Plot Twists: We Did It! What Now?

Roll 3d6.  (Need a die roller?)

3-5 Yes, you did it – and it turns out to have been vastly more significant than you’d even dared to hope.       Take 5xPeril Social pts, as well as a 4-point bonus to your roll on the “So How About That Reward?” Table.       Plus there’s also a lead towards another adventure….
6-7 Yes, you did it – and it turns out to be important in a way you hadn’t realized. Take a 2-point bonus to your roll on the “So How About That Reward?” Table, plus a lead towards another adventure….
8-9 Yes, you did it – and this leads towards another adventure…. Roll up that adventure as normal.
10-12 Awesome! You did it! Time to go back home to boast – and claim any Reward.
13 Yes, you did it – but that doesn’t mean quite what you’d hoped. This is hardly your fault, but that doesn’t matter – the employer is unlikely to be very happy. Suffer a 2-point penalty to your roll on the “So How About That Reward” Table.
14-15 Actually, no, you kind of didn’t – it turns out there’s a deeper game being played here. Roll up another adventure to track down the deeper plot – you can only get the Reward for this adventure if you complete that one! The second adventure provides no additional Reward – but when you talk to the Employer, you can probably justify adding 20% to the first Reward for your trouble. Apply this to financial and social Rewards.
16 Actually, no, you didn’t – there’s something deeper going on, and you’ll have to return back to your employer before you can get more information as to how to deal with it. Then roll up another adventure, as per result 14-15, above.
17-18 Yes, you did it – but it turns out to have been a colossal mistake. This means you’ve made an Enemy, acquired an unfortunate Reputation, or similar – perhaps you’ve even been cursed by the gods! Take a new disadvantage worth -5xPeril pts. You’re definitely not getting a Reward; you can’t even show your face in front of the employer unless you set things straight by completing another adventure for no Reward. If you’d like to do that, go ahead and roll it up!