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Law number one never outshine the master Nicola Fuki made the mistake of appearing larger than his king louis xiv and spent his remaining days incarcerated avoid victories over superiors it will cost you more than it is worth lonna mature never put too much trust in friends learn how to use enemies Michael the 3rd of the Byzantine Empire was saved from death by Basilius who Michael in turn favoured with gifts and prestige Basilius lusting for more power murders Michael out of greed instead of showing gratitude he was insatiable trust from a distance people are selfish and pursue their own interests former opponents make more loyal and stronger friends law number three conceal your intentions the mesquita Sevigny wanted to seduce a young countess instead of being in direct and subtle he exposed his true feelings for her and she lost all interest as he blurted out that he loved her add a sense of unexplicable mystery to your character law number four always say less than necessary law number five so much depends on reputation guarded with your life during the Second World War aravindh Rommel was known for his superior skill in cunning in the scepter strategy all of the opposition were demoralized and doubting their chances of success facing him your reputation precedes you build and protected carefully below number six course attention at all cost Pablo Picasso would not allow himself to fade into the background he would rather paint something out of the ordinary and ugly than be forgotten all publicity is good publicity don't let yourself become one of many law number seven get others to do the work for you Thomas Edison wasn't much of a scientist but a businessman he would capitalize on Nikola Tesla's genius and garner all the credits higher talents capable of doing what you can law number eight make other people come to you use bait if necessary when I have laid bait for deer I don't shoot at the first doe that comes to Smith but wait until the whole herd has gathered round Otto von Bismarck force your opponent to react to your moves law number nine win through your actions not through arguments mucinous needed strong ship without guarding his tongue his engineer argued that a different type than the one musician is preferred would be much better for conquest despite being right the engineer was sentenced to death don't argue with authorities agree and suggest an alternative then demonstrate law number 10 infection avoid the unhappy and unlucky Lola Montez brought down the King of Bavaria and his whole kingdom by seducing him her lust for destruction and chaos was insatiable countless lives perished because of her nature cut off the firestarters tried to help them instead and you will burn alongside them law number eleven learn to keep people dependent on you Otto von Bismarck let the Kings hand in uniting a mighty Prussia none other than Bismarck was able to do so he proved himself to be an indispensable assets and had a strong position secure be the only one who can do what you do or see yourself replaced in fear sooner or later law number 12 use selective honesty to the your victim count Victor Lustig was going to double Al Capone's $50,000 instead of running with the money he gave it all back to Capone who thought he was being played by a con artist Capone gave Lustig the $5,000 simply to help the honest man tell the truth to gain your opponent's trust be honest when expected to be dishonest to throw your opponent off guard law number four always say less than necessary due to his unpredictability louis xiv would have his courtiers tremble in fear when delivering bad news he would say i shall see have them leave the room and either take action or decide to do nothing about the issue but always with an intimidating silence only speak when you have something meaningful to say actions speak louder than words law numbers 13 asking for help appeal to people's self-interest in 433 BC the Athenians found themselves in a favorable position the corcyraeans and the Corinthians were preparing for war both parties wanted to secure the help of the Athenians the Corinthians chose to remind them of an existing debt the curse earrings on the other hand spoke only of mutual interest the combined force of their Navy directed at Sparta the Athenians allied with the corcyraeans in sales of any kind pragmatic arguments will always trump emotional Appeals the past does not matter don't count on loyalty aim for win-win deals Lorrimer fortune poses a friend work is a spy shall a militia battalion peleg our french politician and masterminds behind Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat would hold himself back in conversation and get others to talk endlessly of themselves to the point of betraying their own thoughts intent and strategy an interrogation disguised as a friendly chat so subtle that the victim did not notice learn to judge a person's character by what they reveal of themselves so that you can recognize a threat before it arises test people's honesty before you consider trusting them law number 15 crush your enemy totally a free ask the dying Spanish statesman and general Ramon Maria nervious does your excellency forgive all your enemies I do not have to forgive my enemies and certain are wise I had them all shot the last resort when words are no longer heard and the enemy cannot possibly be reasoned with the chances for peace at their lowest the only option is total destruction merely wounds the enemy he will recover and show no mercy in turn law number 16 use absence to increase respect and honor a man said to a dervish why do I not see you more often the Dervish replied because the words why have you not been to see me are