Technically there are 22 endings (that is what the percentages are made up of; more people succeed than fail, however). By contrast, “And The Sun Went Out” had ten endings.
There are three main endings, depending on what happens in the coronation scene (most of which depends on what happens previously).
In each of the three scenes, I thought about two main things:
- Romance - with mary, with kamenwati, or neither (and it’s possible to start a relationship and then have it fail).
- The four main plots can each succeed or fail. Nox outlines the plots in arc 9, and they are:
Saving Princess Victoria from a soulless plot to eat her soul and thus gain power.
Stopping Fairy Fay from a mysterious and gruesome enterprise.
Figuring out the soulless ones’ connection to the cholera epidemic and how to stop it.
Saving France from an invasion (by the soulless-controlled British Navy and air force).
And the stats (from last September) are:
[spoiler]M is Mary
K is Kamenwati
V is Victoria
defeated soulless: 15%
defeated soulless, with K: 15%
defeated soulless, with M: 47%
defeated soulless, killed V: 1%
defeated soulless, killed V, with K: 2%
defeated soulless, killed V, with M: 2%
defeated soulless, K killed V: 1%
defeated soulless, K killed V, with M: 2%
lost france, killed V: 0%
lost france, K killed V: 0%
lost france, saved V: 15%
lost london, killed V: 0%
lost london, K killed V: 0%
lost london, saved V: 0%
lost france and london, killed V: 0%
lost france and london, K killed V: 0%
lost france and london, saved V: 0% (edited)
it appears everyone saves london, always!
almost 50% seem to get total victory, and is with Mary
about 3x the players preferred Mary over Kamenwati[/spoiler]