|Questioning the Chief (Carls)|
|Happens when||Morale too low|
|Next||Carls on Strike|
If everyone in clan furious with the chief, then something must be done. They are definitely willing to court starvation itself if they aren't mollified.
|“||A group of carls comes to the ring to protest the chief, with warriors and others crowding behind them. "We cannot serve such a worthless and capricious chief," their leader says. "<Clan Chief> is courting feuds on all sides with his/her behavior. Belching at god-talkers from other clans! Fondling visiting nobles! Feeding good beer to pigs in the clan hall! We speak for the entire clan today, to show you that even the lowliest and slowest to anger are incensed. Remove <Clan Chief> as chief!||”|
- A temporary solution, persuasion and bribery with livestock may quiet the carls for a time. However, failure will result in further anger, and the carls even refusing to grow crops.
- Demanding they honor the ring and chief will accomplish little other than put the carls' back up against the wall.
- Asking for the chief's resignation, or outlawing the chief will appease the carls a little, but if matters don't improve, they will be back.
- Apologizing and offering to replace the entire ring may bring the most positive response, but it also may force people with little experience on the ring.
If things don't go well, you may face Carls on Strike.