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My Majesty Thinkers Faction Question and Answers Guide

My Majesty's thinkers have some good ideas but there's no way to know how your subjects will react to them. At least not without a guide.

The thinker faction just has to be a pain, right? Of all the factions in My Majesty the thinkers are by far the most divisive, doling out requests and questions that certainly seem the right thing to do but your subjects vehemently feel otherwise.

Many requests you get from the thinkers seem to make a ton of sense from a modern perspective, but are close to blaspheme in the medieval timeframe the game is set in. You have to keep this in mind when you tap their icon and get ready for their next riveting request.

Progress is good, but your kingdom's subjects are going to fight it tooth and nail.

The other five factions in My Majesty have been given the same treatment as the thinkers here. If you'd like to have similar guides for the other factions, crack open these links and keep them open:

How to use this guide

First and foremost: This is by no means all of the questions/requests you're going to get when you approach the thinkers. I played the game for a few weeks, didn't think to keep track of questions and answers, and started last week.

Most of the questions here are listed with incomplete results -- aka, they only have the results for one answer. This will be more fleshed out as I keep playing, but this is the starting point.

My Majesty is absolutely packed with grammatical errors, and those errors have been retained in the questions and answers here just to make things easier.

Important words in a question are highlighted so you can scroll through and find what you need easily.

Question Answer 1 Answer 2
Conduct a lecture among the peasants about the benefits of boiled water? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -1
Outlaws: 0
Permit the students to write to their heart's content in class, until they lose consciousness. Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0 
Thinkers: -3
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
Student alchemists are requesting funds be allocated for a quest for the philosopher's stone. Divide it up immediately! Expences: 100.000

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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Let Baron Munchausen pay.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: +1
Permit the healers to produce dentures from the teeth of apprehended bandits? Yes

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -3
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Thinkers:
Army:
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Permit women to hold professorships at the universities? Yes

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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Allow women to attend classes on grammar? Who thought that up? Flog him!

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Army:
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Guards! Take him away!

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Issue a decree banning the discharging of waste from the call of nature into the wells? Yes

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -2
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Command the monks to allow cartographers into the wine cellars to compile wine lists?
No, that's how we'll end up with a worthless map.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -3
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Yes, it will speed up the drafting of the map.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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The mathematicians are requesting a new academy of engineering and mathematics be built at the church's expense. Good idea.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
To build at the expense of the treasury. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
Conduct tests of an armored carriage at the expense of the State Treasury? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Let the army pay.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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The people need education. Open schools for teaching peasant children to read and write? Yes

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
The astronomers are requesting land be allocated for a new observatory. Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
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Army:
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The mathematicians are requesting they be exempt from taxes at the expense of the common people. Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
The stargazers are requesting a party of foreign telescopes be purchased at the expense of the bandits. First, catch them.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Army:
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We will pay from the treasury.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
Prohibit fishing in university ponds? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -2
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
The inventor of the sextant is requesting he be knighted. Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: -2
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: -2
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Hold a graduation fest for the students at the expense of the commoners? Fine, the year was fruitful.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -3
Thinkers: +1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
That's not right, feast at your own expense.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Erect a monument to Aristotle using the bishop's money? Yes, Aristotle must be held in reverence.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
We will pay from the royal treasury. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
You are suffering from insomnia, here, take this medicine. Good.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Later on.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: -1
Army: 0
Outlaws: 0
The mathematicians are requesting a new library be constructed. Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Army:
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Put up a printing press at the university? Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Forbid the barons the use of child labor in the laundries? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -2
Outlaws: -1
University students are requesting an anatomy class be instituted. Yes

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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Institute a mandatory medical examination of knights prior to tournaments? Permit it to be instituted.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: -2
Outlaws: +1
Who thought up this nonsense?

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Allow women to attend classes on alchemy? Tell me, who goaded you?

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: -3
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
That won't happen!

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Your favorite spaniel drowned in a barrel of beluga caviar. Pass it along to the students, together with the barrel, for the needs of science? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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A scientist wants to restore the ancient Roman aqueduct to working order. Unfortunately, some of its stones were taken at one time by the monks to build a chapel. Return the stones? God's people should not be touched.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Yes, let it be returned immediately

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -2
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: +1
The astronomers are requesting permission to reduce the penalty for contemplating the spherical nature of the earth. Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -1
Outlaws: 0
The singer-songwriters and the skalds (ancient Scandinavian poets) are requesting they be allowed to speak in the churches. Alright, let them play.

Priesthood: -3
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Better you play something for me.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Permit the musical comedy "The Midday Lustiness of the Faun" to be produced in the university? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
Deliver a lecture to the knights about the benefits of washing their hands after killing bandits? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -3
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Deliver a lecture to the outlaws about the benefits of washing their hands after raids? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: -2
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Print a previously unknown work of Alcuin of York's "Philosophy of Suckling Pigs"? Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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Command the barbers to wash their hands before pulling patients' teeth? In my opinion, that is heresy.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Get out of my sight!

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1

 

This guide will only grow as I keep playing. Check back later for more questions and answers to make your rule as benevolent (and as easy) as possible.

Published Nov. 30th 2016

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