Just a quick political Synod question; can a Statement of Principle be passed in the Synod with only a lesser majority?
This makes it clear:
Thanks. Come autumn solstice, I’m going to be trying to pass one of those probably. The Way needs more practical advice, I think. As it stands I could kill somebody and state the virtue of pride.
You could, but the magistrate would still probably choose to impose a death sentence. See the relevant bits of the wiki: