Awesome: Fallen London

  • If you choose to let him do it, the Disgraced Rattus Faber Bandit-Chief finally clearing his name by setting up an Enemy Civil War to take down the Big Rat's lieutenants. Usually, he dies in the ensuing fray - but if the random number gods are smiling upon you, he returns victorious and no longer disgraced.
  • The conclusion of the story of the Missionary and the Firebrand, if you choose to "rail at them". To quote, "they've dragged you up and down Fallen London, halfway across the Quarter, tried to strip you of your memories," and then billed you for a 400-echo MacGuffin. Your character is not impressed, and does not hold back.
    "What are you doing down here? Why can't you leave well enough alone? How would you both like to b____r off back to the Surface and leave real Londoners to get on with real life? Did you really spend a year looking for the Nadir without even knowing what it was? Who are you people?"
  • As the governor of Port Carnelian, an envoy from the Mithridate Office may appear during term to offer your character intelligence. Your secretary advises against this, and it's a hard Watchful check, but success gives you this:
    "Every word sounds true; every sentence is plausible; but it contradicts either your information or your intuition. None of it is worth writing down. Until, that is, he describes the tiger's affinity for flame - at this, you take up your pen for the first time, and write a short note. The Poised Envoy stutters as you do, drags a finger to his lips, and takes his leave."
  • In a possible future shown to you by July in Parabola, you are able to save Paris from becoming the Sixth City. Possibly by putting a bullet between the eyes of a Master.
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