Right of Refusal

Trial of Refusal, ToR

MW2: Mercenaries MechWarrior3 MechWarrior4
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A Trial of Refusal (ToR) is used to try and overturn the decision of the council, the council being comprised of BloodNamed Warriors. If a warrior has done a crime that requires a decision against them then they may overturn the decision by claiming Right of Refusal.

For Example, a member of the Clan has been accused of being insubordinate, disrespectful of Clan Memembers and opponents, and similar incidents that go against our Code of Conduct. A guilty vote, will result in the expulsion of the accused.

In this case the clan votes on the verdict; if guilty (majority of votes) the odds are calculated by compairing the votes.. eg.  30 warriors vote; 10 vote NEG; 20 vote AFF. The person to be kicked out may claim ToR to overturn the decision, but his odds will be calculated on the votes for no and the votes for yes. In this case odds are 2 to 1. The warrior will face these odds on the field of battle. The only difference with this and other trials is that all mechs attack at same time. (ie the warrior faces 2 mechs by himself at the same time.) If the warrior wins the battle, he has successfully overturned the clan decision. If the warrior fails, he is forever exiled from the clan.