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Execution Place
Execution Place
City/Castle City levels Castle levels
Building class city punishment
Convert to LEVEL
Building level LEVEL 1 execution
Material wooden
Capability happiness_bonus bonus -2
law_bonus bonus 2
Faction capability
Construction 4
Cost 2400
Requires condition and event_counter governor_present 1 and hidden_resource metropolis
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Execution Place Medieval Executions often occurred inside the castles - away from the population. When a town was becoming rebellious, open acts of torture frequently occurred. A list of some of the most gruesome methods for killing people in the medieval time: -Rats: The executioner puts a cage filled with rats on the bowel region of the body. As everyone knows, rats are terribly afraid of fire (well at least wild rats are, the tame ones usually are not). So the executioner lights a fire behind the rats, and they eat their way through the intestines of the person being executed. -Cuts: The executioner carves a thousand small cuts in the person being executed, this person would (after a long time of misery) bleed to death. -Bone breaking: The executioner breaks just about every bone in the human body with some sort of baseball bat. The final smash (to stop the heart) was applied with a large steel hammer. -The stake: People were to burn at the stake... alive. -Quartering: Legs and arms were separately tied to four horses and each horse would run away. -Beheading: A large sword or sometimes an axe would decapitate the person being executed. -Sawing: The criminal was hung upside down and sawed in two pieces. auch! -Hanging: Criminals were hung at the gibbet and died either by breaking their necks or by choking to death.
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