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 The Acolyte represents a Nibelung caster of some variety (such as a Caller or Chanter) as opposed to an actual religious figure. The Nibelung aren't capable of worshipping any gods, though they often revere their Unseelie creator in a similar fashion. You could rename it to whichever Adversary you might have it represent in battle, or give it a proper name. The //Religious Quote// Action could become //Way of the Nibelung// while //Strong Faith// is renamed to //Hissed Chant//. No Trait or other mechanical changes are necessary. The Acolyte represents a Nibelung caster of some variety (such as a Caller or Chanter) as opposed to an actual religious figure. The Nibelung aren't capable of worshipping any gods, though they often revere their Unseelie creator in a similar fashion. You could rename it to whichever Adversary you might have it represent in battle, or give it a proper name. The //Religious Quote// Action could become //Way of the Nibelung// while //Strong Faith// is renamed to //Hissed Chant//. No Trait or other mechanical changes are necessary.
  
-You may wish approaching The Throne to be a poor tactic for the PCs as it makes the clan leader feel more threatened and likely to attack. An easy way to achieve this is to add the following effect to The Throne: Whenever a PC ends their turn in this position, the Debate Counter advances one notch toward defeat; this advancement cannot trigger Assists or Interrupts. This adjustment is highly recommended for the four player setup; otherwise you might have to swap out the Sycophants for Leaders of some kind in order to keep the PCs in the less advantageous ​positions (and perhaps force the PCs to all start in Skull Banners).+You may wish approaching The Throne to be a poor tactic for the PCs as it makes the clan leader feel more threatened and likely to attack. An easy way to achieve this is to add the following effect to The Throne: Whenever a PC ends their turn in this position, the Debate Counter advances one notch toward defeat; this advancement cannot trigger Assists or Interrupts. This adjustment is highly recommended for the four player setup; otherwise you might have to swap out the Sycophants for Leaders of some kind in order to keep the PCs in the disadvantageous ​positions (and perhaps force the PCs to all start in Skull Banners).
  
 [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_1|More level 1 interaction scenarios]] [[dm_s_toolbox_book_3_chapter_1|More level 1 interaction scenarios]]
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