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Old 2011-05-23, 14:10   Link #89
Silverwyrm
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Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Folsom, CA, USA
Age: 31
I felt Takako's plan was flawed and risky. First off, they have no surefire way of knowing the mystery guest, even if they can have a good guess, if there actually IS one. Second, what if they give the mystery guest special treatment, but the talk with the other customers there (there's plenty of room for daily interaction) and find out the two are being treated differently. Either way that's bad for someone if not both. Worse off, what if they treat the wrong customer specially and the mystery guest(if there is one) finds out?

Unless someone is paying for a special room that nets special treatment I can't help but feel its a bad idea because in the case of one person finding out....there's other inns to visit int he future if your obviously just a second rate customer here. They'd probably tell others about it too.
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