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In [[adventurer mode]], it is possible to '''surrender''' by using the {{k|x}} key to "yield", thus assuming a submissive posture. Surrender may end a [[level of conflict|lethal]] conflict, but not a no quarter conflict. It is also possible to use the {{k|k}}onversation menu to demand that someone else yield. An enemy's surrender is generally indicated by them yelling "I yield! I yield!".
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In [[adventurer mode]], it is possible to '''surrender''' by using the {{k|y}}ield key, thus assuming a submissive posture. Surrender may end a [[level of conflict|lethal]] conflict, but not a no quarter conflict. It is also possible to use the {{k|k}}onversation menu to demand that someone else yield. An enemy's surrender is generally indicated by them yelling "I yield! I yield!".
  
 
Faking surrender may elevate conflict from lethal to no quarter.
 
Faking surrender may elevate conflict from lethal to no quarter.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:22, 31 July 2014

This article is about the current version of DF.

In adventurer mode, it is possible to surrender by using the yield key, thus assuming a submissive posture. Surrender may end a lethal conflict, but not a no quarter conflict. It is also possible to use the konversation menu to demand that someone else yield. An enemy's surrender is generally indicated by them yelling "I yield! I yield!".

Faking surrender may elevate conflict from lethal to no quarter.

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