|Eric Brittain RPG Venture-Captain, California—San Diego|
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Has anyone stopped to consider that the only way we 'know' that someone was a member of the Ten was through a note left conveniently in a place that the PCs found it?
Since it is written down it can't be wrong, can it? Someone couldn't deliberately spin a narative that the PCs would unflinchingly accept without question becausethey have been habituated by their long service in the Pathfinder Society to believe notes that they conveniently find. Notes that tell them someone is good and someone else is bad.
That would never happen. Could never happend because PCs are never lied to or manipulated to serve someone elses ends.
Hopefully my view on this is clear.
I see the Pathfinder Society as having many levels much like old mystery cults. To me the Eyes of the Ten is the story of Elisa P. being inducted into the next higher level of the mystery.
You only see what the agents of the Society have carefully crafted for you to see. You do not see it all and do not even understand what you do see.
Layers within layers within layers.