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  1. One elf in particular felt a pain in their chest. The tightening of their throat as it burned in the fight to hold back tears and cries. It was one of the worst pains they had ever felt in their short existence on this world. Their mind and heart was hit with the absolute heaviest amount of guilt one could feel. Their Maln, the only one they had left. He had taken their mother from them, this was true, but that didn’t get rid of the feelings they held for the man as they grew older. They watched Xavis slowly lose his mind from their childhood to where their story ended as an Ashwood. This elf knew they wouldn’t see Xavis in Stargush, but they hoped and prayed anyways.. They hoped that Xavis would find his way back to them, for their hands to meet one more time the way they had once sixty-something years ago. As Father and Daughter.
  2. The Mother And Her Lamb ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Rhaella Ashwood-Velulaei’onn couldn’t help but think about what she could have done better in her years of being an early mother. She thought about it every day, but as the time passed, the thoughts grew cloudier, darker… “I should have never ran for Lunar Sage...” The Mali’ker woman mumbled as she paced around Asimu’lei’s ‘Vallel’ame Forest.’ The beautiful blue trees gave her a temporary feeling of peace as she aligned her thoughts. They had blamed it on her work, the lack of attention.. Every decision she made was wrong as a mother, oftentimes she also felt just as awful at being a leader. She just wanted her children to be happy, her people too, and she had believed she had failed. Rhaellas eyes filled with tears as she thought that she became the one thing she didn’t want to be; the mirror image of her own father. Rhys even compared her to him from time to time- his words live knives in her chest. Reassuring talks became arguments- but it was always her fault.. Or so it was said. Rhaella would take in a deep breath as she looked down at an object she had been holding in her hands; one that reminded her of an easier time in life, one of her most valued moments. It was a small stuffed lamb one of her adopted sons had given to her and her son, Valus, after he was born. She sank to the ground as she held the stuffed toy close to her chest, her tears continuing to fall.. Slowly, she put the lamb down and dug into her satchel, pulling out some papers from her bags Her written will; Who Lunar Sage would go to, words addressed to her family, the dividing of her things.. Plans all made in advance. She would read through it over and over while thinking about the consequences her decision would have on everyone. Nobody could convince her this wasn’t the best option. For not only her, but her children, and everyone whom she loved both in Renelia and Asimu’lei. She felt at peace though, oddly enough. Having taken care of some last things in Asim, and making plans for a future she would not be there to watch. Once done, she would pick the lamb back up. Resting it between her body and left arm along with the stacked papers. The Mali’ker woman stood back up and sighed. Despite her tears and the fear, she smiled then. She felt for the wedding ring given to her by the Archon. Her love for Ailmar and his sons would live on, and she hoped they knew that. She hoped her brothers and sisters would forgive her for the bitterness she laid on them with every adoption Xavis brought into the clan- and Xavis, she knew this would be hard on him, or at least she liked to think that he cared enough to cry for his daughter… Rhaella would laugh softly, shaking her head some as she tried to repress the sinking feeling that ached in her chest. If she thought about it any longer, she might change her mind.. With that she would walk back into her city to meet her sister. ____________________________________________ “Are you sure?” Twilight would ask Rhaella as they looked at the city's clinic Rhaella took a deep breath and nodded, those items still held tightly in her arms. She knew this was a lot to ask of her sister, but regardless she had eventually agreed. The woman would adjust her belongings a bit before bringing twilight into a hug.. When they both pulled away, Rhaella would hand her the stack of items “It’s my will… and the lamb, be sure to return it to Valus.. Ti?” They exchanged sad nods in understanding. With her last bit of remaining courage, Rhaella would have then turned to enter the clinic.. The safety gates then closing. ____________________________________________ Not too long after the clinic within Asimu’lei would be up in flames, the heating waving onto Twilight as she watched for some time. Eventually, she sent for others to help her put out the fire and clear the rubble of the ruined building.. Within the rubble though would be Rhaella’s wedding ring, as well as a star and moon pendant, covered in ash and some damage from the fire. They would eventually be returned to the people who gifted them... and within the elven day, the lamb would find it’s way to its rightful owner as well. ____________________________________________ A funeral date will be decided at a later date by the new Lunar Sage and their council.
