Trial by Fire (Consilium)

It just is. They never try to remove it and they rarely even acknowledge its there. They certainly -haven't- bothered to do much exploring of it the land is treacherous. Occasionally, the light house will fail in the gulf storms and a new ship will be lost to the grave yard. They have found their final resting place since before the civil war. And those who dare look into it, those who have peered to closely to the whispers of what lie beneath say a lot of the trouble started here.
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Trial by Fire (Consilium)

Postby Jakondite » Sat May 13, 2017 4:43 am

It was a commotion, in truth. Many people hadn't been there when it happened, but enough people had been at the Consilium to spread the word when it got out. A lot of people said the Hostilities were finally being set ablaze between Synesthesia and the Seventh Circle. People talked about how Azure had come in screaming - literally needing to be separated from the Moros Councilor and set aside before she could unleash the slew of accusations the circle's way, the demand for recompensation, and the return of her student.

If it wasn't for that last part, the Right of Nemesis likely would have already been called. As it were, it was probably going to come up anyways but - pragmatically - Synesthesia's first and most imperative goal was to get the return of Silver.

The Seventh Circle was not giving him up - not without being formally informed to do so. And in order to do so, that needed a trial. In order to be forced to give up the head of the Cabal's own child, Synesthesia, the Sentinels, and anyone else with a stake in this, needed to prove that the Seventh Circle had committed a crime. To do otherwise was to risk one of Synesthesia's members.

But it was not only those who sought to condemn the Seventh Circle that would be trying to make their moves on this. The Seventh Circle themselves put out feelers in order to better own this trial. Little words and whispers to those who sought to be allies and enemies - to prove the opposite of what the competition was trying to accuse them of.


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