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olicole
olicole
Posts: 6

11/17/2018
Some questions from a new exceptional friend. I received an item at the end - is this item likely to feature in the main game at all? Or in Exceptional Stories in the future? Or is it just a nice memento?


Can I play it again, and collect any other items that might come from other choices?
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olicole
olicole
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11/17/2018
Edit: Can't seem to delete this message....
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Optimatum
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11/17/2018
olicole wrote:
Some questions from a new exceptional friend. I received an item at the end - is this item likely to feature in the main game at all? Or in Exceptional Stories in the future? Or is it just a nice memento?


Can I play it again, and collect any other items that might come from other choices?


All Exceptional Stories give a unique item regardless of your choices. If you play all three stories in a season and get all three items, you'll unlock a seasonal conclusion with special story and a reward. Some Exceptional Stories do give other unique items depending on your choices, but this isn't one.

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curtistruffle
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11/19/2018
olicole wrote:
Some questions from a new exceptional friend. I received an item at the end - is this item likely to feature in the main game at all? Or in Exceptional Stories in the future? Or is it just a nice memento?


Can I play it again, and collect any other items that might come from other choices?
edited by olicole on 11/17/2018


In time, current Exceptional story will become available for purchase at Fate tab. You may reset and play again once-completed Exceptional story for 25 Fate.

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Amalgamate
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11/20/2018
Note that if you reset it, I think you lose its unique item. You don't get to replay it to collect all of the different ones, I think?

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Jermaine Vendredi
Jermaine Vendredi
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11/20/2018
Amalgamate wrote:
Note that if you reset it, I think you lose its unique item. You don't get to replay it to collect all of the different ones, I think?


I've played a number of ES stories well after they were issued and have sundry unique items cluttering the place up. Unless you play all three in the season (and re-access the epilogue), the unique items should stay in your inventory.

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Skinnyman
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11/29/2018
Be sure to hurry to unlock this story if you haven't!

It's about to get locked while the new season will unveil itself!

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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
Posts: 2215

12/28/2018
Do any of the paths in this story give you or raise Liberation of the Night?
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Azothi
Azothi
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12/28/2018
Not as far as I recall, having played through supporting the Revolutionaries in all but one decision (the effigy).

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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
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12/28/2018
I was a little surprised to learn that the formidable Ministry that regularly terrorizes London is being led by Ned Flanders. The ideology of control (spectacle that preserves social hierarchy) achieves perfect synthesis with one OCD guy's idea of a good time ("One firework! Just one! It goes up in the air and then poofs and falls back to earth!" - oookay).
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Jolanda Swan
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12/29/2018
The banality of evil indeed. His reactions also made it easy to light the night up.

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Anne Auclair
Anne Auclair
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12/29/2018
Jolanda Swan wrote:
The banality of evil indeed. His reactions also made it easy to light the night up.

I could actually sympathize a little with his desperate desire for everything to be just perfect and go according to plan. When the single firework goes off he just seems so happy!

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Honeyaddict
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12/30/2018
I honestly thought that the man wouldn't mind more fireworks if it meant the festival was more successful, which I assume it was, a festival is after all supposed to be a bit chaotic!
None the less I loved that you could still shoo away the Revolutionaries after you did the Fireworks and that if you split between defeating the Revolutionaries and defeating the perfect order you got rewards from both sides and the letters were according!

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Jolanda Swan
Jolanda Swan
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12/30/2018
...which is why this is the only story I am replaying. I aim to make a lovely spectacle and stop the final abomination from taking place. I assume that is doable, right?

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Honeyaddict
Honeyaddict
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12/30/2018
Yes, while do-able it takes quite some effort and you cannot entirely stop them. They will overrun the place partially sadly. But if you work with the Constabulary you can keep it in check to an extend.

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Honeyaddict, Scarlet Saint, Paramount Presence
pleasure to meet you.

Has some ideas the Masters won't approve of like some items and establishing a Colony in Parabola.

I will accept most social interactions (not duping). I do enjoy role playing as well.
Have some possibly still active codes!
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Chrispim
Chrispim
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1/30/2019
Hey. I think I've got a problem:

I've finished all 3 stories of the Season of Celebrations, but the season's finale card doesn't appear to me anywhere. What should I do ?

Thanks in advance.

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Azothi
Azothi
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1/30/2019
Chrispim wrote:
Hey. I think I've got a problem:

I've finished all 3 stories of the Season of Celebrations, but the season's finale card doesn't appear to me anywhere. What should I do ?

Thanks in advance.
Don't worry; it hasn't been released yet for anybody. It'll appear once it it's out.

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Chrispim
Chrispim
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1/30/2019
Azothi wrote:
Don't worry; it hasn't been released yet for anybody. It'll appear once it it's out.


Ok, thanks a lot for your message smile
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Kharsirr Lynx
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3/1/2019
just as I complained here a bitsmile

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Plynkes
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17 days ago
So sorry for being months and months late, but I came across this just now and actually know the answer...


loredeluxe wrote:


1) In the story, they refer to taking the Revolutionaries to "vans". Since Fallen London is set during the Victorian era, I presume there are no automobiles in London, so what exactly did the story mean by police vans?



The word van came about in the 19th Century, and it meant then pretty much what it means now: an enclosed or covered wagon (in British English it can also mean an enclosed railway car, not sure if that's the case in US English). Of course vans in those days had horses pulling them. A police van was a carriage for transporting prisoners. There is an English folk song from the 1860s called "The Smashing of the Van" about a true life incident in Manchester when two Irish rebels were violently broken out of a police van (there were three in the van, only two escaped).

Incidentally, there were a few cars with internal combustion engines around in the 1890s, though they weren't as common as steam-driven vehicles (and both were hopelessly outnumbered by horse-drawn ones). I've often wondered why we've never seen either in Fallen London.

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