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23:  Select or Provide a Folder
  In order to keep papers organized, each player character will need a folder, notebook, or envelope, or similar container for his character papers; these may also be necessary for some non-player characters, especially henchmen and retainers.  Some referees may wish to make folders available at their own cost, so that each folder will be different (or similar); other referees may require players to provide the folders within defined parameters.

  The MyWorld house rules state that for each new campaign, the referee will provide one free folder for one character for each player in that campaign, and will provide folders for non-player characters who enter the party at his instigation.  Players are expected to bear the cost of additional character folders which must be acquired for any additional player character the player initiates, as well as for henchmen and retainers which he seeks and acquires.  Followers of the generalized sort need not have their own folders, but may be kept in brief depersonalized form in the folder of the character whom they follow.  Note that such followers do not advance in level, and so require minimal maintenance of paperwork.

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