The vote was tied between Option 1 and Option 3, and the dice selected Option 3. I got a little I hope you enjoy me, ah, luxuriating in getting to write that scene. Because this one is such a honking big one, I'm going to allow a full week for voting, until Sunday; during the week I'll put up I actually forgot that I brushed aside naming her when I named everyone else!
Lerkur - 40 minutes ago Both outcomes seem like they could end badly. I get the sense that if Carafa's turned in now, she'll be thrown in jail right away, only to be silenced before we can talk to her. On the other hand, Mayonne might face some more violent opposition if we leave her alone to interrogate her, either that Carafa wasn't working alone or someone who took the news worse decides to serve justice for Galya.
Though if I had to choose, holding onto allies makes more sense. And unless everything done inside the stomach down to the weird empathy thing was a ruse which seems unlikely at this point then Mayonne has been proven to be someone we can trust.
Trying to interrogate Carafa with Mayonne before turning her in seems like we're just trying to be greedy and have the best of both worlds. So, I vote Option 1, but if possible, don't let Carafa leave our sight. As for pointing fingers, I'm still not sure if we can do that. A lot of the hints can be taken more than one way, I think. The Duke is the one bending the numbers, which is what tipped us off of wrongdoing in the first place, but it's to try and keep the region stable according to Vicaria.
Duchess Maranonida might have a seccret grudge for Champions since she failed to become one, but she might just be an avid admirer. Vicaria might have tried to get us hammered before the kidnapping attempt, or she just thought a good drink would help conversation with the new champion.
Gesualdo seems unlikely at this point, unless his attraction to predators stems from consorting with hungry demonesses.
Even the second daughter raises a few flags, since she's gaining relevance in the plot, has a massive interest in Champions, she claimed Joanna's room right after it's former occupant was declared dead, yet we never seem to hear her name, Even though we know her siblings' names to be Sir Venosa and Lady Conzi supernatural chicanery in stories sometimes involves a person's true name.
Though that could just be coincidence, and the objective is to keep children out of a sexy vore adventure. Sansuki, is there a reason we haven't heard her name yet? Or am I just being oddly paranoid? Sorry in advance if this is a dumb question. Graywolf18 - 6 hours ago Oh shit, I think I forgot how I was totally unaware she was a cougar.
Hence, when referring to a person or a personal attribute, it is "Characterized by or exhibiting bitterness, scorn or mockery. They'll likely be interested in hearing this demon slave spill her guts before she meets Galya's.
D Then immediately after that we have a distraught little girl to apologize to. I kinda felt bad about that one