Hairy. That's evil.
And consider it stolen.
As much as I'd like to claim all the credit, it was inspired by a scene in Shogun.
The Englishman, Blackthorne, has been offered a girl (the samurai considering pillowing to be a perfectly normal and natural thing to do, and good for the health as well). He declines, I think because he's married.
They offer him a boy instead, and he blows up on them, so they're trying to figure out what he does like or want, having no experience with the English.
One says that the Koreans like dogs and ducks, so they consider fetching him a duck. They won't say anything, they'll just leave the duck in his room. If he wants the duck, he can have the duck. If not, no one actually offered
him the duck, so it could just be ignored.
LOL! Talk about a surprise! I hope he didn't tip the madam for that! Besides the duck, did they discover anything else a little strange about the geisha house, or was it a red herring?
That would be telling :)
I may try running the City of Lies here again at some point, so it might come up again at some point.
Heehee... That really is too funny.
Yep. That player seemed to attract odd happenings with animals. In Exalted, his Abyssal ended up with a badger sort-of-familiar that he had a hate-hate relationship with
The badger kept trying to attack him, he found it cute and brought it with him to torment. In the Underworld, it was magically enhanced and bound to him as a familiar. The lunar got pissed off with it, hit it with her seven section staff for an INSANE amount of damage. The badger explodes in a shower of gore, then reforms into a very pissed looking badger again.
The party now looks something like this
"Oh fuck, now we can't even kill it anymore."