Nobles... useless parasites or accomplished diplomats?
Publisher's blurb: "A sword may kill, but a word may save. Without even drawing a weapon a Noble is as powerful as a master swordsman. Nobles exemplify the art of diplomacy, bluffing, misdirection, compromise, and intimidation. Artists paint and nobles talk. Nobles develop a near perfect understanding of charm and rhetoric that allows them to walk into almost any room and control it up with her persona. On the other-hand, nobles have enough wit to know when a little white lie could work in their favor. Many nobles are poised princesses who have worked their way though charm school and made themselves into walking works of art. Some are ruthless crime-lords or even charismatic commanders. Wherever they come from and wherever they are, a noble normally has the complete control of a situation though sheer force of personality."
More when I get hold of a copy!
Author: Scott Gladstein
Publishers' Reference: LRGG005
PDF, 11 pages
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Product page last updated: 16 June 2011