  3. Rhaella Ashwood-Velulaei’onn would have signed the pact with a smile.
  4. The Ministry Applications On this day, the 17th of Snow Maiden 1764, applications for the various Minister positions in the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei are open. Once an application is submitted, the Lunar Sage of Asimu’lei and the Sage of Llir’Saner will go over each applicant, giving them a personalized interview to see their fitness for the job. Out of those who are interviewed, If neither sage comes to a decision, then a practical examination will be done in order to test the candidates adeptness at the position they are applying for. The current applicable ministries, and their respective jobs and responsibilities, are: Okar: Tasked with leading the guard force. Akaleh: Tasked with assembling and running a nationalized trade company, and leading caravans. Sae: Tasked with overseeing the stewards, helping with construction projects, and distributing property. Ahril: Tasked with overseeing the courts, and writing and maintaining a comprehensive and extensive legal code. Kaliri: Tasked with organizing and running parties and events. Indor: Tasked with running libraries and museums, keeping a history of the town, and assisting with literary works made by artists in the town. (For a more expansive detailing on each positions powers and duties, please consult the constitution: https://www.lordofthecraft.net/forums/topic/190719-the-reformation-of-the-lunar-domain-of-asimu%E2%80%99lei/) Currently, all citizens of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei are encouraged to run for a ministry position. It is required that you do currently or will reside in the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei at the time of the interview, or after being selected. Non-Citizens, if they take an interest, are allowed to apply following a visit and discussion with both the Sages of Asimu’lei. Citizenship following election will be required in order to ensure and monitor a sense of activity and work going within your ministry. OOC: If you are not a citizen of Asimu’lei, and not in our discord, but have an interest in any of these ministries and want to apply, do message me on discord (Catalina#8540) so we can discuss getting you in as an applicant, and giving you a link to our discord server where the document for the initial application will be. Signed, Rhaella Ashwood, The Lunar Sage of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei Tantalus, Sage of Llir’Saner of the Lunar Domain of Asimulei
  5. The Reformation of the Lunar Domain Of Asimu’lei 15th of Amber Cold, 1763 _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ OVERVIEW With a decline in the Asimu’lei government as well as the inactivity of the current ministers, it has been decided that the positions will be wiped, and reformed to better suit our current needs. This document, in tandem with the Laws and Ordinances of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei, shall outline all standard operating procedures within the domain of the city of Asimu’lei and its surrounding provinces. Upon its passage, all government positions, with the exception of the position of Lunar Sage and Sage of Llir’Saner will be emptied, to be refilled under the conditions outlined in this document. _________________________________________________________ Section 100, The Lunar Council: The Lunar Council is the main law-making body of Asimu’lei, with all non-insignificant matters of state requiring at the very least its partial approval. 1. Positions of the Lunar council: The Lunar Sage (See 101.1) The Sage of Llir’Saner (See 101.2) The Sage of Nor'Tufer(See 101.3) The Sage of Iyat'Inde(See 101.4) 2. Basic Functionality of the Lunar Council: Each member, with the exception of the Lunar Sage, gains one vote on the council Any member of the Council, including the Lunar Sage, may introduce any motion they please to the Council, provided it does not violate the terms outlined in this document or the fundamental rights of Citizens as outlined in the Legal Code. Motions that change the terms in this document or the Legal Code are allowed, but they must be introduced as such before any motion that runs contrary to these current documents may be considered. Full support of the Lunar Council and Lunar Sage is required to make changes to these documents. If said motion receives a majority of the vote, with the exceptions to this being outlined in this document, it passes the Lunar Council and then the Lunar Sage may determine whether or not to enact said motion. The Lunar Sage has the full power to veto said motion, provided that this motion would not hamper them or their authority (i.e. a removal from office). In that case, the motion would require the support of all voting members of the Lunar Council, and if successful it would be put immediately into law, regardless of the Lunar Sage’s opinion on it. Further exceptions to the procedures outlined in Sections B&C. will be specified in Section 3. 3. The Powers of the Lunar Council Following the procedures outlined in section 100.2 the Lunar Council may change or modify the laws, ordinances, tax code, and protocols of the Lunar Domain. The Lunar Council may amend this document, or the Rights of Citizens as outlined in the Legal Code, provided every member is in agreement. If given the request for an offensive war by the Lunar Sage, the Lunar Council, if in unanimous agreement that it must be pursued, may declare an offensive war on whomever they please. If given the request for issuing a state of emergency by the Lunar Sage, the Lunar Council, if in unanimous agreement, may shift the Lunar Domain into one. If in a state of emergency, if a majority of the Lunar Council is in agreement they may assign the Lunar Sage temporary emergency powers (the extent of which is fully up to the discretion of the council. These emergency powers may supersede any and all written law in the Lunar Domain, and will expire once the state of emergency has been revoked. A simple majority of the members of the Lunar Council, if working in tandem, may dismiss a state of emergency at any time. The voting members of the Lunar Council may block any action the Lunar Sage attempts to commit if they are unanimously in agreement. The voting members of the Lunar Council may depose the Lunar Sage if they have committed a violent or high crime (for more clarification on this process please consult the Laws and Ordinances of the Lunar Domain), or if substantial, irrefutable evidence of their incompetence or inactivity is presented before the Lunar Council. These actions may only occur if the voting members of the Lunar Council are in complete agreement. In the event that the Lunar Sage is tried for a crime, the entire body of the Lunar Council will be their judge, any verdict requiring a simple majority of them to be in favour. In the event