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12th May 2017, 8:00 AM in Chunin Exam Arc
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RandomRex6 12th May 2017, 8:00 AM edit delete
A good GM has a very good explanation why people would choose to work for a villain who clearly doesn't give a damn what happens to them.

Or a the very least a vague one.

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Rastaba 12th May 2017, 10:44 AM edit delete reply
If I were a villain, I would provide my minions with great health benefits...I mean if they're just minions odds are they aren't gonna wind up surviving long enough to cash in, and any betrayal voids all benefits. And if they do wind up surviving odds are they are really good at such and could be very useful and thus worth the benefits. I'm a villain, what's it matter if it is a little expensive, I can just knock over a bank and recoup it! Or rather have my minions do it, effectively tricking them into paying for it themselves.
emmerlaus 12th May 2017, 11:00 AM edit delete reply
... or simply have undead minions. No backstab, no money to spend on minions.

Which resume pretty much The Revival technique Orochimaru used now that I think about it.
Solokov 12th May 2017, 2:02 PM edit delete reply
Perhaps, but hen you're stuck with brain dead minions, or if you go for a better revival, minions who may or may not have motivations and intesrests outside the bounds of what you want them to do, which can lead towards backstabbery...

So in the end it's still a good idea to treat your minions with at least a few ounces of respect.
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