THAT’S ACQUISIONS MEDIATOR, THANKYOUVERYMUCH
CURIOSITY KILLED THE… OH LOOK, A BAUBLE
MY FAERIE GODMOTHER’S FAILED APPRENTICE
DON’T EVER TURN YOUR BACK ON ME
EVER BALANCING ON A KNIFE’S EDGE
IN SEVICE TO THE BARON
MY TWO-BUMPKIN LONGCOAT
SPECIALTY ASPECT 3
SPECIALTY ASPECT 4
SPECIALTY ASPECT 5
- GREAT +4: Stealth, Larceny
- GOOD +3: Rapport, Resolve, Deceive
- FAIR +2: Fey Magic, Missile Combat, Investigate, Lore [Streetwise]
- AVERAGE +1: Profession [Factor], Lore [Faerie Lore], Athletics, Ressources, Provoke
Refresh, Stunts and Extras
MAXIMUM REFRESH: 6
CURRENT REFRESH: 3
Sneak Attack (Stealth)
Description: Use Stealth to attack from ambush or by surprise.
Description: It’s not that you’re a good liar – possibly far from it. It’s more that you’re so good at not letting the other guy get a word in edgeways that he can’t work out if you’re lying or not.
As long as you keep talking, you can cover up increasingly ludicrous lies. Start fast-talking the target as a contest between your Rapport and their Resolve or Rapport. If you win, the conversation continues; repeat the roll on the next exchange. If you fail, no matter how poorly, you can spend a Fate point to continue as if you had. As long as you keep talking and continue to spend Fate points to defer failures, your endless blathering prevents the target from working out what you’re doing. The difficulty of any perception (usually Notice) checks by the target relating to the fast talk are based on your Rapport skill, or your last successful roll, whichever is higher.
The target of the fast talk, although definitely distracted, is by no means helpless: he responds normally to being attacked or otherwise disturbed, and to obvious stimuli like friends being attacked, shouting, etc. Using Blather on multiple opponents allows each to defend, and you incur a -1 penalty for each additional opponent. Once you stop talking, it may be time for a quick exit…
Description: You have been trained in the ways of the Fey, have a trace of Faerie Blood, or both. You gain access to the Trickster and Fey schools and may select three spells from those schools.