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From: 'My Lady's Bat is Dead'
A poem is a fitting memorial to a late, beloved pet. Even if odes are terribly old-fashioned.
- 28 - very chancy (41%)
- 34 - chancy (51%)
- 41 - modest (61%)
- 48 - very modest (71%)
- 54 - low-risk (81%)
- 61 - straightforward (91%)
- 67 - straightforward (100%)
'Little bat, my lady's darling'You describe the bond between the deviless and her pet in simple, evocative verse. […] Her tears scald your skin, painfully; but she won't let go of your hand. Much later, a funereal gift arrives at your lodgings.
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- Persuasive is increasing…
- An Intimate of Devils is increasing… (+3 CP)
- Wounds is increasing… (+1 CP)
- You've gained 3 x Relic of the Second City
'How I wonder what you're at'Your attempts at a funerary ode are less than successful. Perhaps you should have attempted a more elegiac style. Anyway, the lady is more distressed than ever. She pushes you away as she turns to leave; her nails scorch your skin quite badly.