Converted Class: The Servant/The Invoker
This class can single-handedly stop an opposing faction from growing stronger or killing by Serving Wine and occupying them. If you suspect The King to be corrupt, you can also Poison him with Toxic Wine, but be careful about this one, as you commit suicide if he was part of the Blue Dragon or Neutral. The Butler can successfully poison and kill The King even if he has set up guards for the night.
|Dutiful||Passive||∞||Immune to being occupied at night.|
|Serve Wine||Night||∞||Occupy a player by getting them drunk. The Butler will be notified if the target cannot be occupied, as they will refuse the wine.|
|Black Wine||Night||∞||Poison a player’s wine, causing their tongue to enlarge for a day. They will have a hard time talking the next day (Some words will become gibberish).|
- Your Toxic Wine ability is a very useful weapon to turn the table and catch The Unseen/Cult (the antagonist) faction members off-guard. The problem, however, is that there is no hard rule on when to use it. Some may argue that the ideal time is during the early part of the game: If The King is a member of the Unseen/Cult from the get-go, it will be a disaster for the Blue Dragon faction. Other players argue that the best time is during the end-game as a "last stand maneuver" to turn the table in a time of crisis.
- Remember that your Serve Wine ability will put the Blue Dragon at a disadvantage if you hit the wrong person.
- When Serving Wine, make a note if the person declined the wine, as that marks them an occupy-proof class, and may help to prove or refute a claim they made earlier. This could confirm an ally or expose an evil player in a lie.
- During the end-game, where there is only one member of the Unseen faction remaining, it would be a good strategy to use your Serve Wine ability on the person that you're most suspicious of; if no one dies, you may have just found The Assassin of the Unseen.
Lore: An Interview with a Butler
It's very interesting living the life of a Butler in the King's court. The faithful Butler takes care of all the minor issues that the King is far above in his daily routine. Ever-faithful to his liege, the Butler's loyalty is a cornerstone of our great worth ethic here in Adiart. Even one with low class blood can provide a direct service to his majesty and his children. We asked the King's current Butler what it means to work at the castle:
"It's a privilege of the highest caliber to serve my Liege in such a troubling time. It is my duty to ensure his attention be on the matters that truly besiege our fair kingdom. I entertain his guests and provide the attentiveness worthy of his majesty's grace. Of course, this includes keeping a steady supply of wine, ensuring meals are properly arranged, keeping sir and madams clothes immaculate at all times; also sending and receiving messages while ensuring, at all times, that the reputation of the kingdom is up-kept to his majesty's exemplary standards. Any Butler worth his salt will ensure that the good King's wishes are upheld, even at the expense of his own life. Of course, this doesn't mean my life is entirely devoted to his majesty's pleasure. I often find that resting improves my efficiency and, with his majesty's leave, I get half a day off every Sunday to partake in my own pleasures amongst the townsfolk. I do find beauty in the world outside the castle - even if there's not much to see beyond these gates… I am privileged to have such an understanding liege.”
-- Magnasword2, Loremaster
Night Room: Broom Closet