It seems that Max (A) Robbed a Narn of his oath and therefore his right to fulfill that oath by letting misguied human loaylty to cloud his thinking.
Apparently, you didn't read the part were he told me to kill him....?!?
Again, as a human, you do not understand. Of course Zar'lorn would rather die than cease his blood oath agaist the Toth family. Even if the oath taker askes to be killed, the only way out of Shon'kar is the the death of the accused, not od of the assassin. Certainly you see this. Besides, the eveidence that he told you to kill him is hearsay; your word agaisnt that of a dead Narn by your hand. Are you saying now that you did not kill him? No. So the course of action that I posit best is, as I said earlier.
I present from evidence:
MaxWolf: "Hmmm... That is too bad. But your fight is not with me.
I will give you your life for Gem's. I can careless what you do
with Je'Toth, but Gem is useful to me at this point in time. You
can choose, your life or Gem's. What is your answer?"
Zar'Lorn: "Stupid human! Go ahead and kill me! I cannot take back my
blood oath even for the life of my family! She is responsible for
deaths of my parents and who knows what has happened to my sister!
She must die! Leave now and I will trouble you no more."
Max notes that a few people (Narns) have come in and out of the rest
room but no one seems to react to his little conversation. After the
blood oath was mentioned, the restroom became very quiet as no one
enters and those who were in it seem to have quietly left.
MaxWolf: "Suite yourself."
With the muzzle of the PPG on the back of his neck, he slightly
compresses the trigger releasing the charge into the back of the
Narns upper neck. The Narn's knees tremble, then collapsed. He fell
forward hitting the sink, then rolled off onto the ground. Max
grabs him around the shoulders and drags him into the stall, sitting
him up on the toilet. He draws his Ka'Toc, and cuts his throat.
Max takes his finger and dips it into the blood on the Ka'Toc and
rights two words on the wall above the Narns head, "blood oath".
(NOTE: In Narn.) He cleans the Ka'Toc, sheaths it. Holsters his PPG
and puts the Narns PPG in his bag along with the Ka'Toc. He washes
the blood off of him, changes cloths and walks out like nothing
Mr Wolf aknowledges that Zar'lorn's quarrel is not with him.
Mr Wolf admits Gem'toth's necessity to himself without regard for Gem'toth's necessity to Zar'lorn
. This is the epitome of human arrogance and self centeredness.
Mr Wolf also claims he was asked by Zar'lorn to kill him, but in the same response to Mr Wolf's ... interrogation (one initiated with threat of bodily harn, I might add, in the form of Mr Wolf's recounting of former malice against Narn citizens - hmrf!) ... in the same response, Zar'lorn speaks the words "Leave now and I will trouble you no more."
"Leave now and I will trouble you no more."
However, Mr Wolf continues his cowardly act by heinously shooting Zar'lorn in the back of the head
, totally defenseless, and then desicrating Zar'lorn's body by disposing of him and mutilating him in a ... toilet ...
Mr Wolf calously deprived Zar'lorn of life and the pursuit of his Chon'kar, a matter he took on personally rather than in the manner of a hired assassin.
Were I to have the power I would suggest Mr Wolf be extradited to the Narn homeworld, but alas I am but a humble one among many, most of which have little or no desire to understand my culture.
The facts are clear: Mr Wolf shot a defenseless Narn in the back who did not provoke him nor intended to threaten him in any way, soley out of greed and malice.
To my mind, there is no just punishment in the human calendar for what he has done. The only just course is to follow Narn law and tradition...