Re: Punishment for consorting with chaos

From: Todd Gardiner <todd.gardiner_at_FDKvk1iC8C2loxZU7fl6-rNNJmDj4GrU5V7tN242mFmiYRtVImNoGRNCucDv1R>
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2009 12:31:51 -0800

While I cannot answer the question of legal punishment, I'm surprised that he wasn't just killed outright by the PCs, likely in the heat of combat. Unless they did not know the details of this villain's crimes until after he was captured...

On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Bruce Mason <> wrote:

> If anyone wants to sit in justice, the bad guy's history is:
> Son of a woodcutter, family killed by an EWF hunting and waltzing band
> leaving him with a certain hatred. Fostered by a distant relative who was a
> second niece of the clan chieftain. Joined one of a loose affiliation of
> warbands but became frustrated by what he saw as appeasement. Ended up
> sacrificing to a long forgotten deity whp promised him dragon-fighting
> powers and taking control of the warband. Others assumed he was a good
> Orlanthi. At the climax of it all, he and his cronies murdered the
> hold-outs
> among his warband, holed up in a fortress and were about to sacrifice a
> child before the PCs intervened. So his crimes are many and include secret
> murder. What should his punishment be?

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