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  • RE: [Closed/Yes]Vote: Kill or arrest Redlock

    @dracos

    Tristan of the Aster, should a good deed of the past be erasing a foul deed of today? No, it should not. I would vote first for exile. If such is not being possible, then there is little option but for I to vote for execution.
    Ursula

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: [Closed/Yes]Vote: Kill or arrest Redlock

    It is seeming to I that there be five choices:

    1. Arrest - kept in cage until death
    2. Exile - forced away from these lands for ever
    3. Mercy - forgive for all crimes
    4. Execution - for all crimes
    5. Send to Tilverton - to face judgement of the Duke for crimes done afore the riots (which may be same as 4).

    Ursula

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Vote:Crushing the Rebellion

    Can the Council then agree for this:

    • The commoners folk who did take up arms - Pardons
    • The Church of Tymora - Pardons if they turn away Redlock as the leader of the church. Failing to do so will mean the Church suffers (but how?)
    • Redlock - If she do surrender, she will be exiled or forever put in a cage. If she do not surrender, she will be hunted and executed.
    • Lower House
      • Those who do surrender can be serving the city until debt of life is paid
      • Those who do not surrender will be hunted and killed
    • Jo of the Faceless - If she surrenders, she will be exiled or imprisoned. If not, she will be hunted and executed.
    • Ercole - Execution for crimes of treason, inciting rebellion, other crimes.
    • House Misrim will provide funding (maybe from sell of Ercole's things or from his coins?) to the mother of the child killed to provide for her and any other children she do have.
    • The coach driver to be serving 30 days labor to the city.
    • Shrine of Gondegal - they can put a shrine in the Manticore, but only if the owners do not object.

    Ursula

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Peer Review: Tristan

    https://nodebb.cityofarabel.com/topic/53019/announcements-by-the-council-of-twelve-peers/35

    Take this down, Tristan of the Aster. These are not the words of the Council, but of the Aster.
    Ursula

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Vote:Crushing the Rebellion

    Jenny of Tilverton, I am understanding the things you do say. My words were for Tristan of the Aster. I am thinking he listens too much to Ercole and not enough to persons of knowing.
    After what we learned from Jim of Tymora last day, I do say again that this should not be 'all or none'. Please do help I in writing what was learned. This is what Jim did tell us:

    • The man in purple in their cages was not found in the city but outside in the lands around.
    • Ercole and his people caught this man and caged him, to use him against the city in some way.
    • Ecole was being in the Manticore when the child was killed, so did not push him in front of carriage like some do be thinking.

    Separate them, not punish all the same.

    The people who did take up arms - Mercy. They are scared and hungered and acted under the leaders.
    The church of the Luck Goddess - Mercy. Do not punish the whole for the actions of one.
    The High Shaman of the Luck Goddess - Mercy, for the reason she is high shaman in the Luck Goddess service, and the city would not want to lose favor of the Goddess.
    The Low House persons (Groll, Jim, others?) - Some mercy. They should work off debt to city some how. Make dig ditches or build walls or some other thing. Then exile.
    Jo of the Faceless - Some mercy. She did want to take back what was born of her and cut off! Exile.
    Ercole - No mercy. He did kick this nest of hornets and should learn that they sting.

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Vote:Crushing the Rebellion

    I am not being sure what one thing has to do with the other. You say Ercole 'claims' something, and 'rumor' claims something, but where is being proof of this something?
    Urusla

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Vote:Crushing the Rebellion

    Is this an 'all or none' bartering? Can we not say yes on some and no on others?

    Pardon the Lower House for arming rebels -- No
    Pardon Redlock for insighting riot -- Yes only for the reason she is high shaman in the Luck Goddess service.
    Pardon the Lower House for turning people into monsters with mushrooms -- No
    Erect a shrine to the false god Gondegal in the Historic District -- No but they can put a shrine in the Manticore if the owners do not object.
    Hand over the coach driver -- No but he must pay a sum that is determined by the Council directly to the family, not to Ercole or his men.

    I did think there were other demands, but I am not seeing them written here.
    Ursula

    posted in Votes: Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Peer Review: Tristan

    Many signs show this man is not being wise, but I am thinking he may be not a traitor, just a fool.
    Ursula

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers