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  1. Same questions as per usual...do your best to stray away from vague answers like 'we're working on that' or 'something is in the works' or 'It's being discussed'. Those aren't appropriate or professional answers to address a concerned community in my opinion. What projects do you currently have, or planning to have concerning or revolving around player retention? I asked about this in December. WTF is going on with this blacklist? The lack of anything regarding this is worrisome. How are donations, and how much running time do we have? Aviary plug in, is anything going to address this issue whilst the plugin is in the works perhaps? Please refer to this: What exactly are the two new admins working on? Maybe this will answer a previous question. I'm concerned about the ETs lack of map story. The community has asked about this a few times and all we get are vague answers 'We're working on that'. Well it's been 4+ months. All for now, may edit in more later.
  2. I don't mind the lore itself, just for the love of god keep a better rein on teachers.
  3. If this gets accepted I expect gun lore out of you next! Also that.
  4. Right now as the lore stands there's nearly zero ic reason to do this, there needs to be some positives from the link instead of just negatives and a neutral-negative(images eventually driving the okar insane) besides basically enslaving the okar. Also literally exchanging halves of souls will have a pretty drastic effect on both individuals involved. I understand the need to keep it simple but there needs to be some explanation there.
  5. A mali'aheral writes a quick note to send off via messenger "Try the high elves, we're going to start offering tutoring to outsiders."
  6. The original magic came from the wheel of time series. http://wot.wikia.com/wiki/Warder I'll be blunt I feel this lore is 'empty' compared to the previous version of it not to mention the boundless resource of the wheel of time series you have at your disposal. What I'm saying is I think you can greatly improve the lore from what it is right now.
  7. Idk what you're expecting...but +1 anyways
  8. I don't believe you have the qualities needed to be a forum moderator. Anyone wanting further details feel free to pm me. -1
  9. I don't think the blacklist had much to do with our low applicants this month. Could be wrong. That being said having our voting system down on some incredibly popular mincecraft browsing sites which is very disconcerting, especially for as long as they have been. I'm aware this isn't your fault really, obviously, I'm just throwing my two cents out there. This isn't panic talk, but...I'm still concerned as most of us probably are. Thanks however for the update, this type of information is pretty important.
  10. Erendriel nods after browsing some of the entry titles "This shall be interesting."
  11. You don't need approval from us, hard to give you a solid answer just from a small paragraph of information. Write the lore and see what happens.
  12. We removed quotas a while ago(3+ years ago) but you're still expected to put in a modest amount of time on the forums.
  13. Neato, plus +1. I know a lot of people say this but definitely an obvious candidate.
  14. Keep it on Topic, this isn't the place to argue.
  15. Haelun’or Law & Government As revised on the 20th of Snows Maiden, 1600 Law The Obvious Laws The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate violent tendencies. This extends into any and all acts of physical aggression upon another citizen, mali’aheral or not, who are allowed within the state. Violence is the tool of the primitive, and all disputes can and should be solved by means of civil discussion. Such violent acts are something reserved for those who have dedicated their lives to the protection of our state - the Sillumiran. If, however, one finds themselves in immediate danger, self-defence is of course legal. 2. The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate greed. Theft of any conceivable nature is frowned upon greatly within our venerated society. There are no exceptions to this rule. As a society we are called to craft, develop and earn our own belongings. To steal is to disrespect the work of one’s bloodline and to bring shame to your own. 3. The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate the presence of visitors who bear the state ill-will. Those individuals who are deemed to be disrespectful, ignorant and or dangerous shall not be allowed through our gates. To be permitted entry into the silver city as a foreign visitor is a great honor. Those who display a distinct disregard for our culture and values will promptly be escorted out of the city and their chance at future visits severely decreased. 4. The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate the purposeful tarnishment of purity. This applies only to First Class Citizens. Purity as a concept has been interpreted differently by many of our kin over the centuries. We acknowledge this fact and accept there may be some areas of discrepancy. However should your actions consistently violate the commonly held beliefs of the council, you will be requested to return to the path of purity or take your leave from the state. Our ancestors strove for purity and we honor our bloodlines by preserving it in mind, heart and blood. 