In Lies of P, Pinocchio has a unique ability among puppets to choose between telling a lie and speaking the truth. This ability sets him apart in a society where puppets are typically bound by the rule of honesty. However, games with an unforgiving morality system, like Dishonored and Undertale, have taught us to exercise caution. In Krat, the truth can often be harsh, while lies offer solace. Your decision to lie or tell the truth reflects not just gameplay but also the kind of character you wish to portray Pinocchio as in this unique world.
After you choose to lie, a message pops up, stating, “Your springs are reacting,” hinting at a change in your character’s status. However, lying doesn’t impact your stats or impose mechanical penalties.
The actual repercussions lie in the larger context of the game. Your lies to NPCs affect their quest lines, causing them to relocate and altering the rewards you receive and the achievements you unlock. Most importantly, your choices in lying or telling the truth determine the ending you’ll ultimately achieve.
Consistency is vital to make your journey more meaningful. Commit to one approach throughout your playthrough – always tell the truth or consistently lie. This helps establish a coherent character for Pinocchio and incurs few penalties, regardless of your choice.
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