Hrrm... a wild thought struck me, and I'm wondering if it breaks the IC/OOC barrier. Can you assign a person to your stuff, and then, if you die, tell them who you want them to go to? Or would you have to do that while alive?
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Even if this was against the rules, there would be no way to enforce it. Much like the law that says you can't text while driving. I'm not saying it's okay to break rules because it isn't, I'm just saying that there really is no way they would ever know.
However, I don't think this is really against the rules anyway.
Besides, if he sent it to you, and then died, why would he suddenly want it to be sent to someone else? Why would he just send it to someone else in the first place?
Foop, the will restriction is about CODING wills. We already have coded rules about what happens to assets on death, so if you assign things appropriately, then you can effectively get a will be careful manipulation of the rules. (And I don't mean manipulation in a bad way.)
There is nothing to stop you from asking someone who inherited a ship to pass it on to another CURRENT character. Obviously we all know it's illegal to receive it back with your recreate. There's also nothing to stop them from completely ignoring you. It would be better to have them agree to pass it on before you died, if you thought you were going to be at risk, but as Foop says it's unenforceable, and I don't think anyone would even want to try. Of course, even if you get them to agree while you're alive, they can STILL completely ignore you when you die and keep the ship. It's up to them.
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