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Can Milletians Get Pregnant?

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  • HelsaHelsa
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    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?

    Nope, you presupposed it, then went from that.
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?

    Nope, you presupposed it, then went from that.

    No I meant the question was answered back then my by my current presupposition.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?

    Nope, you presupposed it, then went from that.

    No I meant the question was answered back then my by my current presupposition.

    Let's review:
    Question: Can Milletians get pregnant.
    Reply: If Milletians can get pregnant then it is concluded that their kids aren't Milletians.

    The reply does not work as some kind of "Reduction to Absurdity" argument or whatever the opposite of that is called. The reply does not answer the original question at all. It's like saying:

    Little boy: Mommy, I used the potty all by myself!
    Mommy: Did you have a number 1 or a number 2.
    Little Boy: If I had a number 2, I'd have to sit down.

    It doesn't answer the question!
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?

    Nope, you presupposed it, then went from that.

    No I meant the question was answered back then my by my current presupposition.

    Let's review:
    Question: Can Milletians get pregnant.
    Reply: If Milletians can get pregnant then it is concluded that their kids aren't Milletians.

    The reply does not work as some kind of "Reduction to Absurdity" argument or whatever the opposite of that is called. The reply does not answer the original question at all. It's like saying:

    Little boy: Mommy, I used the potty all by myself!
    Mommy: Did you have a number 1 or a number 2.
    Little Boy: If I had a number 2, I'd have to sit down.

    It doesn't answer the question!

    Well as far as we've seen, we haven't seen any Milletian get pregnant and that is with a certainty for player Milletians. For NPC Milletians, we don't know what happens off-screen, but no one has physically seen it.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    If a child is born by Milletian parents in Erinn, the children are not Milletians but a different category...
    That is what I shall conclude.

    That presupposes the answer to the question stated in the title of the thread.

    Yes it does.

    Then it's a non-sequitur since it does not answer the question.

    Wasn't the original question answered?

    Nope, you presupposed it, then went from that.

    No I meant the question was answered back then my by my current presupposition.

    Let's review:
    Question: Can Milletians get pregnant.
    Reply: If Milletians can get pregnant then it is concluded that their kids aren't Milletians.

    The reply does not work as some kind of "Reduction to Absurdity" argument or whatever the opposite of that is called. The reply does not answer the original question at all. It's like saying:

    Little boy: Mommy, I used the potty all by myself!
    Mommy: Did you have a number 1 or a number 2.
    Little Boy: If I had a number 2, I'd have to sit down.

    It doesn't answer the question!

    Well as far as we've seen, we haven't seen any Milletian get pregnant and that is with a certainty for player Milletians. For NPC Milletians, we don't know what happens off-screen, but no one has physically seen it.

    No we haven't, hence the original question, I reckon. Anyway, this is my take:
    Helsa wrote: »
    Okay, well, the ultimate answer is, no . . . not until the developers program it in.

    Granted it's boring and not much fun.

  • CrimsọnCrimsọn
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    Milletians can't get pregnant, although they do marry and adopt.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Crimsọn wrote: »
    Milletians can't get pregnant, although they do marry and adopt.

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  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Crimsọn wrote: »
    Milletians can't get pregnant, although they do marry and adopt.

    Nao creates all the Milletian children.
    Crimsọn
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Crimsọn wrote: »
    Milletians can't get pregnant, although they do marry and adopt.

    Nao creates all the Milletian children.

    Does she or is she a kind of shepherd for the soul stream.
    Crimsọn
  • JayoJayo
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    I assume they can, just our character keeps getting asked to do stuff so they never get a chance to truly settle down.
    Crimsọn
  • CrimsọnCrimsọn
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    Why we be adopting then?
  • 9276942692769426
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    edited December 21, 2021
    Fluorette wrote: »
    I've wondered about this, too.

    Alyn from The Little Orphan Alyn Event was a Milletian. Assuming her parents were also Milletian... yeah.
    On the other hand, she was an event character, so I don't know if that counts as canon.

    It does. Milletians can get pregnant.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    92769426 wrote: »
    Fluorette wrote: »
    I've wondered about this, too.

    Alyn from The Little Orphan Alyn Event was a Milletian. Assuming her parents were also Milletian... yeah.
    On the other hand, she was an event character, so I don't know if that counts as canon.

    It does. Milletians can get pregnant.

    Maybe NPC Milletians can, but PC Milletians cannot. I mean how many times have you come around a corner to see two players spamming the Laugh emote at each other. Despite all that, the youngest thing I've ever seen running around is a ten-year old.

    As a side thought, is NPC Milletian an oxymoron?
  • ThePravinThePravin
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    Be kinda hard when they have underwear fused where the needed parts would be.
  • HelsaHelsa
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    ThePravin wrote: »
    Be kinda hard when they have underwear fused where the needed parts would be.

    These things always begin with things being hard.