Question About "Gentlemen Callers" (Non-Lethal Playthrough)

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User Info: jobz006

jobz006
4 years ago#1
Hey guys,

I'm trying to do a completely non-lethal playthrough of the game and I have a question about the Gentlemen Callers optional mission. I'm on the second part where Granny Rags asks you to poison the gang's elixir supply. My question is, is this going to result in people dying and count as kills?

If so I'll have to skip the mission this playthrough.

Thanks for any help.
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User Info: Ralta

Ralta
4 years ago#2
Yeah...I wouldn't do it if I were you.
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User Info: Hassohappa

Hassohappa
4 years ago#3
Same topic was made (by the same person) on the 360 forums, figured I would mention someone has said it is alright to poison the elixir on a no kill playthrough.

http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/636040-dishonored/64280881
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User Info: jobz006

jobz006
4 years ago#4
Yeah, just finished the mission (and poisoned the elixir) and I can confirm that it does not count as killing anyone.
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User Info: Paradox421

Paradox421
4 years ago#5
But does it affect chaos at all?
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User Info: mistral93

mistral93
4 years ago#6
No
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User Info: Paradox421

Paradox421
4 years ago#7
Very good to know. I was about to skip that rune.
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