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After you marry into the aristocracy or are knighted by the monarch, you may take this move when you level up:
When you pull rank, roll +Cha. On a hit, you get what you want. On a 7-9, choose 1.
- You don’t attract the notice of the local lord.
- You don’t leave bitterness and resentment behind.
- You are given a gift of goods or information.
Once you’ve taken pulling rank, the following moves count as class moves for you. In addition to your normal list of moves, you may choose from this list when you level up.
When you defend, you may use Cha instead of Con.
When you carouse, you can hold instead of choosing straight away.
If your recruit is a miss, you are approached by someone close to your requirements as well as an influential and ill-suited candidate.
When you carouse, you may also choose ‘You are introduced to one of the influential’ and ‘You are invited to a social function’.
When you recruit, take +1 forward if you open applications to members of your family.
You have a safe place. Describe it. Reaching it never requires you to undertake a perilous journey.
When you spread malicious rumours about someone, roll +Cha. On a hit, they stick. On a 7-9, choose 1.
- They don’t suspect it was you.
- They don’t have an alibi or evidence to disprove it.
- The relevant authorities are investigating.
Do You Know Who I Am?
When you defend, you may also choose ‘They think better of attacking you’.
When you aid or interfere with someone by giving them a command, roll Cha if it is higher than your bond. In addition, instead of taking -1 or +2, you can instead allow them to use the stat of your choice for the move.
When you pay for supply with your family’s wealth, choose one:
- Your family cuts off your account.
- Your flagrancy attracts attention.
- You are cornered by muggers.