Guns of Infinity

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#61326

NO, you can only try to capture her by yourself, which of course you have to be on good terms with Lefebvre in sabres. Or you could just stay out of it, or you can convince her to surrender.

To your question.


#61327

Who is that in reply to?

Huh, where can we capture Katarina? Didn’t know we could capture her, I wonder how Caz responds to his sister being captured.


#61328

I have to admit I hope that whatever Khorobirit (and family) want vengeance for, he/they don’t blame his defeat on Kharangia on the Secret Mission as such.

Khorobirit refusing to accept that his own decisions lead to his defeat would make me think considerably less of him as either a person or a (threatening) enemy.

Me speaking as the one writing this, not from an IC perspective.


#61329

200


#61330

I wonder if we marry her, have a kid with her, then have her killed so we can get married to someone much better. Thus end up with our heir getting good titles and we get a nice wife. Or at least not Kat.


#61331

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#61332

I’ll be honest, I have no idea why people like her so much. Khors family seems more likable than she and her family.


#61333

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#61334

You try capture Katrina, the sole heir to Leoniscourt as well as confidential agent of His Tierran Majesty? In this case you’ll be considered as either insane or you’re revolting and to be charged for treason, as threatening the life of the agent who is in the service of His Tierran Majesty’s government. I was referring to capturing or killing Anna of Khorobirit.


#61335

Killing her at least gets the earldom into the king’s hands. And could be a awarded to a loyal subject who plays his cards right.


#61336

You’ll cause more unrest and damage to the Tierran Peerage which will most likely go down in infamy or chaos. Leoniscourt is the head figure that represent most if not all of the Salt Coast nobles, making this move you’ll cause a chain reaction which will make the other Salt Coast petite nobles to fight one another for becoming the leading power of the Salt Coast Regions.


#61337

I’m not sure Leoniscourt is particularly more important than the other earls of the Salt Coast, but even if it was the most important earldom - there’s still the others.

Killing Katarina is more “Do you really think killing a lady of the blood and Caz’s sister is going to end well?” than anything else.

It’s not something that will be “Oh, well, no one misses the Cazarostas anyway.”,


#61338

Not to mention that she’s, you know, a spy, and from all indications a very good one at that. I don’t think it’s much of a stretch to think that she’d catch on if an MC entirely unschooled in spy-craft tried to kill her, and woe to our Dragoon when that happens.


#61339

Well, we’re not bankrupt if we got the random for Aleksandra!


#61340

Depends if they traced it back to the MC. Who going to suspect a poor baron of killing her when she likely has plenty of enemies around.

@Verand

The only way I can see any chance of killing her were to be if she was sniped. Up close were be too dangerous and she a good spy for poison to work.


#61341

They might not specifically suspect the PC, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to dismiss evidence of him being involved, either.


#61342

Everyone can be a suspect when someone who is from an important and prestigious family is being killed, murdered or whatsoever. Even it means someone had more enemies.


#61343

But it be hard to prove who did it without strong evidence or witnesses. Their no CSI and their likely no Tierran sherlock Holmes to solve the case.


#61344

But they do have a Royal Tierran Intelligence, my dear friend. Especially when considering that they have the files of every person of the peerage, and they can always find a way to put a head and a tail easily. Not even to forget that they will always know that who had close ties to Katrina to a point which she can be asking them to stay such a close relationship.


#61345

Still be a long list of suspects, for all any one knows it could be a great grandson of a banker who her ancestor screw over. If the PC did it as a lone wolf and destroyed the weapon it be harder to prove… Plus you also need to prove he was in area when she was killed.