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The Stream Team: Becoming an ArcheAge juror

MJ Guthrie
10.04.14
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If you've made it to level 30 in ArcheAge without any crime or infamy points (or whittled them away back to nothing), you get to embark on the jury quest. This allows you to sit in court and decide the fate of your peers who've been accused of crimes. Is that Firran who killed a group really acting in defense of his companions? What about that Harani who uprooted a grove of trees? Is killing bots worthy of jail time? Is the defendant a pirate or dutiful citizen? Massively's MJ has saved this quest line just for you, and she hopes to make it through jury selection to give you a feel of this peer-run legal system. Join us live at 2:00 p.m. for the first episode of The Haranyan's Court.

Game: ArcheAge
Host: MJ Guthrie
Date: Saturday, October 4th, 2014
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

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