang_real at msn.com
Tue Jun 4 15:40:37 CEST 2019

   "They're large bags and have a larger capacity and also reduced weight. So, yes, they're bigger on the inside than they appear. The largest capacity is a bit more than double the size of a large sack with the others being a bit more than half as large again. We'll just have to make sure items are properly wrapped to avoid punctures."

OOC:   Scott, let us know if shields and the like will be a problem.

From: David Sanders <dasandersx at comcast.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 9:16 AM
To: John Haight
Subject: Re: [pnpgm] re Oblivion

"Is the mouth of the bag large enough to allow a large shield to pass?  What about weapons?  Is the bag tall enough to hold them?  The bags may reduce weight but it’s not like the bag is bigger inside than out...or is it...?"

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On Jun 3, 2019, at 9:35 PM, John Haight <sang_real at msn.com<mailto:sang_real at msn.com>> wrote:


    I'm guessing that this is a continuation of the conversation that takes place on the 1st (for mana purposes)


   "The simplest answer might be storing your gear in my bags. They're enchanted to reduce encumbrance. If an emergency arises you can claim them from there or I can translocate them out of the bag if need be, possibly even on you if the situation permits.
   I doubt we'll be searched but I can claim that they're to be sold if anyone asks."

From: pnpgm <pnpgm-bounces at list.powersandperils.org<mailto:pnpgm-bounces at list.powersandperils.org>> on behalf of Alex Koponen <alexkoponen at gmail.com<mailto:alexkoponen at gmail.com>>
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Subject: [pnpgm] re Oblivion

Z'leyra answers Dorhak, "It would be really handy if the spell worked like that...but unless you have some living entity holding the objects that doesn't mind missing out on events and trusts that I will be able to bring them back as planned the spell doesn't seem to vanish and bring back objects. Sorry."
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