Having been detained for conspiring with the werewolf that supposedly killed a young boy, most of the party was thrown at the mercy of Lydia Marten, acting as judge. Deciding to defend themselves in this probably kangaroo court, the group began trying to prove their innocence. To prevent the party's magic, an anti-magic bubble was placed around the defense's table. As witness after witness went to the stand, their innocence was put into question. When Odric went to the stand, The party questioned his mental state as well as his physical state when the supposedly crippled man jump onto a table and brandished a knife. Gart soon took to the stand to explain the events of that night but managed to leave out who the werewolf on their side was. When it was discovered that there was another party member, a sobbing Magnolia was brought into the court. During the recess, Bing managed to convince Magnolia that she somehow was responsible for the events that she in no way could have been a part of. When professing her "guilt", Lydia claimed it couldn't have been her at all due to her elven heritage and royalty. When approaching the stand, the missing werewolf burst through the wall, tearing Magnolia apart as if she were a ragdoll. Stripped of their weapons, the party had to improvise to fight this threat. Gart picked up a broken piece of wood while Thalia and Bing relied on their magic. This however resulted in Thalia's wild magic casting fireball at herself injuring both herself and Bing. The werewolf soon slain and Magnolia gone from this world, Lydia dropped all charges, claiming that if they really were working with the werewolf, they probably wouldn't have tried to fight it.