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Bob Jenkins
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If I receive a warrant through a Nav Card and am already solid with Harken and have an active job with Badger (job not completed) what happens?

I understand I've automatically lost rep with Harken because I can't be solid with him with any Warrant tokens.

But my question is I would I still maintain my active job with Badger since I didn't receive a warrant while working; it was through the Nav card?

Rulebook page 15
Losing Rep
Contacts do not like it when someone working for them gets tagged by the
Alliance. If you receive a Warrant while working a Job for a Contact,
any reputation with that Contact is lost along with any and all benefits
for being Solid. Niska takes particular offense to this kind of misstep (see Niska’s special rule for details). You may subsequently again prove
yourself useful by completing a Job for the offended Contact and restore
your Solid rep.

 
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Reverend Uncle Bastard
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"Working" a job is only the part where you are actively taking the "work" action. So once you have done the "work" action to pick up your cargo you are not considered to be "working" a job until you reach your destination and do another "work" action to complete the job.

The time you are flying between locations is not considered "working" a job, even if it is "active". So in your example you would not lose your Badger job.
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reverendunclebastard wrote:
"Working" a job is only the part where you are actively taking the "work" action. So once you have done the "work" action to pick up your cargo you are not considered to be "working" a job until you reach your destination and do another "work" action to complete the job.

The time you are flying between locations is not considered "working" a job, even if it is "active". So in your example you would not lose your Badger job.
really? i would have thought from the moment you start the job, until the moment you end the job, that you are "working" the job...
 
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Seems to be a distinction between a work action and working a job. It would be difficult to keep track of who is working which job simultaneously
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John_VW wrote:
reverendunclebastard wrote:
"Working" a job is only the part where you are actively taking the "work" action. So once you have done the "work" action to pick up your cargo you are not considered to be "working" a job until you reach your destination and do another "work" action to complete the job.

The time you are flying between locations is not considered "working" a job, even if it is "active". So in your example you would not lose your Badger job.
really? i would have thought from the moment you start the job, until the moment you end the job, that you are "working" the job...


Nope, this has been discussed at length elsewhere. You are only "working" when you are actively doing a "work" action.
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And what about starting a 2nd Job/ Are the Crew who are working the 1st specifically excused from working on another. Not really otherwise it would be difficult to keep track of who is working on which Job...

As mentioned Working a Job only applies to the actual "Work" action when you start or finish a Job and not between these Actions.

Does that make it clearer? Hope so.
 
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References for those too lazy to use google themselves...

Warrants and active jobs.
Active Jobs + Warrants Question

Official FAQ - Page 4:

"Crew are only considered to be Working the Job during the Work Action."

http://www.flamesofwar.com/Portals/0/all_images/GF9/Firefly/...
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Jay Johnson
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the Solid Rep with Harken is lost whenever you get a Warrant, regardless of the origin of that Warrant. And you cannot become Solid with Harken if you have an outstanding Warrant. (there are certain cards which give you "Solid with Harken" status, which aren't lost when you pick up a Warrant, though.

the active Badger job is still intact in your scenario, though. Only Warrants picked up through Misbehave cards drawn while performing a work action for that job trigger job loss (and a loss of Solid Rep with that contact, if you already had it).
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The big difference here is between "Working a Job" which requires a work action and "having an active job" which is what happens between the time you start job and finish it.
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