Conditional baggage from Twilight Cards

Often, twilight cards give a player baggage. Sometimes the card simply says that the player gains a good or bad baggage, but in other cases the card might say something like "Louis gains one duty." Duty is an example of conditional baggage. Conditional baggage is always italicized and is normally named after a positive or negative personality

characteristic of some sort, such as greed, guilt, love, or courage. If a player gains conditional baggage, he must look at his current plot card (his current start or crossroads card, not any previous ending card). If the conditional baggage is listed in the good baggage section of the card, he gains good baggage equal to the amount of conditional baggage he gained. If the conditional baggage is listed in the bad baggage section of the card, he gains bad baggage equal to the amount of conditional baggage he gained. If the conditional baggage is listed in neither the good baggage nor the bad baggage section, he gains neither good nor bad baggage.

Example: Louis gains one duty and one loyalty while his "Krausey Case" plot card is in play. Looking at it, he sees that duty is listed in its good baggage section, but loyalty is not listed on the card at all. Therefore, he gains one good baggage.

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