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 If the PCs have built a local reputation, increase the starting Debate Counter by a notch or two and/or add another round or two to the Round Limit. If the noble is acting on a plot rather than sincere suspicion, additional measures might be taken to account for this; add another Accomplice or (especially with 5 players) a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_3#​shrill_objector|Shrill Objector]] or two. If the PCs have built a local reputation, increase the starting Debate Counter by a notch or two and/or add another round or two to the Round Limit. If the noble is acting on a plot rather than sincere suspicion, additional measures might be taken to account for this; add another Accomplice or (especially with 5 players) a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_3#​shrill_objector|Shrill Objector]] or two.
  
-Add some flavor by inserting the local jester as a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_3#​fool|Fool]];​ this Opponent begins in Before the Throne and plays Actions against a random target from all those available other than itself, including other Opponents. Because it's more of a third party and not really part of the discussion beyond comedic quips, no entity can advance the Debate Counter with any sort of play against the Fool. The Fool also ignores any effect that requires it to play Actions against specific targets (such as a PC Priest). Finally, the Fool cannot trigger the Emissary'​s //Aghast// Interrupt if it happens to defeat another Opponent. If you include the Fool, be sure to insert condition-healing cards into the Emissary'​s deck.+Add some flavor by inserting the local jester as a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_3#​fool|Fool]];​ this Opponent begins in Before the Throne and plays Actions against a random target from all those available other than itself, including other Opponents. Because it's more of a third party and not really part of the discussion beyond comedic quips, no entity can advance the Debate Counter with any sort of play against the Fool. The Fool also ignores any effect that requires it to play Actions against specific targets (such as a PC Priest). Finally, the Fool cannot trigger the Emissary'​s //Aghast// Interrupt if it happens to defeat another Opponent. If you include the Fool, be sure to insert condition-healing cards into the Emissary'​s deck. If you want to keep things simpler, just add the Fool as a normal Opponent in place of an Accomplice.
  
 [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_3|More level 3 interaction scenarios]] [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_3|More level 3 interaction scenarios]]
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