Shared Bond

Cost: CP and EssenceReq/Limit:

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Commitment to Institution (Seniority/Rank)
vs.
Commitment to Values (Bond)

A Shared Bond of a group is handled nearly like another character,

Levels of Shared Bonds

Trivial

Req: Membership or belonging usually requires some token of a fee or tithe, presentation of a symbol, and/or registration for a roll or list. Additionally there may be a basic Code of Conduct the group subscribes to that members must accept being associated with.

A casual relationship of some shared interest and values that allows a shared pool of Inspiration. Access to services is typically at reduced costs or free depending on seniority, rank or office.

  1. Access to common knowledge and teachers.
  2. Financial means or vouchsafe – borrowing/lending, credit, and stipends.
  3. Mundane supplies for outfitting and provisioning.
  4. Sustenance – food and water basics.
  5. Guidance on choices, decisions and life steps.

Minor

Req: {Cumulative} A set of Minor Tenets members must embrace and live their lives in accordance with.

  1. Access to common and uncommon knowledge and teachers.
  2. Financial means or vouchsafe – borrowing/lending, credit, and stipends.
  3. Mundane supplies for outfitting and provisioning.
  4. Sustenance – food and water basics and beyond.
  5. Guidance and sponsorship on choices, decisions and life steps.
  6. Borrowing of special, expensive, or non-mundane items.
  7. Healing, shelter, and rehabilitation.

Major

Req: {Cumulative} A set of Major Tenets members must embrace and live their lives in accordance with.

Preeminent

Req: {Cumulative}
Story: There must be a story (similar to a Character Stories) of the formation, development, and current status of the group it represents.

  1. Access to common, uncommon, and rare knowledge and teachers.
  2. Financial means or vouchsafe – borrowing/lending, credit, and stipends.
  3. Mundane supplies for outfitting and provisioning.
  4. Sustenance – food and water basics and beyond.
  5. Guidance and sponsorship on choices, decisions and life steps.
  6. Borrowing of special, expensive, or non-mundane items.
  7. Healing, shelter (even hiding from authorities), and quicker rehabilitation.

Each organization may have benefits specific to it. Possible benefits include (but are not limited to):

Interacting with agents of a group can be done by Skill checks, usually with adjustments depending on the level of membership, or using accumulated group Inspiration. In t