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I need to chronicle events in a way that doesn't disturb important key elements. Taking a distant, scholarly tone increases the appearance of insulation, but "padding" is easily shot through. In ancient times writers established elaborate "coats of arms" as a means to fool the easily fooled and increase their revenue streams, a sort of hired "face" or "front" for families to project, but as with brand names, the effect becomes dilute through use, and your lineage generic; that's the risk.