# Undertake a course in the Red Mathematics

The Creditor exists on a scale scarcely comprehensible to the mortal span. How can its wants be measured, when even its most fleeting thoughts are eternities?

Unlocked with  exactly 2

Locked with  8

#### Challenge information

Narrow, 10 (50% base)

• 6 and below - almost impossible (10%)
• 7 - high-risk (20%)
• 8 - high-risk (30%)
• 9 - tough (40%)
• 10 - very chancy (50%)
• 11 - chancy (60%)
• 12 - modest (70%)
• 13 - very modest (80%)
• 14 - low-risk (90%)
• 15 and above - straightforward (100%)

## Success

Red architecture

How does one measure probity? Where does one rule rectitude? Multiply dissent, manufacture consent and achieve a happy equilibrium? […]

Now multiply that by the time since before the Bazaar fell, minus the known prehistory of the Earth. […]

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

## Failure

High and yet not high enough

[…] forced to stop when […] hair bleeds […] fingertips ignite[…] It is to take the very concept of zero and drill it into its component parts[…] probabilities of their every need[…] then multiply that again to feel a fraction of what the Creditor feels. Every hour; […] day; […] second.

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