that war or a state of emergency is declared, The Lunar Council has the ability to instate a draft, wherein Civilians are forcefully integrated into the town guard, to assist the Lunar Domain in its protection. Any member of the Lunar Council may requisition the guard force of Asimu’lei to aid them in any matter they wish, provided said aid will not violate the legal codes of Asimu’lei, or will divert them from a more pressing matter (I.E. diverting the guard force from arresting a criminal to standing guard outside a door). _________________________________________________________ Section 101, Positions of The Lunar Council: 1. Lunar Sage The Lunar Sage is the premier official of Asimu’lei, and the chairperson of the lunar council, the city’s presiding body. They are appointed to their position for life. Selection: Should the old Lunar Sage not appoint a successor, an election, in which all citizens (consult legal code for definition) may vote in favor of as many candidates as they please, is held. The candidate who receives the most votes is given the title. The Lunar Council will appoint one of its own to act as regent while this election is being held, with the regent being given the full powers and authorities of the Lunar Sage, with the exception of being able to name their successor or cancel, delay, or impede in any way the ongoing election. When a winner of the election is announced, the regent, unless they themselves are the winner, steps down and oversees the vows of the next Lunar Sage. The new Lunar Sage must undergo a public ceremony, presided over by a representative from the Lunar Council appointed by the Lunar Council and a religious figure, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then officially, in the eyes of the law and people of Asimu’lei, the Lunar Sage. b. Individual Powers: The Lunar Sage may veto any motion that does not pass through the Lunar Council unanimously. The Lunar Sage may sack any government official he/she pleases, provided that a valid reason is given and that the Lunar Council does not unanimously agree they are in the wrong. A Sage that the Lunar Sage is attempting to sack does not receive a vote for this tally in regards to themselves. .In the case of a declared state of emergency, as per section 100.3e the Lunar Sage may receive any emergency powers that they, and a majority of the Lunar Council, see fit to employ. These powers may violate any and all provisions outlined in this document. The Lunar Sage may appoint whomever they wish to fill empty seats on the Lunar Council. The Lunar Sage may fully pardon any individual they wish, provided a majority of the Lunar Council does not voice protest at their decision. The Lunar Sage fully represents the Lunar Council, and Asimu’lei as a whole in all diplomatic matters with the exception to war, and may sign any treaty they wish with any nation with the full backing of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei behind them, provided the voting members of the Lunar Council do not unanimously voice dissent at their actions. The Lunar Sage is the only member of the Lunar Council that may introduce the motion to launch an offensive war. The Lunar Sage may call an emergency session of the Lunar Council at any time he/she pleases, although for changes to be put in place all sages must still vote, whether in person or through an absentee ballot. The Lunar Sage, in the event that they are to be indisposed for an extended period of time, may appoint a Regent to act in their stead, with all powers and privileges of the position of Lunar Sage being allotted to him for this period of time. The Lunar Sage is considered superior to all government officials, and may issue orders to them to follow, provided the Lunar Sage is not actively breaking a law or issuing orders to a sage to vote in a certain way on the Lunar Council or a trial. The Lunar Sage is required to stand as judge for the trial of a Sage, and, if a Minister is put on trial, may either oversee it personally or assign that duty to another Sage. The Lunar Sage is also required to oversee trials for High Crimes, although they may appoint the Minister of Ahril or a Sage to oversee it in their stead. During times of great imminent threat to the town, the Lunar Sage may draft civilians around them to temporarily assist in the defense of Asimu’lei. c. Duties and Responsibilities The Lunar Sage is tasked with overseeing Asimu’lei as a whole, and making sure it functions and runs properly. The Lunar Sage is specifically tasked with overseeing the Sages, and making sure they are doing their jobs diligently and well. The Lunar Sage is expected to host and hold yearly council meetings, in which the current situation of the Lunar Domain is discussed, and new motions can be introduced by the council. Sages are allowed to vote via absentee ballot for these meetings if they are urgently needed elsewhere. The Lunar Sage is also expected to occasionally host open discussion with the residents of the Lunar Domain, to hear their petitions and questions. If busy, they may appoint a member of the Lunar Council to hold one of these sessions in their stead. The Lunar Sage is tasked with assuming the duties of any absentee seats of the Lunar Council until said position is filled. During this period of time no new motions, except declaring a state of emergency, may be passed by the Lunar Council. In the event that the Lunar Sage is brought to trial during this time, they will be judged by all remaining members of the Lunar Council. If none are available, they will be judged by the Minister of Ahril with a jury accompaniment. If a position on the Lunar Council is left empty, the Lunar Sage is tasked with filling it within 2 years. 2. Sage of Llir’Saner The Sage of Llir’Saner is one of the three voting members of the Lunar Council, and is equal in relative power, status, and authority to each of them, with the sole exception being in regard to their ministries. Selection: Much like the other sages on the Lunar Council, the Sage of Llir’Saner is appointed by the Lunar Sage to their position. After their appointment, the Sage of Llir'Saner undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Sage of Llir'Saner. b. Individual Powers The Sage of Llir'Saner is a voting member of the Lunar Council, with all the benefits and privileges that come with that post. The Sage of Llir'Saner may represent Asimu’lei diplomatically and negotiate treaties (including ones that could end or start wars) independently. They may even sign them in the Lunar Sage’s stead, provided the Lunar Sage is indisposed and entrusts them with said power. The Sage of Llir'Saner may appoint the Minister of Okar and the Minister of Akaleh, and may also remove them from office at their own discretion, unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Llir'Saner manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). The