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What is the legal situation of shifters in the Sioux Nation?

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Carmody

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« on: (06:49:54/03-13-17) »
Hi all,

I could not easily find the answer to this question, so if anyone knows I would be glad  :)
Basically I want to know whether they have citizenship, and if not, how badly they are tracked.

Thanks in advance
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Kiirnodel

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« Reply #1 on: (07:45:07/03-13-17) »
The answer is actually quite simple. Run Faster, pg 100, entry for Shapeshifters about International Status:

"The NAN states, Amazonia, Azania, and Aztlan recognize shapeshifter sapience and issue them SINs when they come in from the wild."

Carmody

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« Reply #2 on: (08:34:03/03-13-17) »
ok, I have to admit I did not search at all...  :-[
I was thinking that the information would be much more difficult to find.
Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for the fast answer  :)

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« Reply #3 on: (09:22:44/03-13-17) »
No problem. If it makes you feel a bit better, if I hadn't double-checked it in the book first, I would have been wrong (my gut response was that the NAN nations weren't on that list). And the only reason I knew that the list was there to find was because I've done my research on Shifters before.

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« Reply #4 on: (17:56:02/03-16-17) »
SR4's Running Wild has a nice section on Shapechangers. The author visits a Sioux family of Wolf-Shifters, where the male is a Sioux Wildcat.