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And one example.
The party, led by a charismatic warrior with a +1 bonus, runs into some orcs with a Hostile disposition.
The orcs greatly outnumber the party (so circumstances favor a move to the right) and the party quickly throws a couple of sacks of gold at them, which is deemed fitting tribute (circumstances favor a move down).
An ANGRY (5) and a NEUTRAL (1) are rolled.
First, the hostile orcs get angry, moving one to the right.
Then, circumstances come into play. The orcs stay in the rightmost column, but shift one down to CONFIDENT. The orcs laugh and bid the party begone, scooping up the gold.
Next time I'll show what one-page format has done to my more traditional-style reaction table using two rolls of 2d6. I think the format has changed it for the better.