Sage of Llir'Saner is considered the direct superior of the Ministry of Okar and the Ministry of Akaleh, and may issue orders to any government official that operates under these two ministries, provided the Sage of Llir'Saner is not actively breaking a law, or their orders would result in said government official breaking the law. The Sage of Llir'Saner may remove any government official from their position provided they are under the employ of the Sage of Llir'Saner or one of their respective sub-ministries (The Ministry of Okar and the Ministry of Akaleh), unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Llir'Saner manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). During times of great imminent threat to the town, the Sage of Llir’Saner may draft civilians around them to temporarily assist in the defense of Asimu’lei. The Sage of Llir’Saner may requisition funds from the city's coffers to make foriegn dignitaries or delegations feel at-home and welcome. c. Duties and Responsibilities: The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to represent Asimu’lei diplomatically, and actively seek out diplomatic opportunities in this regard. The Sage of Llir Snaer is expected to make all guests to the Lunar Domain feel at-home and welcome, and keep them satisfied in accordance to their religious and cultural preferences. The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to take point on diplomatic negotiations, whether they be alliances, peace treaties, or surrenders. The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to attend the annual council meetings that the Lunar Sage is tasked with holding, or provide a valid excuse as to their absence. The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to hold meetings once per every 2 years with their respective sub-ministers (The minister of Okar and the Minister of Akaleh), to ensure continued activity and diligence in their execution of their jobs. The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to fulfill the duties of any of their sub-ministers if their position is vacant. The Sage of Llir'Saner is expected to fill vacant ministry positions under them within 4 years. The Sage of Llir’Saner is expected to ensure their sub-ministries run effectively and efficiently, and take necessary measures if their sub-ministries do not run to these standards. 3. Sage of Nor'Tufer The Sage of Nor'Tufer is one of the three voting members of the Lunar Council, and is equal in relative power, status, and authority to each of them, with the sole exception being in regard to their ministries. Selection: Much like the other sages on the Lunar Council, the Sage of Nor'Tufer is appointed by the Lunar Sage to their position. After their appointment, the Sage of Nor'Tufer undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Sage of Nor'Tufer. b. Individual Powers The Sage of Nor'Tufer is a voting member of the Lunar Council, with all the benefits and privileges that come with that post. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is allowed to evict or remove any buildings they wish, provided a public notice of 3 elven days is given. The Lunar Sage may veto this decision. The Sage of Nor'Tufer may assign residencies or shops to anyone they see fit, provided it is not vetoed by the Lunar Sage. The Sage of Nor'Tufer must approve all new construction projects within the territories of Asimu’lei, and is allowed to requisition funds from the town coffers to assist in their creation. The Sage of Nor'Tufer may appoint the Minister of Sae and the Minister of Ahril , and may also remove them from office at their own discretion, unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Nor'Tufer manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). The Sage of Nor'Tufer is considered the direct superior of the Ministry of Sae and the Ministry of Ahril, and may issue orders to any government official that operates under these two ministries, provided the Sage of Nor'Tufer is not actively breaking a law, or their orders would result in said government official breaking the law. The Sage of Nor'Tufer may remove any government official from their position provided they are under the employ of the Sage of Nor'Tufer or one of their respective sub-ministries (The Ministry of Sae and the Ministry of Ahril), unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Nor'Tufer manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). c. Duties and Responsibilities: The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to make sure the buildings in Asimu’lei are not left derelict or destroyed. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to maintain strict building standards across the city, and make sure that all architectural projects are held to high standards of appearance and functionality. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to attend the annual council meetings that the Lunar Sage is tasked with holding, or provide a valid excuse as to their absence. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to hold meetings once per every 2 years with their respective sub-ministers (The Minister of Sae and the Minister of Ahril), to ensure continued activity and diligence in their execution of their jobs. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to fulfill the duties of any of their sub-ministers if their position is vacant. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to fill vacant ministry positions under them within 4 years. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to ensure their sub-ministries run effectively and efficiently, and take necessary measures if their sub-ministries do not run to these standards. The Sage of Nor'Tufer is expected to create new buildings and sectors upon the request of the Lunar Sage and/or the Lunar Council, and assist heavily in their creation. 4. Sage of’Iyat'Inde The Sage of Iyat'Inde is one of the three voting members of the Lunar Council, and is equal in relative power, status, and authority to each of them, with the sole exception being in regard to their ministries. Selection: Much like the other sages on the Lunar Council, the Sage of Iyat'Inde is appointed by the Lunar Sage to their position. After their appointment, the Sage of Iyat'Inde undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Sage of Nor'Tufer. b. Individual Powers The Sage of Iyat'Inde is a voting member of the Lunar Council, with all the benefits and privileges that come with that post. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is entrusted with the power to come up with and launch festivals, parties, and other forms of culturally enriching or normal entertainment for Asimu’lei and any who wish to attend. The Sage of Iyat’Inde may requesition supplies from the town’s funds to assist in the creation of festivals. This may be vetoed by the Lunar Sage. The Sage of Iyat'Inde may prevent certain groups or persons from entering into their festivals, or may restrict said festivals to only certain groups or persons. