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From: Celebrate the Feast of the Exceptional Rose!

At the Feast of the Rose, it is acceptable to go masked in the street. Who has chosen which persona? What does it reveal about them?

Challenge information

Broad, Owl Watchful 10

  • 7 - very chancy (41%)
  • 9 - chancy (51%)
  • 11 - modest (61%)
  • 12 - very modest (71%)
  • 14 - low-risk (81%)
  • 16 - straightforward (91%)
  • 17 - straightforward (100%)


Neathly glories

Toadstool masks are popular […] Young V the courier is masked as a white raven. That's very likely Mrs E, and that golden mask marks her as a honey-dram. Lord F wearing a Clay Man's face? Does he hold more liberal views than one might suspect?

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Rare Success

Not always subtle

Mr Q_____ has sawn the horns off his bull-mask. […] Has he been reading his wife's letters? The brothers F_____ are both disguised as ponies. […] Miss de P______[…] has a clock-face. […] is that a Rubbery Man masked as a Rubbery Man? […]

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Predators and prey

No one you recognise, though that's unmistakably a devil hiding behind a lamb-mask. The shark-face and the wolf-face are harder to guess. A Constable, still in uniform, but pig-masked... are they allowed to do that? Is that even a real uniform?

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