|Centaur or Secret Murder|
|“||One of your thralls, <X> reports that a centaur slew one of your carls, <Y>, when both were returning from a trip to inspect some cattle the <Z clan> want to trade to you. "It came out of nowhere," <X> says, "It was huge, and fire came out of its eyes. I don't know why it didn't kill both of us, but it didn't, so I've lived to tell the tale."||”|
- Composing a poem will raise the attitude of your people if it is successful, while a failure will have your people wondering at the lack of effort.
- A successful divination will reveal that <X> is responsible for the death, and should be the one punished.
- Consoling <Y>'s family, if perceived as sincere, will raise the mood of the grieving ones.
- Outlawing <X> may be possible if others do believe he is responsible for the death, so conducting the divination first is recommended. After making <X> into an outlaw, you can then decide whether to slay him or not.
- A successful sacrifice to the gods will raise your clan magic as <X>'s spirit becomes one with the ancestors.
- If you believe <X>, or just are looking for an excuse to attack the Beastfolk (such as if they are your clan's enemy), then sending a war party to hunt centaurs is your choice. Realize that this will definitely worsen relations with the Beastfolk.