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is tasked with maintaining and preserving Asimu’lei’s diplomatic and cultural reputation with regards to the works of art and thought published in the Lunar Domain, and as such all literary works intended to be made available to a public audience greater than 3 must be presented to the Sage of Iyat'Inde. If said works are found to be in violation of any regulation or guideline outlined in the legal codex of Asimu’lei and this document, the Sage of Iyat'Inde may bar said works from being presented to the general public. This decision may be protested in court. The Sage of Iyat'Inder may appoint the Minister of Kaliri and the Minister of Indor, and may also remove them from office at their own discretion, unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Iyat'Inde manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). The Sage of Iyat'Inde is considered the direct superior of the Ministry of Kaliri and the Ministry of Indor, and may issue orders to any government official that operates under these two ministries, provided the Sage of Iyat'Inde is not actively breaking a law, or their orders would result in said government official breaking the law. The Sage of Iyat'Inde may remove any government official from their position provided they are under the employ of the Sage of Iyat'Inde or one of their respective sub-ministries (The Ministry of Kaliri and the Ministry of Indor), unless their motion is vetoed by the Lunar Sage (this veto may be vetoed if the Sage of Iyat'Inde manages to get the support of the two other voting members of the Lunar Council). c. Duties and Responsibilities: The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to review all prospective cultural and literary material in a swift and timely fashion (1-2 elven days), and if temporarily indisposed assign said work to a subordinate. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to frequently provide and host festivals, events, and other culturally enriching and engaging activities for the town. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to make sure that all literary and cultural works conform to the standards outlined by the Asimu’lei code of law. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to attend the annual council meetings that the Lunar Sage is tasked with holding, or provide a valid excuse as to their absence. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to hold meetings once per every 2 years with their respective sub-ministers (The Minister of Kaliri and the Minister of Indor), to ensure continued activity and diligence in their execution of their jobs. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to fulfill the duties of any of their sub-ministers if their position is vacant. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to fill vacant ministry positions under them within 4 years. The Sage of Iyat'Inde is expected to ensure their sub-ministries run effectively and efficiently, and take necessary measures if their sub-ministries do not run to these standards. _________________________________________________________ Section 102, Ministers: 1. Minister of Okar The Minister of Okar is a minister beneath the Sage of Llir’Saner, entrusted with maintaining and leading the guard force of the Lunar Domain. Selection: The Minister of Okar is appointed by the Sage of Llir’Saner to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Okar undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Okar. Powers: The Minister of Okar is the highest military official within the Asimu’leian armed forces. They may issue orders to any member of the armed forces, and may only be overruled, in regards to military matters and in matters relating to the security of the Lunar Domain, by the Sage of Llir’Saner and the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Okar has all of the powers and privileges allocated to a member of the guard, in addition to his own. The Minister of Okar holds the authority to expel any member from the Asimu’leian armed forces, so long as the decision is not made from a place of undue discrimination, or overruled by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Llir’Saner. The Minister of Okar may appoint any individual they wish to the guard force of Asimu’lei, and/or promote them to a position of their choosing, unless overruled by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Llir’Saner. During times of great imminent threat to the town, the Minister of Okar may draft civilians around them to temporarily assist in the defense of Asimu’lei. The Minister of Okar is allowed to request permission from the Lunar Council to provide or raise salaries for the guard force, to be taken out of the town’s funds. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Okar is tasked with patrolling the area surrounding the Lunar Domain frequently, to keep it free from bandits and the like. The Minister of Okar is tasked with leading the forces of Asimu’lei into battle, be it in war, or a skirmish. The Minister of Okar is tasked with conducting training sessions once every Elven week, to make sure that the guardforce is adequately equipped to deal with future conflicts. The Minister of Okar is tasked with attending the meetings that the Sage of Llir’Saner holds, and presenting to him full reports, whether they be written or verbal, of his activities since they had last met. The Minister of Okar is tasked with making sure that the guard force of Asimu’lei is well-run and disciplined, and is responsible for punishing offending members of it. The Minister of Okar is tasked with making sure that Asimu’lei is well-protected, and that criminals are caught and brought to the Ministry of Ahril. 2. Minister of Akaleh The Minister of Akaleh is a minister beneath the Sage of Llir’Saner, tasked with overseeing the trade company of Asimu’lei and all further monetary ventures launched by the government of Asimu’lei. Selection The Minister of Akaleh is appointed by the Sage of Llir’Saner to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Akaleh undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Akaleh. Powers The Minister of Akaleh is allowed to establish stalls in foriegn nations, through which goods of the Asimu’lei trade company are to be sold. The Minister of Akaleh is allowed to buy and sell goods, both at these stalls and to private buyers in the hopes of bringing in monetary or product gain for the Lunar Domain. The Minister of Akaleh is allowed to hire and fire workers to manage and sell these goods, who are given jobs as per his wishes. He is allowed to use the town's funds granted to him to pay these workers in exchange for either services or goods. The Minister of Akaleh is allowed to request usage of the town’s funds from the Lunar Council to fund his ventures, with the provision that 100% of the profits be given back to the town’s coffers. The Minister of Akaleh is allowed to create and lead caravans to other settlements, to sell Asimu’lean goods there. