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|a||Mench||2h||Doing a bit of everything.|
|-||ReeferMadness||1m||May the bridges I burn light the way.|
|And 17 more hiding and/or disguised|
-Hey Boss Guy, how am I doing?
-Well Joe you're a baka. We don't like you too much. But tell you what go over there and bash this guys face in and I'll think about telling my boys you been doing more for us, scanner?
An ooc method of finding out where you stand from an IC perspective doesn't make much sense. As to the weekly limit, it itself is an OOC limiter, so we made an OOC item in @stats to help you keep track a bit better. This would be an OOC method for an IC matter, not the same as the weekly limit item.
Hope that helps? Never be afraid to puppet. Ever ever. Interact with NPCs and tell great stories.
Look at it this way - I know my boss. I think she likes me, but does she actually or is she just really good at pretending, and do I as a real person have the ability to know what is truth and what is not? You're asking to codify the way the game responds to you so that you have a point of truth, when your character has no basis for knowing this.
I'm afraid that the relation to the check around the automated chyen limitation is a flawed logic, as it was added as a way to help players understand why an automated system was operating differently than they would otherwise expect. There is no basis for such a link to a groups or NPCs linking to your character.
You're also asking for a large amount of GM work that does not improve your gameplay experience in the slightest in the way the game is intended to be played.
There are ways In-Game for you to figure this information out, and whilst I appreciate the idea, I don't see us adding this in the fashion you are suggesting in the future.
Most of my bad feelings about puppeting went away with the puppet-request tool. It's suuuuper convenient now. If you have something like this to ask about. Puppet away, and sort of forget about it. You'll be pleasantly surprised when it happens!