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Personal BetrayalPlay
Treason can imply a deep personal betrayal, not just a legal offense. SlideHis treason was felt deeply by his longtime mentor.
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Historical UsePlay
Historically, treason involved aiding enemies or threatening a ruler's life. SlideKnights who betrayed their king were guilty of treason.
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Grave AccusationPlay
Being accused of treason is very serious and scandalous. SlideThe spy denied the allegations of treason against her.