Trial for Shaundra



  • Should a trial be held for Shaundra the sorceress to decide sentencing for the death caused by fires



  • Yes.

    The people must see justice done, Accountabilty must be had for the deaths caused even if accidental

    Bryce


  • Precept Arcanum

    No, the child had no say in the magic she was gifted in her sleep. Unless this is action you wish set for any unfortunate enough to be struck by this phenomena.

    -Blood Dragon, Naresh Sabzvari



  • I think a better question in -how- we are doing it?

    Soppi of the Redwood



  • Is the precedent the precept wish to set that no consequences will come for those who cause deaths by magical accident?

    That is the precedent refusing a trial sets

    Bryce


  • Precept Arcanum

    You wish a trial for her death, when no ill intent was present. We are coming off the horrors of the White witch and we are in need of a powerhouse. Do you think the Grey watch will have anything of significance to offer if the War wizards decided to look upon our city. This child holds potential for a free Arabel's future. The Death's will never not be unfortunate, but to slay a child for acts beyond their control is akin to blaming a storm for striking a tree. Let her pay her dues, but don't slay her for your ego Bryce.

    -Blood Dragon, Naresh Sabzvari


  • Precept Arcanum

    If you had spoken with us, in figuring out how to best perform this, rather than repeating the same thing over and over. We'd be somewhere. Instead you're rushing toward something without thought, I am not against a trial, so long as the charges are stipulated, the security protocols prepared and a threat response made. Instead, you charge forward without giving any of the safety concerns thought and just say "Trial" without any further clarification.

    -Blood Dragon, Naresh Sabzvari



  • If you hadn't insisted on avoiding a trial to sweep it away with a settlement this wouldn't need to occur.

    The charges are murder. As Arabellian law doesn't have a charge of accidental death.

    A lifetime in service to the city would be fitting but that would be for the regal peers to decide

    Bryce


  • Black Clover Society

    The opinions have been voiced and suggestions made in regards to sentencing. I have said my piece and will say no more than that it seems only fair to leave it to the court.

    They will decide if there is wrongdoing, and if there is, what the punishment shall be. The Precept cannot solely decide for the Kingdom in the cases its citizens are slain. It is the Kingdom's duty to protect their citizenry, and so they should decide what is done about Shaundra in this case. I trust them to make the right decision.

    -Levi



  • //who else needs to vote the paladin and the dwarf?


  • Twelve Peers

    In either case the child has an unfortunate future ahead of her, whether it's a short one through a kangaroo court or an arduous one at the hands of the Precept. Seeing how I cannot trust the wisdom of my fellow peers in this Lower Council, perhaps those who spend their days meddling with affairs similar to this daily will do a better job of deciding.

    If the child is killed, that shows what sort of law that Arabel upholds.

    -Councilor Grurec, son of Torunden



  • Trial should be had. Should there be concern of a fair trial within Arabel, I will speak to his grace about the matter being judged in the Bishopric.

    Valtyra Castemont
    Councilor, Bishopric of Eveningstar


  • Storyteller [DM]

    All members of the council have voted. the Upper Council will host a closed trial for this spellcaster Shaundra Gardener in the next few days.

    Await the verdict of the Upper Council.

    -Clerk Johnson


  • Admin [DM]

    The trial has been approved, and the judgement has already been passed. Shaundra Gardener shall complete her training under the guidance of the Precept Arcanum, once her training is complete she shall be exiled from the capital.

    -Clerk Johnson


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