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Identifying an Inquisitor

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#21 ColArana



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Posted 12 July 2014 - 01:18 PM



Well you said it was a pleasure planet and there's a large noble pressence. Generally nobles at least know of eachother by their title. Whether they care or respect that person's title is another thing.



Interestingly, there is nothing forbidding an Inquisitor from being a Noble. It would be quite humorous and ironic if the Inquisitor's 'cover' was his real identity. =D



This is ironically the case. The Inquisitor in question is based heavily on a PC in a previous campaign (with a different group), who ended up becoming a noble by marriage, back when he was an Acolyte.

#22 Bron



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Posted 13 July 2014 - 04:26 AM

hmmmm I would personally make the inquisitor someone who no one would notice someone who is part of the scenery..... try something like a waiter, if you think about it its the perfect identity for an inquisitor, it allows you to eavesdrop without notice (I mean you are supposed to be attentive to people's needs).  Acolytes who would think like that would be a great asset to an inquisitor.


You could throw in a few red herrings as has been suggested, a crime lord, an assassin, a rogue trader's seneschal (probably spelt wrong sorry) etc people who look like they should be inquisitors basically so the inquisitor can hide in plain site.

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