Affix a Bright Brass Skull to your (Skeleton Type)
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From: Assemble a Skeleton
It will be more striking than convincing. But with enough skill, you might make it look less unnatural.
Game Instructions: Even on success, this will always make your skeleton a bit more implausible. Success makes the effect less severe.
Wiki note: The title of this option varies depending on the Skeleton: Torso Style of your skeleton.
- 1 and below - almost impossible (10%)
- 2 - high-risk (20%)
- 3 - high-risk (30%)
- 4 - tough (40%)
- 5 - very chancy (50%)
- 6 - chancy (60%)
- 7 - modest (70%)
- 8 - very modest (80%)
- 9 - low-risk (90%)
- 10 and above - straightforward (100%)
Brass plating on the vertebrae
[…] Suggest that there was a natural process of replacement going on, metal for bone […]
[…] anyone with a scientific mind will still have questions. But you cannot avoid an artistic satisfaction when at last it's all done.
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- You've lost 1 x Bright Brass Skull
- You've gained 6500 x Approximate Value of Your Skeleton in Pennies
- You've lost 1 x Skeleton: Skulls Needed
- You've gained 1 x Skeleton: Skulls
- Your skeleton has become less believable. (Increases Skeleton: Self-Evident Implausibility by 2)
- You've lost 200 x Nevercold Brass Sliver
How to explain that?
Could you persuade a gullible anthropologist that this skeleton results from unusual burial rites? Perhaps the deceased lost his head, and the grieving family forged a replacement before committing him to the grave?