# Await a verdict on Venge-Rats v Urchin (Defence)

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From: Defence of (Trial)

It is plain that these urchins owe nothing.

Game Instructions: This tests your Mithridacy against the prestige of the case. How strong – or tortuous – an argument did you present?

Unlocked with  4,  Venge-Rat v Straggle-Toothed Urchin

#### Challenge information

Narrow, 3 (50% base)

• 0 - high-risk (20%)
• 1 - high-risk (30%)
• 2 - tough (40%)
• 3 - very chancy (50%)
• 4 - chancy (60%)
• 5 - modest (70%)
• 6 - very modest (80%)
• 7 - low-risk (90%)
• 8 and above - straightforward (100%)

Each point of increases the base difficulty by 1 point.

## Success

Victory for the urchins!

The urchins need the verdict read out three times before they grasp that they've won […] once this happens, they run off laughing. "I hope they are eaten by a travelling bear," grumbles one of the Venge-Rats, as it tries to straighten a crooked whisker.

[Find the rest of the story at https://www.fallenlondon.com]

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${\displaystyle {\displaystyle Rats\ on\ a\ String={200 \over {1+e^{-0.2{(Renown-22)}}}}}}$
0 10 20 30 40 50 52+
2 17 80 166 195 199 200

## Failure

Defeat for the urchins!

The newspapers will refer to this case as unconventional. The finer legal minds in London may consider it grotesque. But the rats are satisfied. [...] The notes of this case will be taught to every litter of Venge-Rats for the next seven generations.

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