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My Majesty Outlaw Faction Question and Answers Guide

Every benevolent ruler needs a strategist. Let this guide be yours as you deal with the outlaw faction.

Being a benevolent and even-handed ruler is hard work. If you didn't know that before, you probably figured it out pretty quick in My Majesty. Ruling is serious business.

Keeping each faction happy with you is no easy task. For each question you get two answers, and no matter what you do either answer is probably going to make at least one faction mad no matter how beneficial the outcome seems to be. Medieval life is obviously very different from today.

Outlaw questions are some of the least tricky of the bunch since most of your kingdom's subjects don't really like the outlaw faction, but you're going to get a good amount of curveball results as you will with any other.

I've given the other five factions the same treatment. You can open those guides in the following links:

How to use this guide

The questions below are by no means the full amount the outlaws throw at you in in My Majesty, but are simply those I've gotten while I've started logging them. I've been playing for a bit now, but didn't think to log them until recently. I'm having a good time with the game, so expect frequent updates!

Most of the questions listed here have incomplete results with only one answer's results logged. The amount of questions and recorded answers and results will increase as I keep playing.

There are a ton of grammatical errors in My Majesty, and they are retained in this guide for consistence purposes.

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

Question Option 1
Option 2
Robin Hood is requesting permission to train with Your Majesty's fencing experts. Who allowed him in here?

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
Find the scoundrel and break him on the wheel.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Permit the children of the forest bandits to play with the crown prince? Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
A clever thief requests permission to teach your younger son his craft. Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Lower the punishment for the stealing horses during daylight hours? Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Permit the older raiders to be employed in the royal tax collectors? Yes, they should be given a chance.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
No, they should all be hanged.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Permit convicts to drink wine in prison? Yes

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

Priesthood:
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Permit Robin Hood's daughter to secretly get married in church with her one and only? Yes; Income: 100.000

Priesthood:
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Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Do away with the cutting down of Sherwood Forest for a contribution to the Royal Treasury? Yes; Income: 50.000

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

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Permit the apprehended sorcerers to rendezvous with courtesans in prison cells? Yes

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

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The bandits are asking for a ransom for Ivanhoe. Yes. Expences: 200.000

Priesthood:
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Who's this, in the first place?

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -3
Outlaws: -2
Lower the tax for pick pocketing? Throw him in the dungeon!

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -2
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Impale him on a stake!

Priesthood:
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Permit the pirates to take strong monks as cabin boys? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Army:
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No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -2
The bandits are requesting they be allowed to attend cockfights at the fair. Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Permit the aristocrats to collect a double toll for driving along forest roads? Yes, they're already fussy enough.

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And for the students also.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -2
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Forbid the public flogging of horse thieves? Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
The distinguished bandits are requesting permission to participate in a new Crusade. Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Robin Hood is inviting Your Majesty to his wedding. Accept invitation? Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Reduce the tax for the robbing of knights on Saturdays? Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
It's a hungry life in the forest. Permit the bandits to carry out raids on the villages belonging to the knights? Yes, it will harden my army.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Outlaws:
That's all we needed!

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: 0
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Permit the children of the marauders to attend monastery schools? Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Permit the charlatans to carry out their magical rites near the monasteries? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: -2
Reduce the duration of searches to one year, for run-away peasants who joined in the bandits? Now we will make you redundant!

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -3
What do you have in the trunk? Income: 100.000

Priesthood:
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Permit a raid on the residence of the disgraced viscount? I don't think that's a good idea.

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It is time to each this scoundrel a lesson!

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +3
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
The swindlers are requesting permission to allocate one of the monastery refectories to be a casino. Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -2
Permit the bandits to collect a portion of the taxes from the peasants? I don't even know.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
Let them have a break from taxes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood:
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Veteran bandits are requesting permission to be employed as royal food tasters. Do you think Our Majesty is completely stupid?

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
How dare you! Hang him!

Priesthood:
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Forbid the peasants from cutting down the forest around villages? We prohibit it. Income: 100.000

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Outlaws:
I don't have the time.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Command the weavers to weave a consignment of crimson hoods for distinguished bandits? Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
Permit Robin Hood to steal the daughter of the disgraced duke with the aim of collecting a ransom? Yes. Income: 100.000

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

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Prohibit the Inquisition from drowning fortunetellers in swamps? Yes

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

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: 0
Outlaws: -1
The bandits are requesting permission to steal from the viscount who has fallen from grace. Yes. Income: 100.000

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +3
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Allow gambling in the monasteries? Yes

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

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Robin Hood is offering to take one of your sons on as a student. Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Build a distillery in the prison at the expense of the clergy? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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Army:
Outlaws:
Money:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Increase the monthly quota of nighttime robberies of the disgraced bishops? Yes

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

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Command the bishops diligently pray every day for the health of Robin Hood? Yes, he taught me a great deal.

Priesthood:
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Outlaws:
Out of my sight, while you're still in one piece.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -3

 

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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