Book of Stonemount Area Law
Aspects of the Court
Guilds and guild property
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The Stone Mountain legal system: an addendum to Xyllomers basic legal charter.
Aspects of the Court:
The court deems no particular guilds as particularly trustworthy or as
above the law. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Persons with a
record of poor behaviour (or elves - cronically frivolous) will however
find the court less than willing to believe their claims. Dwarves found
guilty of crimes will be particularly harshly dealt with since they are
bringing Dalzugund and the good name of dwaves everywhere in disrepute.
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It shall be an offence to use necromantic powers or to call upon evil gods
inside city limits . To specify: Possession, binding, demons, imps,
snake headed eagles, creation of zombies or ghouls, sacrifical ceremonies
and any form of mental torture or pressure are all strictly forbidden inside
city limits . If anyone is affected by a new piece of dark magic not listed
above, (s)he may accuse the person responsible. The judge may then add the
new effect to the list at his/her discretion.
[1 (city limits)] Dalzugund, Harts village, Tilverton, Grasslands village and Razza are
considered to be covered by this prohibition. Note that Old Tilverton
ruins and graveyard are not covered by this law.
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Guilds and guild property:
The following are known guilds and guild buildings at the time of writing:
the Alchemists in Razza, thieves branch in Razza, the Psionics near Harts
village and the Monastry of Rokoon. It is the opinion of the court that
these guilds will be protected by there own members and any others who
may be called to assist. Guilds and guild attacks are always very difficult
areas. Murder by a defender is still considered murder but will be seen more
leniently by the court than murder by an attacker.
A thief will return any objects stolen where possible. There is no set charge
as the judge will decide on an appropriate fine on a case by case basis. There
is no maximum fine and the multiplication factor spoken of in basic
law will be set as the judge sees fit (based on rarity of items etc).
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Ozzy the ancient, Judge of Stone Mountains.
Approved: 10.6. 244 AF by Pierrot le fou, Master of the Rolls