5. The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate destruction of written thought. Knowledge, being a key aspect of the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya, is to be respected and preserved always. We are privileged to live in a society where our citizenry collectively strive for progress and the betterment of Haelun’or and the realm as a whole. To destroy any tome of value is to lose a piece of knowledge, a conduit of wisdom. In recognition of this, such a crime is treated with equal distaste to that of violence or theft. 6. The blessed residents of Haelun’or will not tolerate the presence of the uninvited within the Eternal Library. The knowledge held within the Eternal Library is the collective work of numerous minds from both within and outside the city over countless years. As such, these valuable tomes are not for the perusal of an individual who does not share in our highest regard for knowledge. For a foreigner to enter is a great honor and is only possible with the explicit permission of the exalted citizenry. 7. The Okarir’tir is the foremost figure of authority in matters pertaining the laws of the mali’aheral civilisation as they guard the state and keep the peace. The Okarir’tir is an esteemed position upon the Silver Council. They follow and enforce the laws of the state with great fervour, ensuring both the safety and preservation of Haelun’or and its culture. The Okarir’tir shall be chosen by the Council, and, should the Council be dissatisfied with their actions, can be removed by the same process as any of Elhieal’thilln. 8. The revered Sillumiran have the right to uphold the ways of the mali’aheral people, and guard the culture of Haelun’or from those whom would disrupt it. The Sillumiran obey the orders of the Okarir’tir and will follow them unquestioningly. They are allowed, however, to perform any punishment they deem fit for breaking these listed offences, under the sole condition that the punishment they inflict does not conflict with any other current law, or the traditions of mali’aheral culture. The Dichotomy of Lewdness (Taken from Mrs Ante'vuln Lazul's campaign against intimate practices) Crimes of lewdness are defined as such: -Physical fraternization outside of marriage. This despicable crime disrespects the very nature of the matrimonial union. Unmarried Citizens who physically fraternize disregard the purpose of intercourse, and cause unruly distraction, emotional disruption, and in the worst case scenario--consequences of bastardization, which is the most deplorable crime of all, considering it taints the reputation of an otherwise innocent Mali’aheral child. -Physical fraternization with a minor (a minor being any Mali below the age of 50 years old). Children are indeed the most precious safeguard of our illustrious city. Subjecting the emotionally immature mind to such matters is utterly unacceptable, and it disgusts this writer that it need even be listed. Let it be known that Mali under the age of 50 are -unable- to give consent, as their uninformed opinions towards this subject are too juvenile to be capable of discernment. -Public fraternization of an intimate nature A disrespect of peers and the City’s dignity itself, those who violate this covenant of Haelun’or’s sanctity deserve not to walk her halls. -Fraternization of any intimate sort with impures, or other races. Only applies to First Class Citizens. Preservation of life itself resides in the idea of purity. To lay waste to one’s untainted Mali’aheral blood is a crime no less potent than murder of another citizen. -Non-consensual physical fraternization Larihei is blind to you, desecrators of this law. It is beyond reproach. The city shall expunge you as a sick stomach does its vile illness. -Intimate fraternization of a homosexual nature All who express intimacy in a public or private with a member of the same gender should be treated as unclean, dirtying the sights of their fellows with such a display of uncivilized, unproductive lust. -Incestuous intimate fraternization of any kind No self-respecting Citizen will need explanation as to why this type of behavior is both obscene and illegal. Returning to Purity There is to be a new number of standardised regulations regarding those who have fraternized/taken on disingenuous traits that any and all impure mali’ata of pure birth may undertake. As the mali’ata has wronged the venerated race, thus they must seek redemption in the eyes of all who would call themselves mali’thill. As such, they must gain the forgiveness of all who dwell within the pure lands. The “purifying” shall be conducted in stages. 1. The Drawing of the Curtain-- The mali’ata must be sincere in their desire to become a part of the glorious nation, and be willing to perform all the tasks asked of them. They must be willing to shed all childish egalitarian beliefs pushed upon them by the hedonists of the outer-world. Should they not conform to this ideal, they shall not be allowed to return. 