convenes in response to the tragedy of Vasilis's death
. His loss is a heavy blow - all the more difficult to bear knowing that Aryn's ranking members must now come to an agreement on the consequences of Teva's actions. Intentional or not, it cannot be questioned whether the young heiress's disobedience led to her tutor's demise. Athena, too, feels she bears her own guilt in this, for allowing her daughter and Vasilis to hunt alone. Aryn law is clear, but Teva is young - not even past her rite to Wolfhood. And she is clearly shaken by the events.
What further judgements follow, if any, are now in the paws of the Council.