Limyaael

[info]limyaael @ 03:55 pm: Yes. I think many fantasy authors make a mistake in treating small societies exactly like large ones, so that there's an elaborate trial, with jurors and witnesses and everything, in a village or tribe that only has about fifty people. Frankly, if there are only fifty people, I doubt they could find twelve jurors who are a) adult and b) could spare the time to sit on a jury and deliberate for days. It works out much better with a larger population.

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