2. Righteous Revulsion-- Should the mali’ata be sincere, and willing, they will be allowed to enter the city. Here, they must seek out each councillor and immediate llir, to notify them individually of the crimes they have committed towards mali’aheral. They will then, after informing each individual of the crimes, ask for forgiveness from each. The informed may ask the mali’ata of anything, and the mali’ata will do as they ask with great vigour and a calm disposition in a manner befitting any true mali’aheral. The labours the mali’ata provided are but a pittance in exchange for the attacks on purity they have performed. As a citizen, standards of good judgement are expected and a request which calls to question the logic of itself will reflect negatively upon themselves if inadequately explained. Should an informed citizen request a task that clashes with the laws of the city, the citizen shall be punished according to the crimes they requested to be committed. The mali’ata may not advance to the next stage unless everyone, enlightened to the crimes of the mali’ata, gives their forgiveness. 3. Learning the Way-- All mali’ata must understand and revere the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya, as it is the very phrase that defines our people, our culture, and our civilisation. Those that lack an understanding, an interpretation, or true, unbridled zest for the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya will find themselves shortly more unwelcome than they had been previously. The mali’ata shall be assigned a teacher from the ranks of citizens, the duty of whom it will be to teach the mali’ata the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. During this stage, any citizen may approach the mali’ata with a task, and as before, they must complete it. At the end of this process, they will be tested by a select group of citizens of their knowledge regarding the blessed phrase. 4. Meagre Acceptance-- The mali’ata, after gaining the forgiveness of the others, and understanding the apex of our culture, will be called to an assembly of all pure citizens. Here it will be decided by the majority whether the mali’ata may become a part of the exalted society and resume their title of mali’aheral. However, they will not be considered a full citizen unless they undertake the final responsibility of their race. 5. True Acceptance-- The reformed mali’aheral may now look to the city, and consider it their home. But they will not be known as “citizen” until they find a citizen of pure blood to be bonded with, and propagate the mali’aheral race. At the birth of the first child, they shall be entirely forgiven of their crimes in any fashion, as they have returned all that they have stolen from the mali’aheral people. With this act, they should rejoice--as they have obtained citizenship. The Trials Aside crimes outlined in the “Obvious Laws,” a set of judges must be elected, to operate as a panel of decision makers. These judges, once elected, shall deliberate upon the accused guilt. Once a decision is made, punishment as appropriate will be delivered at their discretion. If the judges so desire more evidence, they may call for a testimonial, or a character witness. An odd number of judges shall be elected, so that their vote will decide the guilt or innocence of an accused should there be disagreement. Any judge found guilty of the above crimes, or any other type of unseemly behavior, he or she shall be removed from the panal. Possible Punishments for Law-Breakers Branding Those discovered to have committed an ata type crime, shall be marked with the word. Never is the taint of impurity removed; once a Mali’aheral has fraternized with an outsider, they are forever marred. Thus, it is fitting, that they shall be marked with their treason, and forever barred from pure repute. For those guilty of crimes regarding impure fraternization, a visible mark upon the back of his or her hand shall be permanently branded, just as their hearts be permanently branded with betrayal of their entire race. These branded shall be unfit for marriage. No legal union or wedding between an ata-type criminal will be officially acknowledged by the city. Fines/Public Indication (Criminal Type acal) Those found guilty of committing crimes shall be reprimanded in a less severe, but no less decisive manner. For behaving as a poor example of good Mali’aheral, these guilty shall be fined an amount decided upon by the panel of judges. In addition, they shall be forced to wear ostensibly a large golden amulet, symbolizing their insult to the entire mali’aheral culture, for a prescribed amount of time. It is recommended that citizens avoid speaking with one undergoing a punishment for acal type crimes, as associating oneself with someone being punished as such will draw the associator into suspicion as to his or her own conduct. Banishment/Death Sentence (Criminal Type ullral) Monsters. This type of crime is reserved only for the most severe, unrepentant offenders. This type of sentencing requires not only