- “The eyes of Orlais are on our little corner of it, and the best place for neighbors to stand is side-by-side.”
He spends much of his time in the gallery, looking at the dusty pictures, or the library, buried in books. They give him no joy.
But then, nothing does.
The Marquis of Alyons' true goal is to sabotage the feast and ensure Serault never regains its' former status. To this end, he employs a talented nine fingered agitator to undermine different elements of Serault court. He is ultimately responsible for the poisoning of The Acerbic Dowager, the attempt to blame The Dashing Outlaw for the raid on several Val Royeaux merchants and the Uprising at Serault's Glassworks.
The Marquis of Serault corners this agent at the Chantry and discovers the Marquis of Alyons' true complicity in Serault's recent troubles. Backed by a platoon of guards, the Marquis confronts His Dour Lordship in the library at Chateau Serault and demands an explanation. He justifies his actions as part of The Grand Game, emphasizing Serault's lack of social standing.
If the Marquis of Alyons is banished from Serault...
The Marquis of Serault exacts a large quantity of silver and a regular tribute as well as a grey palfrey as payment. His Dour Lordship is escorted back to Alyons by Seraultine Chevaliers and word of his treachery is spread to any who will listen.
If the Marquis of Alyons is imprisoned...
Despite His Dour Lordship's protests that the Game is not being played as it should be, as well as attempts to bribe with information, he is left to rot in Serault's dungeon, cleanly solving a number of problems facing the land.
If the Marquis of Alyons' treachery is not exposed...
Event cards EditHis Dour Lordship's Rejection
Market Day cards EditGood Neighbors The Spider in the Web Event: His Dour Lordship's Case
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