Visit the Factories of the Tentacled Entrepreneur as an invited guest

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From: Rubbery Observances

Perhaps you can arrange an invitation.

Unlocked with Board Member: Tentacled Entrepreneur

Challenge information

Broad, Persuasive 200

  • 137 - very chancy (41%)
  • 170 - chancy (51%)
  • 204 - modest (61%)
  • 237 - very modest (71%)
  • 270 - low-risk (81%)
  • 304 - straightforward (91%)
  • 334 - straightforward (100%)


The usual claims

The Tentacled Entrepreneur takes you on a tour of the factory floor (dozens of Rubbery men working silently in rows; high stools; clockwork machinery). […]

To explain all this, he uses a book of pre-made images. […]


Description summary:
The third paragraph varies based on Airs of Ealing Gardens. Wiki note: Numbers unaccounted for: 30 – 33, 68 – 69, 79 – 80, 87 – 89, 99 – 100

AirsThird Paragraph
1 - 29Stacked by the door are crates and crates of wooden nutcrackers destined for the Surface.
34 - 49Stacked by the door are crates of commemorative pepper-grinders in honour of the Captivating Princess.
50 - 67Piled at one end of the room are dozens of identical clocks ready for shipment.
70 - 78Stacked by the door are crates of miniature model ships, each exquisitely constructed and painted.
81 - 86Today the line is turning out a sequence of identical lamps. Were these designed by Devils? They look rather modish and just a little obscene.
90 - 98Today the line is packing sets of tin soldiers […]: tiny metal Prussians and Frenchmen with painted uniforms. Is that one meant to be Napoleon? Is it usual for Napoleon to have a tentacle for one of his arms? Is that why it's tucked in his jacket?

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Not today

His secretary sends an apologetic note: he has other business, and cannot assist you. The secretary even implies that you were presuming too much.