1-2: Potential informant gurgles blood, and spits out (1d6: 1-2 pins, 3-4 snakes and frogs, 5-6 unidentifiable organic matter, highly acidic) before dying from internal haemorrhaging.
3-5: Potential informant reacts with terror to symbol on the character, or is struck with intense paranoia. Accuses PC of being "One of them!" and flees through nearby window, down slippery steps or over cliff.
6-8: Potential informant is fatally struck with a (1d6: 1-2: knife, 3: shuriken, 4: poison dart, 5: arrow, 6: bullet) from the shadows.
9: Potential informant reacts to other half of binary poison sprayed on PC earlier in adventure, and dies messily.
10: Potential informant gasps in terror, looks past the PCs and suffers a fatal heart attack.
11-12: Potential informant suddenly jerks free, grabs suicide pill and downs it. If medical aid or stomach pump saves them, reroll on chart.
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