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Prisoners and skeletons
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If you have a foreign emissary as a prisoner, do you need the money for a bribe if you are looking to get a skeleton out of him/her? Or, is torture enough, because they won't be in a position to spend the money anyway, sitting in your dungeon?
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(10-11-2020, 10:55 PM)Windstar Wrote: If you have a foreign emissary as a prisoner, do you need the money for a bribe if you are looking to get a skeleton out of him/her? Or, is torture enough, because they won't be in a position to spend the money anyway, sitting in your dungeon?

You still need the gold to pay off the emissary. I had a Gnome Prince once when I played the Cimmerians, and it cost me 10,500 to torture the poor sod. And all he told me was that the king was greedy.
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(10-12-2020, 04:51 PM)The Painted Man Wrote:
(10-11-2020, 10:55 PM)Windstar Wrote: If you have a foreign emissary as a prisoner, do you need the money for a bribe if you are looking to get a skeleton out of him/her? Or, is torture enough, because they won't be in a position to spend the money anyway, sitting in your dungeon?

You still need the gold to pay off the emissary. I had a Gnome Prince once when I played the Cimmerians, and it cost me 10,500 to torture the poor sod. And all he told me was that the king was greedy.

On a prisoner, I think you an do it without gold, its just that gold increases chances.
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#4
You need gold; I always assumed it was to pay the torturer.
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#5
You people and your damned torturing. I figured the gold was for bribing and entertainment, but I am that kind of happy, positive guy.
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(10-16-2020, 11:28 PM)VballMichael Wrote: You people and your damned torturing. I figured the gold was for bribing and entertainment, but I am that kind of happy, positive guy.

This year you can bribe with a roll of t.p.
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