|Kinstrife and Consequences|
In the parlor with the pipe
|“||<X>, the popular son of a thane, has apparently killed his cousin, <Y>, in a drunken quarrel. There couldn't be a worst case of kinslaying, the most terrible thing that can happen in Orlanthi society. Because public law does not extend to a family matter, there is very little the ring can do to make things right. It is a wound that cannot heal. Some say that kinslaying brings Chaos, but others think that a poetic truth, not a literal one.||”|
- You can try to encourage <X> to leave of his own accord, but if he believes he is innocent, then he may refuse.
- If you wish to directly stop a possible rise of Chaos, calling for Uroxi warriors or directly sacrificing to Urox are among the best choices. However, it is very possible for your actions to fail, especially if you had bad relations with the Uroxi, or if you are stingy on your sacrfices.
- Sometimes Chaos is given strength if you acknowledge its effects. So, if you discourage extreme/destructive mourning, the hope is you won't attract any further attention. Be aware that members of your clan, even your ring, may not agree with this choice.
- Orlanthi are an emotional people, and as such can exhibit extreme mourning behavior. This will improve clan relations, but may attract the attention of Chaos.