'My lord Bishop. I must confess to an admiration of both your person and your works that renders me a little bashful...'

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From: Ambition: Heart's Desire - The Bishop of St Fiacre's 2


'My lord Bishop. I must confess to an admiration of both your person and your works that renders me a little bashful...'

Flattery and charm. You can do that.


Challenge information

Broad, Fox.png Persuasive 52

  • 36 - very chancy (41%)
  • 45 - chancy (51%)
  • 53 - modest (61%)
  • 62 - very modest (71%)
  • 71 - low-risk (81%)
  • 79 - straightforward (91%)
  • 87 - straightforward (100%)

Success

The Bishop is quite charmed

He nods. He smiles. […] you hint that he has quite a dashing reputation for a man of the cloth, […] he says: 'I understand that you've been seen in the company of a monkey.' There is a significant pause, but not a hostile one.

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Failure

The Bishop is entertained

He nods. He smiles. He preens. […] And then he asks you to get to the point. You find yourself unable to phrase the question in a way that doesn't include the word 'monkey' or 'diabolical'. A knock at the door ends […] your interview.[…]

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