OOT: Edited my last post, slightly. Innacent sighed as well, looking up into the sky as the clouds thickened, a chance of rain increasing. She realized that she had gone into here expecting people to do as she said without questioning their own morals. Looking down and away from the sky, she faced the two men and spoke to Leif. "I had no expectation of coming here today. Because of this, I lacked preparation for dealing with anyone. My name is Innacent. As a goddess who of judgement, I should have remembered about your own reasons and morals. Logically, your friend would be right, for the welfare of everyone here. But if you must hear this 'Karma's' side of the story, you must know what he has done." Though her voice had reduced the amount of commanding effect, she spat Karma's name. "To speak of all his sins would take from us days, and I do not wish to stand here this long for the task of describing everything. I shall start with the most notable: Assassination of just royal families, families that brought peace and prosperity to the kingdoms. By doing that, he opened the way for wicked rulers to be ushered in. The kingdoms fell into turmoil, and thanks to him, wars followed. The next, though having much less of an effect on the kingdoms, was far more heinous. After having a mere disagreement with the people of a town, he killed those who would leave the town, until he eventually killed everyone there. Burning homes and stores to the ground, the flames would sweep across the towns, scorching innocent people to death as they slept. Those who escaped the flames were cut down by him or had their heads taken off by his crossbow. Even innocent children, those he cornered in the flaming alleyways and cut them down as well. There, he cut them down. That night, nobody survived. By morning, all the corpses were charred beyond recognition." Innacent clenched her fist in anger, remembering what she had seen from the orb. She stepped closer to Leif. "Tell me, does this require justification? When thousands from that village were slaughtered? Should justification apply to that, then reconsider, for he has done this 197 times. In that number, I did not include the small cases such as individual, isolated families and minor villages. For a man who has slaughtered so many, do you think it wise to keep him with your own people?"