Use an experience point ‘slush fund’ to encourage role-playing

By | February 8, 2010

While there are several different connotations for the term, one definition for “slush fund” is an account in the general ledger of a company that uses the double-entry system of bookkeeping. Essentially, the slush fund is used to record transactions involving funds commingled from other accounts, and as the default place to record transactions and expenses that shouldn’t properly be recorded elsewhere in the …

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Use an experience point ‘slush fund’ to encourage role-playing

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