- “There will always be someone watching you, day or night. And if a blade is needed, one won't be far.”
Her laugh rings through the woodlands. She's a hero to the peasantry, despite taking rather more from the rich than she gives to the poor. The Outlaw is elusive, but a message delivered into the right hands will find its way to her...
The Dashing Outlaw refuses the Errant Siblings when they ask to join her gang since they robbed the poor of Serault rather than targeting the wealthy as the Outlaw does. In retaliation she hands the siblings over to The Horned Knight.Divine asks to be shriven and the Divine grants her a full pardon.
She can be recruited to become either as an accomplice or bodyguard:
- “You meet, hooded, at a crossroads while the woods whisper under a dark wind and the moon pours silver across the leaves. There, you agree terms. Her smile hides a dogged bargainer, hardly the careless idealist of the ballads. But your patience is as long, and when dawn comes you've a gang of celebrated bandits at your service.”
Happenstance cards EditA Meeting with the Outlaw
Event cards EditThe Dashing Outlaw's Departure
Market Day cards EditCase: The Errant Siblings Case: the Dashing Outlaw Strikes Again
Divine's Feast Cards EditGrant a Petition
Available actions Edit
- Spending the Outlaw's Favor will not make back as much Prosperity and Peril as it cost, though it will gain some amount of Authority and clues, and a point in Cunning. It may be more efficient to just spend Clues to have her train you in Cunning.
- Outside of special quests, the Dashing Outlaw is the only character you can spend a Favor for when not recruited, on the Outlaws Plague the Roads card.
- The Dashing Outlaw is the only subject who cannot be called using the Send For quest.