When you join a tribe, you are also placing yourself under the authority of a king/queen. Act to many times as an independent clan, you may very well find yourself under the monarch's suspicion...and subject to their whim.
|“|| The <Monarch> summons your leaders to the tribal hall. At first, it is unclear what his purpose is. <Monarch> meanders from subject to subject, touching upon various incidents in which your clan has acted independently of him. The implication is that the king/queen believes you are trying to show him up, possibly in preparation for a rebellion against him.
- If you unsure about your persuasion skills, then reassuring the monarch with a gift will go over better. However, if you fail, expect the monarch to take action. The larger the gift, the better the chance for a positive result.
- If you have little goods, or cattle, but good bardic skills, then reassure the monarch with a poem of praise. Success will smooth relations, failure will have the monarch take action.
- Saying little, and leaving is definitely an invitation for further action by the monarch.
- Fortune can favor the bold, so you may decide to seek out discontented clans in rebellion. However, if you lack a silver tongue, you may find yourself the lone clan in rebellion.
- If you tell the <Monarch> he/she misinterpreted your actions, success will have him believe you, while failure will have disbelieve you, and take action.