My first games, played a con man running a fake kidnapping scam
I am a big Mythic fan and really enjoyed my first Rpg Solo game. It certainly will not be my last.

Hope you enjoy.
What is my quest?

Kidnap the firm underwater.

Kidnap the Fishing Company owner's daughter.
Where am I?

Sacrificial frontier.

West Alterville
What is my skill?

Courtly ways.

Can I strike up a conversation?

(50/50 | 7[d10]) Yes.

Will she go on a date with me?

(Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

She will meet me alone at a neutral location.
Can I find a knock out drug.

(Somewhat Unlikely | 4[d10]) No.

Is the daughter a loose woman?

(50/50 | 9[d10]) Yes.

During the date can I get her to go home with me?

(Likely | 4[d10]) No.

Will she meet me again?

(Likely | 9[d10]) Yes.

Can I find a knock out drug?

(Unlikely | 2[d10]) No.

During the date can I get her to go home with me?

(Very Likely | 6[d10]) Yes, but...

She wants to send message to her family to let them know where she is going to be for the night.

Can I get her to wait and try to get her drunk?

(Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

She forgets about contacting her family.

Does she like her father?

(50/50 | 5[d10]) No, but...

She likes his wealth.
Would she think about tricking her father out of money by pretending to be kidnapped?

(Likely | 6[d10]) Yes, but...

She will try to double cross me and take all of the money and send me to jail.
Can I locate a roof top near the Fish Company?

(Likely | 4[d10]) No.

Trees or brush near the entry to the Company?

(50/50 | 6[d10]) Yes, but...

People are there.
Is there a guard outside at night?

(Likely | 1[d10]) No, and...

but it locked up like a fortress.
Are the trees empty at night, I will swing by several times?

(Very Likely | 8[d10]) Yes.

I write a ransom note place it on an arrow, I fire a few practice shots the fire the note into the court yard. Does it succeed?

(Somewhat Likely | 9[d10]) Yes.

The note is found, will the father pay the ransom?

(50/50 | 1[d10]) No, and...

He alerts the Mayor for help.

Can I rent a sailboat?

(Very Likely | 7[d10]) Yes.

Does the father drop off a fake random as instructed?

(Very Likely | 6[d10]) Yes, but...

The mayor's men bungle it so you do not pick up the ransom. So I do not tip my hand.

After the bungled ransom does the girl want to continue?

(Very Likely | 9[d10]) Yes.

Will she write a note begging her mother to save her by paying the ransom?

(Very Likely | 9[d10]) Yes.

I throw the note through hand maiden's window at 3 am. Does it succeed in reaching the mother?

(Very Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

The mother demands the father pay the ransom as instructed and quit trying to catch the kidnapper.

Does the father do ask she demands?

(Somewhat Likely | 9[d10]) Yes.

I ask the girl to go to the square to recover the ransom, if caught she can claim I used a spell on her. Does she do it?

(Somewhat Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

She asks me to wait for her at the stage station. I will go to pick up the ransom, and the ransom note said she would be released at the square. Does the father change his mind and try a double cross?

(Somewhat Likely | 1[d10]) No, and... +Twist: Organization / Helps the hero

He tells the mayor that the ransom will be in the square and sends his most trusted servant to deliver the ransom.

Does the servant do the drop as instructed?

(Somewhat Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

I make off with the ransom in the sailboat without detection.

Does the girl go to the square and is recovered?

(Very Likely | 10[d10]) Yes, and...

She decides to cover for me since she doesn't want anyone to suspect she was involved.

The end.
I actually really like how you resolved play very simply and efficiently. This is was very inspiring to read, thanks!
Wow, a kidnapping gone right - that was unexpected! Nicely played :]
It was merely the notes I took while I played. I was mutli-tasking at the time and the brief notes were all I had time to accomplish. It was the least amount of bookkeeping I could do and remember what the rolls meant in context with the story.

As I have read other stories, I wish I had noted why I chose the tables I used. I have found it very interesting to read stories by other who had done this recording. I will add a more details on my second attempt.

Thanks for reading and commenting,

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