Your just due

Hello, fellow Londoners!

I need your advice on the following:

&quotYour just due


Persons of a certain standing don’t actually need to buy premises at the Bazaar… but the paperwork for being assigned space near the glistening black spires is unimaginable. Chalk-nosed bureaucrats have leapt into the river rather than face it.

You can acquire Bazaar Permits via the Bazaar Sidestreets, or by using Nostalgia items in your inventory.&quot

This one swallows quite a number of Permits, but what does it give in return? Is it worth all the time and crime it requires to grind?

It gives you the Lengthy Lease to Premises at the Bazaar - slightly cheaper than buying from Penstock’s Land Agency.

Thank you very much, lady Ciel! (Won’t tell or send you anything pleasant this time - too dangerous, you might have noticed - but still appreciate your clarification).

For some reason I thought it gives cheaper Permits, once you’ve collected a bulk of them. But it gives Lodgings. One day this Lengthy Lease may be useful.

It is very useful!

The card has three useful options - inviting a player with this card gives 2 Scrap and 40 Cryptic Clues immediately, talking to the Ambassador can give you between 1 to 2 Echoes of items, and Engaging in Commence guarantee 4 Scraps and 2 Echoes if you can pass the check (but that one is risky if you don’t have 250 Persuasive). Additionally, if a player accept your invites from this lodging, you also get one Strong-Backed Labour (dunno if they patched that out).

And it is a Frequent Card.

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[quote=Estelle Knoht]It is very useful!

The card has three useful options - inviting a player with this card gives 2 Scrap and 40 Cryptic Clues immediately, talking to the Ambassador can give you between 1 to 2 Echoes of items, and Engaging in Commence guarantee 4 Scraps and 2 Echoes if you can pass the check (but that one is risky if you don’t have 250 Persuasive). Additionally, if a player accept your invites from this lodging, you also get one Strong-Backed Labour (dunno if they patched that out).

And it is a Frequent Card.

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Thank you for this valuable remark, Ms Knoht.

wave and wince at the orchestra to indicate a ‘stop it, you! Don’t start it again!’ sort of painful reminiscence