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Glaring silently is one of the most fundamental gameplay elements in Tyranny. As the Fatebinder, you can respond to the chaos with a withering stare, capable of wearing down the fiercest of opponents.
Usage[edit | edit source]
- Fine. Glaring silently is a common dialogue option, allowing you to maintain impartiality in the face of insanity. It's usually coded as a neutral option that doesn't add Loyalty, Fear, Favor, or Wrath with factions and characters. However:
- Glaring at Lantry frequently adds to his Fear, especially if he's interviewing you after breaking Edicts. Verse isn't big on glaring either, but Eb is amused - and will eventually try to replicate your method of intimidation.
- Using it frequently will cause Tunon to ask you about your choice of silence during Final Judgment.
- "In my dispensation of justice, I find it most useful to let others do the talking while I observe and allow them to incriminate themselves." → "That is... a better justification than I had suspected. Thank you for satisfying my curiosity."
- "I'm the strong, quiet type." → "Do you think that humor will spare you my justice, Fatebinder? I think not."
- [Say nothing.] → "I don't know why I expected any different."
|“||Ever since you arrived at the Tiers, you have proven stubbornly tight-lipped. Your speech is often stilled as if by some great terror or apprehension. Can you even answer for this anomaly, or are you too simple to manage it?||„|