>>43505065> and you're only allowed one at a time.
That's why it's generally better used as an introduction. Use mark, layer further corruption effects, remove mark. Really streamlines the process, honestly.
But then, I don't have as many corruption perks as you. I believe I was an Elf in Obsidian.
For me it's more like a hobby for use with volatile, stubborn "potential friends".
And corrupting anything besides people just isn't really my style.
So it somewhat limits my options, really.>>43504905
Like Antispiral says, it's really dependant on the corruption in question. Dark Power, for instance, is really just basically straight up possession by darkness, and you're probably not gonna get a lot of good conversations out of those people.
The stuff from Sailor Moon, though, can be thought of as more in lines of hypnosis and "loyalty reevaluation", though it's less "they have to have had a desire to do this stuff" and more like they just need to NOT have a desire to VERY SPECIFICALLY NOT do this stuff. And even then it mostly just results in corny shoujo anime drama. Y'know. If you're into that kind of thing. I am.
But basically the short version is the stronger the corruption you pour in, the more pronounced and overwriting the effects.
And besides, you can twist intent preeetty far if you know how to do it right. Why do you think so many stories with corruption in them have the characters still feel bad even after they get saved?