Diplomatic Immunity (D20 Modern Feat)

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Diplomatic Immunity

You have a certain immunity from legal prosecution for acts committed while on business for your affiliated faction.
Prerequisite: Noble Title, Church Ordination, or Guild Commission.
Benefit: If you commit a crime while on official business, you cannot be prosecuted for it. You can still be expelled from a fief depending on whom you wronged, but you cannot be imprisoned, fined or sold into slavery for your actions. This includes such acts as espionage or even murder. However, this does not make you immune from the condemnation of your own superiors.
If your deed caused a great deal of trouble or loss of political power, you may find your self out of favor or even stripped of rank. Sure, you’ve avoided jail time, but Diplomatic Immunity is not an excuse to act with impunity against your enemies and get away scot-free.

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