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These statements:

duration = rand_range(1,5)*globals.person.stats.smaf,
rewardpool = {bestialessenceing = (10 + (globals.player.stats.smaf*10))},

must be evaluated at runtime: I don't think you can put them in a dictionary like that.
I guess they have to be surrounded by quotation marks ("...") and passed as arguments to globals.evaluate(). See for instance the job parameter "unlockreqs" in jobs&,, which is evaluated in

if globals.evaluate(i.unlockreqs) == true:

It is possible to define things like that if they are in the local scope of a function that is called at run time. These expressions are presumably being evaluated when is loaded and at that time globals.player may have no assigned value.

I will try that.  Thank you.