Bohemian Gothic (2nd Edition) Justice

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Originally Posted by Thirteen
You really ought to read through the first edition posts. They are filled with some very interesting gems, many from the deck authors.

If you had, you'd know that no "bailiff" in the background. That is the "spirit of the witch." Of those who the judge has put to death. Justice is about balance, and it will be balanced even for those who make the judgements.
Why can't this judge have the spirit of a witch as a bailiff?

ETA: the very interesting thread from the first edition is here. The thread actually just says the background figure "can be read as" the spirit of a witch, not that it definitively is. I like the ambiguity of the figure's intent.

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