As we are now about to enter the realms of endless BB's getting more and more fragmented, with the inevitable confusion amongst the younger Avalon players, may I make a few final points on my behalf:
Whilst a god is free to act as he wishes if a basic principle to the fairness of Avalon play is compromised it effects everyone \"big\" and \"small\".
Where does this type of behavour stop, a god removing runes, erasing waxes held by a seer/astrolger/mystic, removing the cauldron from a sorcerer, stripping a thieves pouch of erasmus etc etc etc ....... .
Trus certain professions are at the mercy of unfair manipulation more than others, mine is one so of course I speak up as should any Guildmaster.
The point is if this precedent is allowed to stand eventually anyone could be undermined when a deity chooses it might help his \"side\".
Perhaps Tarkus is right this should be left to the gods to sort out, however whilst the gods exist despite mortals I feel it is all our obligation to act when the line of fair play is crossed.