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04-14 Well, duh.

Thu, 31st Oct, 2019

BMR on Thu, 31st Oct, 2019

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So, yeah, it's obvious to us because we can see all the other events happening, but I feel it would be reasonable to say that it wouldn't be immediately obvious that it really was a directed assassination as opposed to an attack of opportunity. For one, Hartwig and Frode don't know that Joakim's the grandson of the current emperor. They just know he's some noble kid, a "little lordling" of some kind. Perhaps a duke's son? Or maybe a count's brat? They can probably guess he's relatively high up, but probably wouldn't suspect that he's that high up.


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Haegan2005 on Thu, 31st Oct, 2019

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Most players would think that this was a random encounter. :)

BMR on Thu, 31st Oct, 2019

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Haha! Very true :)

Reminds me of that time in a campaign where we had just leveled, I (LE cleric) had just gotten myself a zombie manticore, the fighter had gotten a brand spanking new magical axe, the rogue managed to snag a ring that let her fly, etc... We were really sure of ourselves. Then, BAM! Random dire bear pack encounter =p It did not go well for us, heh.

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