From: Kenneth G. Cavness (
Date: 12/18/95

On Mon, 18 Dec 1995, Levork wrote:

> > Perhaps it manages both, but it makes little sense. Why would a 
> > non-prototype mob be any different from a prototyped mob, short of stats?
> For freeing strings associated with the mob, when free_char is called. It 
> is generally safe to free all the strings of non-prototyped mobs (mobs with 
> rnum -1); but if the mob is prototyped then freeing strings screws up all 
> future invocations of that mob.

_OH_. You mean _That_ sort of prototyping.

*duh me*

So, which of us is right? Does ch->nr check for prototyping or for 
whether there's a descriptor link on the mob?

Should be interesting to know.

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