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 If your group is adept at moving the Counter, consider swapping the Smart-ass for a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_2#​cynic|Cynic]] or a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_2#​lackey|Lackey]] to make things a bit more challenging from that angle. If your group is adept at moving the Counter, consider swapping the Smart-ass for a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_2#​cynic|Cynic]] or a [[analects_book_4_part_3_chapter_2#​lackey|Lackey]] to make things a bit more challenging from that angle.
  
-If the PCs are bluffing and don't actually have an urgent reason to get into the city, especially if they'​re actually up to no good, start the Debate Counter farther back to reflect the greater difficulty of convincing the guards with a lie. However, if the PCs don't really need to get inside particularly fast, consider whether it's worth running a scenario ​at all.+If the PCs are bluffing and don't actually have an urgent reason to get into the city, especially if they'​re actually up to no good, start the Debate Counter farther back to reflect the greater difficulty of convincing the guards with a lie. However, if the PCs don't really need to get inside particularly fast, you need some other motivation for running a scenario. If the PCs have gained some infamy, maybe they'​re having to try to pass off a disguise to get inside. In this case, remove the Roused Rabble and the Patient Pilgrims.
  
 [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_2|More level 2 interaction scenarios]] [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_2|More level 2 interaction scenarios]]
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