So, I was taking a look at Hendrickson's Miss River Aff, and I have a few questions that I hope can be clarified:
Their last advantage focuses on genocide/racism, which is a form of structural violence. At the same time, they have a bunch of advantage subsets that focus on biodiversity & extinction. Lastly, they have a framework card basically saying that low probability impacts should be evaluated at 0. Isn't that a bit contradictory with the Houma Indian advantage? If not, I would to love hear an explanation why.