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Marras wrote:* Execution? Sounds a bit boring way to end the game.
Marras wrote:* Imprisonment? It would be one long sentence and I think prison sentences would be practically non-existent at that sort of society.
Marras wrote:* Hand over the PCs to the Jarl to do as he sees fit (use as slaves or whatever). This could work, especially as he and his retinue would have to transport the PCs to his own fief thus giving an opportunity for them to escape.
Marras wrote:* Trial by combat? I don't if that is a possibility after the governor has already passed his own judgement.
Marras wrote:I think the governor gives PCs to the Jarl to do as he pleases as a final result, should both players fail their rolls.
If players (or at least one of them) makes the roll, the governor rules that blood debt is not recognized and killings were done to defend the woman. This will cost the governor in stability of the region but that's fun, too (in a game). With only one successful roll PCs will be pressed to the governor's service to collect taxes later (at the next adventure) with practically no pay. If they both succeed they will be actually hired for the job.
This way it matters how many successful rolls were made, if any. Actually both succeeding seems to be the least interesting outcome
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