This is a continuation after the Saraska III: Crown Test if you supported one of the other kings/queens to follow in Saraska's footsteps.
After Saraska's fall, you decided to throw your lot in with another ruler. Needless to say, that didn't pan out, and you are still feeling the consequences...
|Saraska VI: Fitness to Rule|
|Next||Abdication or Tribal Dissension|
|“|| Chieftains and nobles form the other clans of the tribe come to protest your support of <other Tribal Monarch> during the recent Saraska incident. "After it was clear there would be no kingdom, and that Saraska was a fraud, <other Tribal Monarch> tried to make a kingdom anyway. <Your King/Queen> sided with her, and many of your warriors were hurt. It pains us to say this, but we must question <Your King/Queen>'s judgment, and ask whether someone so foolish is fit to rule our great tribe.
1. Abdicate the throne.
- Abdicating the throne leads to Abdication/Overthrow of Monarch.
- Apologizing for an error made may be the best choice to make if your other tribemates generally respect you. After all, even the best may make mistakes. However, if the other clans are unsure of your rule, you will face internal trouble.
- You may deflect your wrong doing by blaming the other king's/queen's bad magic. Be sure your oratory skills are good, because the other clans won't want a leader who can be easily corrupted by another's magic.
- You may scold the other clans for their loyalty. After all, as king/queen, your leader was chosen with Orlanth's approval. Of course, if you don't sway them sufficiently, they can reply your actions have lost the gods' favor.
- If you wish to buy some time, tell the other clans you will think about what they have said. However, this matter will be brough up later.
- If options 2, 3, and 4 don't satisfy the protesting clans, then you may face Tribal Dissension.