Tera is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) in which you fight to protect the Valkyon Federation—an alliance of the world's surface races—while also battling for glory and power. With action-filled gameplay and riveting visuals, TERA promises a thrilling, engaging ride.TERA is breathtaking, with stunning graphics that fully immerse players in its varied environments. Couple that with an exciting new combat system that provides fast-paced, intense battles and engages characters of all classes, and you've got a recipe for the best MMO experience to date. Craft the finest gear, form a group with your allies, conquer a world filled with treacherous monsters, and maneuver your way to the pinnacle of power on your server! TERA offers a unique endgame experience, one where players and guilds vie for control of the Federation.
In a world where gods slumber and demons scheme, the Federation needs brave heroes to take up the mantle of leadership. Through martial power and arcane might, you can join the ranks of heroes and save the world of TERA!TERA regrets to announce that the case of Evangeline Godron has ended, with an unsatisfactory result. On April 5, 2001, the Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear her appeal of a mischief conviction. She had swum topfree in Regina, Saskatchewan, on August 24, 1998 and saw her case go through three courts in that province without success. Tera Gold felt that there were several clear grounds on which to launch a successful appeal to the highest court, but to no avail.
The decision not to hear the case at the Supreme Court was made primarily by three of its judges, by no means the court's most liberal thinkers. As is usual, no reasons were given.
With this result, we are in famous company: we accept the decision (because we must) but we disagree with it profoundly. You have heard that line before: recall the US presidential election, and another Supreme Court.
But we did not lose at the Canadian Supreme Court; it merely made no comment and let a lower court ruling stand.
There are unresolved matters. A crucial part of an agreed statement of facts probably disappeared at one point. A judge probably misinterpreted an important legal principle. There is a possible conflict between rulings in Saskatchewan and Ontario. The constitutional equality of women and men remains in the background, having not yet been ruled on in Tera Gold issue.