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Cari had spoken to a lot of people in the course of the past few days, she wasn't even sure how long she had been prisoner. But now it was time for the trial to begin. Cari was taken out into the bright sunlight that was not in her dungeon of a prison. She could not see a thing as she was lead rather roughly to some place in the Training Grounds. It still looked the same was her only thought when her eyes adjusted to the sunlight. It never changed. The earth was hard packed but there were chairs seated in every possible open space and people had packed the Training Grounds for her trial. Cari hoped that none recognized her, but disheveled and in her new persona she doubted any but her close friends would know who she was. And the thing of it was, she had no close friends still left in the yards. They were either dead or long since moved on to other careers. Cari was kept standing, the shackles on her hands and feet were rather pointless to her, but she was here under murder charges so she supposed they were being extra careful of her. Cari waited until the new Commander of the Guard took her procession in and called the trial to order before sitting down with everyone else. This was going to be a long day. A very long day! Cari
OOC: Anyone may post their reactions or bring Kynwric information in this thread. Bryon went into his office and scribbled quickly on a peice of parchment. He left a copy for his secratry to transcribe more of and took on of his own scribblings and posted it on the annoucement board in the barracks. In big bold letters it read: There has been a murder in our very own home. Stand your ground, be wary of all visitors and do not go outside alone until this person or persons have been brought into custody. Bring any useful infromation to Kywnric Gaidin. Bryon backed away from the note and saw that it was plainly visible for anyone to see. He only hoped it would stall the killer out. But he doubted it, he could feel this was not the end of it.