In a message dated 10-29-1998 8:13:02 AM Central Standard Time, writes:

> I believe it states somewhere in the rules (I'd look it up, but I've got
> to jet for class soon....) that an investiture cannot take place while the
> regent is 'under duress' or 'under some controlling influence'.. Only
> seems right, the land can giveth, and taketh away. So why can't it dicern
> the true 'nature' of the ceremony. Does this sound familiar to anyone, or
> am I just a wee bit off the rocker thie morning? :)
I'm sorry. I think you're off your rocker. ;-D

It can be done if the victim is held against his will. However, there is a
decreasing chance of success based on his bloodline strength. I don't have my
books here, so hopefully someone else can give you page details.
- -DKE