That's pretty clever way of using regular foodstuff, you don't actually need anything special, only salt etc. And all you need to do is make them very thirsty so they'll drink themselves silly. Boosting the wine with strong liquor would also help... well done that dwarf.Ghorin wrote: ↑Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:18 am
The Dwarf used his trait Knowledge of Enemy (orcs) to give the hobbit informations about what orcs usualy eat so that the orcs liked the food and eat much of it, and also get thirsty and drink more wine. The hobbit made a Craft roll and got a superior success and he was helped by his trait Herbs Lore for aromatic herbs.
Note : all food, ingredients and wine were owned by Dinodas (the hobbit prisoner they came to délivrer) and stolen by the orcs and goblins.
It's interesting to see how people see some things very differently:
While I agree there are degrees, I think egging someone on to commit atrocities would be even worse, and if you are manipulated into doing something, then you'd be less culpable. Unless you're already wanting to do that? But I think if they specifically agreed to the killing, and not just unwittingly watched it happening, they're just a guilty. It's no way to avoid responsibility by letting someone do the actual deed? And they could have prevented it, but chose not to.
Faramir is quite an example of the ideal behaviour and morals. He passes the lure of the ring too, unlike his brother. Just as long we remember you don't have follow such lofty ideals to avoid shadow points. There's a lot of ground between the ideal and actual misdeed country?