Brew Bird wrote:
Pathfinder Wiki seems to denote 'human language'? I guess if you interpret 'human' as the dominant species, if your campaign was set entirely in Kyonin, for example, instead of Elven, you would refer to the language as Common?
So how long does someone has to be dead before it is considered archeology instead of grave robbing?
I think this can also be very subjective. While you can easily separate archaeology from grave robbing, grave robbing can be a superset of archaeology- in the sense that you're doing the same thing for different goals and objectives.
I'd also say that it's also a subjective matter. While you might be extracting for research/preservation, it can also be considered grave robbing if there's an intent for objects to not be removed from the tomb, as in the case with many individuals of power, such as Emperors or Pharaohs. Your reasons, however noble, collide with the interests or intent of the deceased.
Even if you have legal grounds- approval from a ruler or landowner, it can still be grave robbing if there are individuals or a society that takes offense to what you're doing. Take this for example: You find the site of a native burial mound- it's on public (government) land, and you are able to obtain permits and paperwork that allows you to excavate and study the mound. Natives elsewhere in the country, who are not families of the inhabitant(s) of the burial mound find this offensive and disagree with you desecrating the mound. What you're doing is both archaeology and grave robbing.
The least restrictive means is probably to require the hospital to perform first aid and then transfer the patient to a public hospital.
If anything, the bill should exclude company entities- such as the cases where the business is incorporated or otherwise is separated from yourself.
If you're the sole business owner, in the sense that you are the legal owner of the business and the business assets- in that the business is not a legal entity separate from the owner(s), then it should be treated as private property not unlike a home. On the other hand, if it's a company entity, where the business and the owner are separate entities in the law, then the business should be exempt from the law. While people can have religious beliefs, a completely imaginary entity that exists only under the law cannot. ^^
i.e. A mom and pop shop might be able to block someone, but McDonald's would not, maybe?
Of course Gen Con is going to be unhappy about the bill. Gen Con attendees are going to be using businesses in Indy before and after they're in the convention hall.
It's a gaming convention. We go there, we have fun and we make buddies. That's going to be harder to do if people have trouble finding somewhere to stay, places to eat, and enter the convention in a sour or unfriendly mood.
While excessively overpowered, the Death Perception eyes in the Tsukihimeart of the Nasuverse have a weakness. The more you use them, the stronger they get, and the most your sanity slips away.
Any excessively strong ability will have a similarly crippling weakness. i.e. Birds have a superior flying ability, but horrifically crippled walking ability. Opposite for Ostriches. Humans have very high intelligence, but little to no biological adaptation for defense or offense.