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Dead Laws


The Dead Laws of the nation of Geb regulate relations between the nation’s living and undead inhabitants and protect the rights of both sections of society. Intelligent undead have at least as many rights in Geb as living creatures.

The laws also regulate the ownership of slaves, both living and undead, and some aspects of necromancy. They also prohibit the channelling of positive energy within the nation’s borders.

Those undead who require living creatures to feed upon are provided with specially bred chattels. Of course, not everybody follows the law, so visitors to the country still need to proceed with caution.[1]

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