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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
Posts: 2221

7/31/2017
Last Hallowmas, we had the option of holding onto any spare special confessions till the end of the festival or trading them in for favors. At festival's end, Mr. Huffam came around and purchased all unused confessions for his own inscrutable purposes. The only confession I held onto was Sinning Jenny's. I now wish I had held onto more and would really like to see what Mr. Huffam did with the ones I missed. Feducci's confession trade-in was so short that the wiki has it in its entirety, but all the others are longer and so need to be dug up out of journals.

I'm willing to send a surprise package to anyone who helps out.


Confessions
The Kashmiri Princess
Sinning Jenny
The Kind-Hearted Widow
Lettice
The Illuminated Gentleman
The Captivating Princess
Feducci

Confession Trade-Ins
Sinning Jenny
Feducci

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gronostaj
gronostaj
Posts: 403

7/31/2017
If you copy the incomplete text from wiki with [...] into google search, the first few returned results will be links to random players profiles', where the entry can be seen in entirety. It's how I read through all the confessions and choice results that interested me but I didn't want to pick in-game.
edited by gronostaj on 7/31/2017

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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
Posts: 2221

7/31/2017
I've tried, but google hasn't been at all cooperative. Perhaps you've had more luck?

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gronostaj
gronostaj
Posts: 403

7/31/2017
indeed i had. here you go;

Captivating Princess
Kashmir Princess
Soft-Hearted Widow
Illuminated Gentleman
Lettice

(fun fact: you can enable an option that allows google to learn from your searches. It potentially also enables a dystopian cyberpunk corporate-ruled future where nothing is private anymore, but on the plus side, it's very convenient. the search engine works much better when it knows exactly what sort of results you expect of it.)
edited by gronostaj on 7/31/2017

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Gronostaj (pl. Ermine), a decadent duellist of mysterious and indistinct gender. Seeker. Willing to die- but not of boredom. Open to all social actions, including the harmful ones.
Soft-Spoken Surgeon, a doctor who owes an onerous debt. Professor of medicine at the University by day, at criminal employ by night. Open to all non-harmful social actions.
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Anchovies
Anchovies
Posts: 421

7/31/2017
My word. The Kashmiri Princess, Illuminated Gentleman, and Soft-Hearted Widow have positively heartbreaking confessions.

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gronostaj
gronostaj
Posts: 403

7/31/2017
Anchovies wrote:
My word. The Kashmiri Princess, Illuminated Gentleman, and Soft-Hearted Widow have positively heartbreaking confessions.

soft-hearted widow's confession, the very tone of it, it crushed my heart. almost all of these are so filled with pain and regret, even Feducci's confession has a note if not of regret, then at least a vague acknowledgement that people died because of his vanity. it's all very sad.

and then there's the captivating princess.

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Soft-Spoken Surgeon, a doctor who owes an onerous debt. Professor of medicine at the University by day, at criminal employ by night. Open to all non-harmful social actions.
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Jack Blackstone
Jack Blackstone
Posts: 124

8/1/2017
gronostaj wrote:
Anchovies wrote:
My word. The Kashmiri Princess, Illuminated Gentleman, and Soft-Hearted Widow have positively heartbreaking confessions.

soft-hearted widow's confession, the very tone of it, it crushed my heart. almost all of these are so filled with pain and regret, even Feducci's confession has a note if not of regret, then at least a vague acknowledgement that people died because of his vanity. it's all very sad.

and then there's the captivating princess.

She is a monster. Fed me to her bloody sister! I do wonder why she becomes a human wolf when the liberation of night takes place.

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gronostaj
gronostaj
Posts: 403

8/1/2017
Jack Blackstone wrote:
She is a monster

i think the word you're looking for is waifu

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Soft-Spoken Surgeon, a doctor who owes an onerous debt. Professor of medicine at the University by day, at criminal employ by night. Open to all non-harmful social actions.
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Anchovies
Anchovies
Posts: 421

8/1/2017
Jack Blackstone wrote:
She is a monster. Fed me to her bloody sister! I do wonder why she becomes a human wolf when the liberation of night takes place.
Technically, you fed yourself to the sister by choosing not to take advantage of the opportunity to stop them. You earn the gratitude of the Captivating Princess no matter the outcome, which I think is strange. Maybe she didn't expect the feeding to go as well as it does?

Tangent: the ending is, I think, my least favorite part of The Gift. It's too vague about what exactly is consumed, with the story text amounting to "she did a thing to you, now you've had a thing did to you, ooooh how spooky". It fell very flat.

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Jack Blackstone
Jack Blackstone
Posts: 124

8/1/2017
Anchovies wrote:
Jack Blackstone wrote:
She is a monster. Fed me to her bloody sister! I do wonder why she becomes a human wolf when the liberation of night takes place.
Technically, you fed yourself to the sister by choosing not to take advantage of the opportunity to stop them. You earn the gratitude of the Captivating Princess no matter the outcome, which I think is strange. Maybe she didn't expect the feeding to go as well as it does?

Tangent: the ending is, I think, my least favorite part of The Gift. It's too vague about what exactly is consumed, with the story text amounting to "she did a thing to you, now you've had a thing did to you, ooooh how spooky". It fell very flat.



I think She eats a bit of your kindness or humanity. Prehaps morals?

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