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Akaleh is tasked with bringing in a steady flow of monetary revenue to the Lunar Domain. The Minister of Akaleh is tasked with maintaining all stalls belonging to the Asimu’lei trade company, and making sure that they do not run out of stock. The Minister of Akaleh is expected to attend the meetings that the Sage of Llir’Saner holds, or produce a valid excuse as to his absence The Minister of Akaleh is tasked with making sure that his ministry is well-running and efficient. The Minister of Akaleh must keep a comprehensive ledger of all monetary transactions done by his ministry. 3. Minister of Sae The Minister of Sae is the Minister tasked with leading the stewards of Asimu’lei and overseeing property ownership within the town. Selection The Minister of Sae is appointed by the Sage of Nor'Tufer to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Sae undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Sae. Powers The Minister of Sae has the same powers as a steward. The Minister of Sae may evict any person they see fit from their residency or stall, with permission from the Sage of Nor'Tufer, provided it is not vetoed by the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Sae may assign any person they see fit to a residency, provided it is not vetoed by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Nor'Tufer. The Minister of Sae may assign any person or business they see fit to a stall or building, provided it is not vetoed by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Nor'Tufer. The Minister of Sae may hire and fire stewards to assist them in their duties as they please, provided that their appointments are not vetoed by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Nor'Tufer. The Minister of Sae may collect taxes, or assign stewards to collect them for him, provided that said taxes were approved by the Lunar Council. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Sae is expected to answer civilian requests for housing and stalls quickly The Minister of Sae is expected to keep a cohesive ledger of ownership of properties within the Lunar Domain. The Minister of Sae is expected to ensure that their Ministry runs smoothly and effectively. The Minister of Sae has the same responsibilities as a Steward. The Minister of Sae is expected to attend the meetings held by the Sage of Nor'Tufer, or give a valid reason as to their absence. The Minister of Sae is expected to hand out property fairly, and evict anyone who is deemed inactive. The Minister of Sae must collect and maintain a system for collecting taxes, upon their ratification by the Lunar Council. 4. The Minister of Ahril The Minister of Ahril is a minister underneath the Sage of Nor'Tufer, tasked with overseeing the legal and judicial systems of Asimu’lei. Selection The Minister of Ahril is appointed by the Sage of Nor'Tufer to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Ahril undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Ahril. Powers The Minister of Ahril may appoint and remove Judges and Lawyers to their posts, unless vetoed by the Sage of Nor'Tufer or the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Ahril may present new legal codes to the Lunar Council for their approval. The Minister of Ahril, unless shown to have a personal stake in a court case, may at any time assign a different Judge to oversee it or appoint himself to oversee it, unless vetoed by the Lunar Sage. This motion is not allowed for trials involving himself, high-crimes, or any member of the Lunar Council, including the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Ahril, unless shown to have a personal stake in a court case or vetoed by the Lunar Sage, may allow a court case to be-reheard, with himself presiding over it as judge. This may only be done once per case. This motion is not allowed for trials involving himself, high-crimes, any member of the Lunar Council, including the Lunar Sage, or the trial of another minister. The Minister of Ahril is tasked with assigning Judges and Lawyers to every case, upon request. The Minister of Ahril may draft citizens of the public to serve as a Jury for criminal cases. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Ahril is expected to make sure that the courts of Asimu’lei are fair, just, speedy, and unbiased, and, if found to be lacking in any of these regards, make the necessary changes. The Minister of Ahril is expected to study the Asimu’lean legal code for loopholes and blind-spots, and, if those are found, propose the prerequisite adjustments to erase them to the council. The Minister of Ahril is expected to make sure that every citizen receives legal representation upon request. The Minister of Ahril is expected to attend the meetings that the Sage of Nor'Tufer holds, or provide a valid excuse as to their absence. 5. The Minister of Kaliri The Minister of Kaliri is a minister underneath the Sage of Iyat’Inde, primarily tasked with hosting parties and events in the Lunar Domain. Selection The Minister of Kaliri is appointed by the Sage of Iyat’Inde to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Kaliril undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Kaliri. Powers The Minister of Kaliri may hire and/or fire event organizers, to assist them in creating their festivals and events, unless vetoed by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Iyat’Inde. The Minister of Kaliri may host events and festivals of their choosing, unless vetoed by the Lunar Sage or the Sage of Iyat’Inde. The Minister of Kaliri may requisition town funds or assets to assist with their festivals/activities, upon being given permission by the Sage of Iyat’Inde, which in turn may be vetoed by the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Kaliri may invite specific groups or individuals to attend their festivals and/or open up shops and stalls at them, although this may be vetoed by The Lunar Sage, the Sage of Llir’Saner, or the Sage of Iyat’Inde. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Kaliri is expected to regularly create fun and interesting events for the populace to enjoy. The Minister of Kaliri is expected to make sure that their Ministry operates smoothly and effectively, and if it is found to not be doing so, take the necessary steps to improve it. The Minister of Kaliri is expected to make sure that their events are not culturally insensitive and provoking, as to garner negative attention from a group. 