I wonder what the proper way of handling a composite "WHAM! revelation" is. Consider a character who gets told/realizes that their past life was fake, that their real best friends are long dead and that they have nasty software running in their ego. How many willpower stress tests should they roll? On one hand they just got one big, nasty revelation, so that would seem to support just a single roll, perhaps with a -30 modifier. If they fail they will take a hefty amount of SVs (3d10 or so), but if they succeed they will be more or less fine. On the other hand, it may make sense to divide the revelation into three normal rolls, each risking 1d10 SV. Less chance that they all succeed or fail, and now the character may be freaking out about one or more particular things (easier to roleplay, and sounds more realistic). Any other ideas for how to handle it?