to willingly aid or assist in the commission of a crime by either action or inaction. Those fully aware of their participation in the unlawful act shall bear the criminal responsibility as if they were the sole participants of said crime. If the charge is in relation to actions against a Noble or to the Kingdom, a charge of Treason may be assessed.
Commission of Assault with the intent of committing additional crimes.
Artificially Influencing Others
To prevent a sentient being from being able to form or express their own opinions or make their own decisions through use of magical or alchemical means.
Assault is the act of placing someone in fear of imminent physical harm. This threat must be immediate and real. Simply insulting someone or a vague threat is not assault, nor are gypsy curses,
which while obnoxious and bothersome, do not rise to the level of “physical harm”.
The unlawful use of force or violence, constraint or mischief upon the person of another.
The unlawful entry into a building or other structure with the intent to commit Theft
The knowingly and falsely presenting oneself by document or statement to be of noble station.
The practice of forcing a sentient victim to behave in an involuntary manner by means of action, inaction, use of threats, intimidation or some other form of pressure or force.
The unlawful possession, production, trade or use of any noted controlled substance is hereby illegal without proper licensure. This list is as follows: Chaos items (including potions), Enslavement poisons, Euphoria poisons, Forget-it-Well poisons, Forget-Me-Not poisons, Love poisons, LP9 poisons, & Obliteration Scrolls.
A combination or confederation between two or more willing persons for the purpose of committing by their joint efforts some criminal act or some act which is innocent in itself but becomes criminal when done by the concerted action of the conspirators. This crime may be waived by writ of the hand.
Destruction of Property
The willful destruction or damage to any property of another or of the Kingdom or the destruction of one’s own property if it is done for some later benefit.
The unlawful gain of money, property or services from a person, people, entity, or institution, through Coercion.
To bring charges of illegal activity by an individual or individuals without the proper evidence to support it.
Fencing Stolen Goods
The sale or attempted sale of goods which are known to be stolen in expectation of monetary benefit or other compensation.
Flight from Prosecution
Unlawful flight to avoid a trial or punishment for a crime.
Any deception, either by false statement, omission or distortion of fact, knowingly made with the intention to mislead or misrepresent to another information on which a reasonable person would rely to his or her detriment.
The forcible and unlawful abduction or confinement of an individual against their will.
The penning of knowingly false, misleading or malicious words concerning another whereby such statements injure their reputation.
Mockery of a Noble Title
To deride, ridicule, or obviously and intentionally disrespect the personage, coat of arms or colors of an individual recognized as a noble in the Kingdom of Élan.
Necromancy (Chaos Magic)
The use of any spell, ability, cantrip, formal magic, or any method or item that calls upon chaos or causes a chaos effect.
Obstruction of Justice
The failure to report a crime is itself a crime.
To knowingly lie or make false or misleading statements to a Noble or Kingdom officer in the course of an official investigation or trial.
Possession of Stolen Property
The possession of goods which are known to be stolen, whether known or unknown to the possessor.
Risking the death of another under circumstances that show an extreme indifference to the value of life.
The speaking of knowingly false, misleading or malicious words concerning another whereby such statements injure their reputation.
To avoid the payment of taxes, fees, tolls, or other remuneration on income, property, goods and/or services to the rightful authorities.
The unauthorized taking, keeping or using of another's property by means of dishonesty and/or with the intent to permanently deprive the owner or the person with rightful possession of that property or its use.