6. Minister of Indor Selection The Minister of Indor is appointed by the Sage of Iyat’Inde to their position. After their appointment, the Minister of Indor undergoes a public ceremony, presided over by the Lunar Sage and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, the Minister of Indor. Powers The Minister of Indor is granted ownership over all public buildings and repositories of knowledge, including but not limited to Libraries and Museums. The Minsister of Indor may requisition town funds and resources, with the permission of the Sage of Iyat’Inde, to improve these ventures. The Minister of Indor, with permission from the Sage of Iyat’Inde, may review literary works in their stead. The Minister of Indor may recruit and fire individuals to assist him with his duties, which may be vetoed by the Sage of Iyat’Inde or the Lunar Sage. The Minister of Indor may requisition town funds to assist cultural works being created in Asimu’lei, with permission from the Sage of Iyat’Inde, which may be vetoed by the Lunar Sage. Duties and Responsibilities The Minister of Indor is tasked with maintaining and creating Asimu’lei’s culture, and assisting those who seek to improve it, whether that be through literary works or public demonstrations. The Minister of Indor is tasked with keeping a comprehensive history of the Lunar Domain, to be passed from one Minister of Indor to the next. The Minister of Indor is expected to make sure that their ministry runs effectively and smoothly, and, if it does not, take the necessary steps to amend it. The Minister of Indor is expected to attend the meetings held by the Sage of Iyat’Inde, or provide a valid reason as to their absence. _________________________________________________________ Section 103, Ministry Jobs: 1.Guard A Guard is the primary member of Asimu’lei’s armed forces, tasked with protecting the Lunar Domain and everyone in it. They are appointed to their post by the Minister of Okar. Selection Guards are appointed by the Minister of Okar, the Sage of Llir’Saner, or the Lunar Sage to their position. After their appointment, the Guard in question undergoes a public or private ceremony, presided over by the Minister of Okar and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, a Guard of Asimu’lei. Powers Asimu’lean guards have full control of the gate to the Lunar Domain, and the keys to its cells, provided that they do not let criminals escape or hostile forces enter. A member of the Asimu’lei guard is allowed to make an arrest or take violent action, provided significant evidence of wrongdoing is shown or made available to him or witnessed by him. Asimu’lean guards are granted specific protections underneatht the legal code, to be discussed more in depth in that document. Duties and Responsibilities Asimu’lean guards are tasked with protecting the Lunar Domain, and may not sit idly by as one of its citizens is accosted or attacked. Asimu’lean guards are required to assist if able in the event that the city is attacked by hostile powers and/or the city bells are wrung, or give a valid, minister of Okar approved excuse to their absence. Asimu’lean guards, in the event that the gate is closed, are required to have at least one of them near it to allow friendly travellers safe passage into the town. This requirement is waived during wartime or declared states of emergency. Asimu’leian guards are required to show up to at least every other training session, or provide a Minister of Okar approved excuse as to their absence Asimu’leian guards are required to attend patrols semi-frequently, with their absence or attendence in this matter being entirely left up to the discretion of the Minister of Okar. Asimu’leain guards are expected to maintain good care of their weapons and armour, and see that they do not fall into disrepair. Asimu’leain guards are expected to be armed and carrying weapons at all times, and contact the Minister of Okar if they are unable to procure them. Asimu’leain guards are expected to follow the orders of their superiors, and assist them as needed if they are not pressingly needed elsewhere. 2. Trade Workers Trade Workers are hired by the Minister of Akaleh, the Sage of Llir’Saner, or the Lunar Sage to run and operate stalls, as well as provide goods for them. Selection Trade Workers are hired by the Minister of Akaleh, the Sage of Llir’Saner, or the Lunar Sage to their posts. No swearing in ceremony is necessary. Powers Trade Workers may gather resources or create trade goods assigned to them by the Minister of Akaleh, in exchange for payment. Trade Workers may run and manage stalls given to them by the Minister of Akaleh to sell Ministry of Akaleh goods, with the provision that profits are distributed between the stall-runner and the ministry that is to the Minister of Akaleh’s wishes. Duties and Responsibilities In order to receive payment, Trade workers must be active at their posts and provide the necessary materials. Trade Workers must not misuse town funds or steal town resources and trade goods, lest they face the full might of the Asimu’lei legal system. 3. Stewards Stewards are employees underneath the Ministry of Sae, tasked with assisting with construction projects in the town and handing out housing. Selection A steward may be appointed to their position by the Minister of Say, the Sage of Nor’Tufer, or the Lunar Sage. After their appointment, the steward in question undergoes a private ceremony, presided over by the Minister of Sae and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, a Steward of Asimu’lei. Powers Stewards may assign newcomers to stalls or houses Stewards may propose new building projects to the Sage of Nor’Tufer Stewards may collect taxes in the name of the Minister of Sae, provided the prerequisite permission is given. Duties and Responsibilities Stewards are expected to assist in all new construction projects within the Lunar Domain. Stewards are expected to assist new civilians and assign them housing, fairly and equally. Stewards are expected to collect all levied taxes, when ordered to by the Minister of Sae, on time. Stewards are expected to keep a comprehensive record of property ownership within the Lunar Domain. 