Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

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Snudge
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Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by Snudge » 2012-05-13

If a squire or a noble demonstrates openly a lack of knowledge of the rules of the game/club. Is there anything that can be done to fix the problem, and who would you take something like that too? VP as chairman of the noble council?
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Re: Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by ylinett » 2012-05-13

VP or Senate, depending on how much of a pain you want to be.
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Re: Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by Snudge » 2012-05-13

Thanks, not having a problem with anyone. Just a general knowledge question
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Re: Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by Sir Gwydion » 2012-05-14

You could also address a friendly neighborhood Noble, who will make fun of said unknowledgeable Noble until he reads the book again.
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Re: Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by Lord Valfryn » 2012-05-14

Mockery is key.
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Re: Squires & Nobles Knowledge Question

Post by Sir Caetrel » 2012-05-14

One would obtain the best results by taking their issue to the current VP, and also to any active Noble of your choice, asking both to agree that they will forward the issue to the NC. That would guarantee NC review of any issue.

It's important to note the difference between talking to a Noble casually about an issue, and asking a noble to deal with something officially. For example, if you came up to me and said "That guy is a tool." I would nod and think you were just letting off steam. But if you said, "That guy has a chronic problem with x,y and z and I wish someone would look into it", I'd take that as a complaint and make sure that it was heard and reviewed.

We don't try and be cops/ narcs all the time and want to have fun like everyone else, but serious complaints do get treated seriously.
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