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1. If I remember correctly in one of the novels, during Tyrion's Joffrey trial, people were called as witnesses. I cannot remember who served on the jury but I remember the deck being stacked against him. How many NPC's should I have on the jury? Should I just have random citizens or the accusers serve on the jury? I can't remember how GRRM wrote that in to the books.
2. In the case of the examination where a "lawyer" would be cross-examining the PC's, what would be the best way to run the Intrigue? The PC's would be trying to convince a jury, not the lawyer "cross-examining". I was planning on treating the trial as a Complex Intrigue, but I was hoping for some advice/recommendations on how to run it.
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