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Trial of Lavinia Rischio is a written note found in Death of the Outsider.

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EXCERPT FROM COURT PROCEEDINGS
Conducted by Roving Vice Overseer Alvaro Cardoza.

Prisoner: Lavinia Rischio, of Karnaca (female, 44 years of age)
Offence: Heresy (practice of black magic), Killing (murder)
Verdict: Guilty, all charges
Punishment: Reformation (musical therapy), Execution

Through enhanced interrogation techniques, we extracted a confession signed by the prisoner. On the evening of the 7th of the Month of High Cold, 1851, the prisoner did aquire the blood and seed of her former lover, a dockworker by the name of William Carter (known in Karnaca as "Barrel Bill"). This she mixed with other noxious liquids and fed to a large hound which she named Sugarboy (admitted to be a malicious spirit of the Void which she consorted). Within three days, William Carter experienced a range of symptoms including fevers, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, and death. The prisoner confessed that this was the intended outcome of a pact with Sugarboy, which she performed at the behest of the Outsider.

GUILTY - Prisoner will be subject to experimental musical therapy to cure her of magical taint. If she survives this process, then she will be put to death for murder as an honest congregant.

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This note can be found on the desk in the cellar of the Royal Conservatory during the mission The Stolen Archive.

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