|Meeting the Contestants|
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While you may think your the best candidate for hand of the Grazer monarch, there are a few others who think otherwise.
Event Dialogue: King
As the delegation leaves the Grazer encampment, <King> meets the other contestants for the hand of the Feathered Horse Queen. One is <X>, king of the northern Orlanthi kingdom of Tarsh. The other is <Y>, king of the local <Z> tribe.
Event Dialogue: Queen
|“|| As the delegation leaves the Grazer encampment, <Queen> meets the other contestants for the hand of the Luminous Stallion King. One is <X>, Queen of the northern Orlanthi kingdom of Tarsh. The other is <Y>, queen of the local <Z> tribe.
These consequences apply to both the King and Queen dialogues.
- If you have good relations with the Tarshites and with the local tribe, assuring them a fair contest has them declare the same promise.
- Some may try to attack advantage of this situation and tilt the contest in their odds by attacking the other candidates. This is not recommended. Even if your king/queen survives, then there is no way for you to win the long game.
- If you give them enough gifts, they will pledge a fair contest. Generosity is a virtue in this circumstance.
- A basic choice, you can ignore the other candidates, and go straight to Ferena Brooslayer. However, you may wish to pick one of the other options if you want to improve relations with the other contestants.
- Some may figure the best way to win is to convince the other candidates to exit the contest, and you may offer gifts to have the others resign. However, this doesn't work, and angers the other contestants.
- Taunting them accomplishes little other than aggravating the other contestants, although it's possible for them to enjoy taunting you back with superior japes.