Impractical Applications: Beware the Honest Ones

My group loves honest manipulators; it’s almost a given that in any game, one of us will be playing one.
The game in which I played Tuyet had somewhere between one and two. Tuyet herself was the uncertain fraction; on the one hand, she was a very good liar and had an inordinate fondness for secret [...]

Honest Manipulators

Most of the manipulative characters in both fiction and RPGs are absurdly good liars—you know, the type who could sell shoes to snakes or convince a person that the sky was red while standing outdoors at noon on a clear day. But that hides the fact that the people who are terrible at lying can [...]