"Let me have this one. It's time I cleared my name."

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From: Framing the Lieutenants

Your Disgraced Rattus Faber Bandit-Chief wants this task. It demands no brawn, only courage and cunning. His speech on the subject is brief but dignified.

Game Instructions: This is probably a suicide mission, but at least he'll die redeemed.

Unlocked with Ratmasked.png 1 x Disgraced Rattus Faber Bandit-Chief

Challenge information

Narrow, Angel.png Serenity of the Plaster Face 3

  • 0 - high-risk (30%)
  • 1 - tough (40%)
  • 2 - very chancy (50%)
  • 3 - chancy (60%)
  • 4 - modest (70%)
  • 5 - very modest (80%)
  • 6 - low-risk (90%)
  • 7 and above - straightforward (100%)


A fall in the cause of duty

[He] tells no lies and invents no rumours. He does his business only by asking questions. […]

You receive back the body of your former companion. He is wrapped in a cloth of midnight blue. A single white deathcap is tucked between his paws.

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Rare Success

An unlooked-for escape!

[…] Soon half the L.B.s distrust the other half, and they all look guilty to the Big Rat. Almost none of the high-ranking L.B.s survive the ensuing battle.

In the general slaughter, your disgraced chieftain walks away, disgraced no longer.

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The last disgrace

[…] How high in the organisation do you have to be before you can see the Big Rat without his faces on? Where are we keeping the secret weapon stash? Besides us, who else knows the Three-Claw-Tap[…?]

Alas, he faces an adversary of equal cunning.[…]

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