4. Judges Judges are charged with overseeing Justice within the Lunar Domain, and are employees of the Ministry of Ahril. Selection A Judge may be appointed to their position by the Minister of Ahril, the Sage of Nor’Tufer, or the Lunar Sage. After their appointment, the steward in question undergoes a private or public ceremony, presided over by the Minister of Nor’Tufer and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, a Judge of Asimu’lei. Powers The Powers of Judges are specified within the Legal Codes of Asimu’lei. Duties and Responsibilities The Duties and Responsibilities of Judges are specified within the Legal Codes of Asimu’lei 5. Lawyers Selection A Judge may be appointed to their position by the Minister of Ahril, the Sage of Nor’Tufer, or the Lunar Sage. After their appointment, the steward in question undergoes a private ceremony, presided over by the Minister of Nor’Tufer and a religious figure from whatever religion they hold dear, in which they swear an oath of loyalty to Asimu’lei. They are then, in the eyes of the law and people of the Asimu’lei, a Judge of Asimu’lei. Powers The Powers of Lawyers is specified in the Legal Codex of Asimu’lei Duties and Responsibilities The Duties and Responsibilities of Lawyers is specified in the Legal Codex of Asimu’lei. 6. Event Worker Event workers are employees under the Ministry of Kaliri, with the express purpose of helping plan and create events. Selection Event workers are hired to their position by the Minister of Kaliri, the Sage of Iyat’Inde, or the Lunar Sage. No ceremony is necessary. Powers Event workers may use funds requisitioned by the Minister of Kaliri to help plan and run events, with the Minister of Kaliri’s permission. Event workers may propose ideas for new events to the Minister of Kaliri, to be enacted with the Minister of Kaliri’s discretion. Event workers may do any task assigned to them by the Minister of Kaliri, acting as their substitute. Duties and Responsibilities Event workers are expected to assist the Minister of Kaliri in planning and setting up events. Signed, Rhaella Ashwood, The Lunar Sage of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei Tantalus, Sage of Llir'Saner of the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei Soon discussions about when and how the empty positions stated in this document will be filled.. if you are a Mali’ker, or any Mali interested in the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei and the betterment of her and her people, do send a letter or come find us Oocly: If you are interested in taking any of these positions and or living in the Lunar Domain of Asimu’lei, message me on discord (Catalina#8540) or come find me in character and we can get you set up, or get you in the Asimu’lei discord so you can keep up with us! ? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  6. A dead body laid over a horse, a suspicious scene passing Rhaella Ashwood-Uialben as she would walk over the bridge towards Sutica’s closed gates. Rhaella thought the unmanned gates were odd to see, until she heard the yell of the gates keep above her. “Hey, you on the horse” The gate keep would knock back an arrow. Demanding the Masked Mali on the horse to get out of there. “I saw you with that body.” Rhaella would turn around to see the man behind her, turning his horse to leave the front of the city then. Her heart seemed to drop at the words that escaped his mouth as he rode away “That was Myst, Yes” And the man was gone, not stopped, nor questioned. Gone over the bridge that connected the city back to the main road. Maybe it was a growing sense of anxiety that caused her to lash out on the working gate guard, or the fear that her Mar’maln had been murdered mere moments before she arrived in the trade city. What Rhaella also didn’t prepare for was seeing Xavis cry. As she left the city, she would see him, calling out to her to tell her of her grandfather's death. There, in front of the city, Rhaella would hold her father as he cried over Mysts said passing. The Mali’ker woman’s mind would race.. Telos and Hiren, and now someone who she loved dearly. Though her last memory of her grandfather would be throwing him and Xavis off of the taverns balcony, all she could think of was the love she had for him, regardless of his smartass remarks or jabs at her character. He was family, and she would always be a proud Uialben. The Ashwood would feel pain, but she knew her mourning and tears would have to wait. With her father in her arms, she had only hoped then that she could keep him safe from this danger, or at the very least help him fight the person who had taken so much from the people of Sutica and her family.
  7. Rhaella Ashwood would smile as this was made known to the rest of Arcas. Pleased, Rhaella would order bottles on bottles of Honey Mead with the intent to deliver it personally to the Kingdom of Renelia and their people.. Eager for her and her son to visit family back and forth without worry or anger. The young Elfess would sigh, a soft smile forming on her face as she thought over her next actions to aid in the betterment of Asimu’lei, not only for her people, but at the benefit of her allies as well. Breaking out a bottle of her favorite Goldhand Gin, she would sit down at the table in her apartment, writing a letter then to her father, Xavis Ashwood, about this development. The letter simply read “Don’t **** this up for me. – R.A.” Though, as the letter was sent off, she couldn’t help but think of those in Vira’ker, a land who’s keys she once held dear to her heart... Her smile simply faded. Though, she was still intent on looking towards Asimu’lei’s future...
  8. The Lunar Sage, Rhaella Ashwood would smile, hearing about the news as she would sit inside her apartment within Asimu’lei.. Her eyes would fill with tears as she thought about all the memories she had left in Vira’ker after her father had stepped down as High Prince. Her heart continued to live within Vira’ker, but she knew her duties lied elsewhere.. She just hoped Rhys and Zaos, two boys who she had once considered her sons, do well with the land they she had given Rhys permission to use some years back..
  9. If and when the new’s of Alva’s death would reach Rhaella, the elfess would cover her mouth, shaking her head as she took a seat right down where she stood.. Her eyes filled with tears. “Oh.. My Alva.. From our teen years, past that of adulthood.. I am glad I was able to meet you and call you my friend. A blessing it was to see you again after all these years..”
  10. Rhaella Ashwood would read over the missive, she smiled softly and gave a small laugh.. “Oh.. Goodness.”
  11. Her eyes red, and her cheeks stained with angry tears.. Rhaella Ashwood’s jaw would tighten as she reread through the last two paragraphs a few times.. She would walk over to the desk and light the paper on fire.. going to throw it away as she mumbled “I stood by your side, and I followed Luara’s light.. Even turned my back on blood. This is how they repay me.. they threaten to spill my blood.. and take my son.” She would swallow the lump in her throat “We will see.”
  12. Rhaella would put a hand up to cover her mouth. Was it to hide a smile and a laugh? or in horror? Who knows.. All she could think though was “Maybe I shouldn’t have given Xavis that clown head as a gift.. It seems he didn’t like it very much.”
  13. I think in my mind it was hard for me to to comprehend the idea that a bandit might break into the house and be like “Oh.. A book... Huh this seems like a letter from a mother to her son.. Im takin it.” so i figured it wasn’t that important while I was away for holiday.
  14. Water isn't wet.

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