complete agreement of the judges, but a referendum wherein every citizen of Haelun’or casts a vote, and at least 80% of these votes come back affirmative, in favor of the sentence. If sentenced as an ullral, all hope is lost to you. You shall never again be allowed into the City if banished, and no citizen is allowed to acknowledge you, under pain of his or her own impure allegation. Regarding the Upper District and Cloud District Only mali’aheral who have approved applications for first-class citizenship may remain in the Upper District unattended. The only exception to this shall be non-mali’aheral approved explicitly by a member of the Silver Council. Proof of approval shall be maintained through a list held by the Silver Council and Evariran, as well as by a document to be carried at all times by the approved individual. Any mali’aheral may ask such an individual to provide proof of approval if they are in the Silver or Cloud Districts unattended. Harassing those already known to be approved is, however, unlawful. Approval may only be revoked by the member on the Silver Council who approved the individual initially or the Uthir or Maheral, unless the individual is found to commit a crime and convicted by trial. Government Positions Our people are ones of careful deliberation and decisive action. With the errors of centuries past echoing back into our Blessed Society, the mali’aheral have once again invoked the Ellir Reform, and with it the Silver Council of Haelun’or — Presided over by the Sohaer, advised by the Maheral and Medi’iran, and consisting of the Okarir; who serve in turn each an aspect of our revered society. It is the words which follow which have once again been chosen to guide our Blessed kind. Ellauriran Literal Translation: The Nobles Sohaer Literal Translation: Leader by Teaching Head of the Government and Head of the State, both as a representative of the people, and an outright physical symbol of Mali'aheral authority. Where our Maheral will stand for custom and tradition, the Sohaer shall be the embodiment of governance. With the outright advantage of power over The Silver Council, the Sohaer bears great responsibility. He or she bears the weight of order, and the one elected to this position must possess the strength to protect the city above all else. For he or she will be the first pair of hands always, to uphold Her. Due to their great responsibility, citizens are encouraged to refer to the Sohaer as “Laurir.” Duties of the Sohaer 1.) Consultation. While the Sohaer presides as the head of government, he or she is obliged to seek the advice of fellow authorities. The councilors who have seats of power should be sought out before large decisions are made, to better inform the wisdom of the Sohaer himself/herself. 2.) Status. The Sohaer claims the right to differentiate between times of war and times of peace. Without a stated declaration from the Sohaer , the City cannot engage in national conflict. 3.) Diplomacy. The friendships of our Nation are tied directly to Her fate. Thus, in the Sohaer rests the ability to choose our state’s official allies and enemies. No tie between our nation and another can be made without the approval of the Sohaer . Also, the Sohaer conducts visits from emissaries and representatives from alien nations alongside Elhieal’thilln. All inquiries on the national level by diplomatic meeting are to be attended by the Sohaer , and ambassadors may be appointed at his discretion. 4.) Guidance. Referendums must be signed into the law by the Sohaer . Ratification of law is vested in the signatory of this position. 5.) Appointment. In the case of exceptional vacancy of an Elhieal’thilln, the Sohaer may appoint any Mali’aheral of impeccable record to hold the seat. 6.) Dismissal. It is the duty of the Sohaer, with the agreement of the Maheral, to dismiss inactive or incompetent Medi’iran and seats of Elhieal’thilln. 7.) Veto. It is the reserved right of the Sohaer to veto any decision made by the Silver Council without unanimous agreement from the Medi’iran or the Maheral. 8.) Pardon. The Sohaer holds the power to pardon any individual found guilty of a crime in Haelun’or, allowing them to return and begin the path to purity. Maheral Literal Translation: Most Blessed Our tradition is the most precious safeguard of the Mali’aheral. Within the figure of the Maheral, our history is preserved. This is not an elected position. Although the Maheral is the cultural head, the Maheral is not a politician, but a symbol. We will follow his or her leadership at all times, and trust in their wisdom, for they hold in their hand the context of tradition itself. The Maheral is a mediator, and known to be only be one of heightened wisdom. This one is a chronicler of our people, and the physical embodiment of all that is Mali'aheral. Should our culture and traditions come under threat, his or her consultation is seeked. He or she is the only one worthy of being called “Malaurir," and citizens are encouraged to refer to him or her as such. Duties of the Maheral Exact duties are delineated and decided by the Maheral who holds the position until deciding to retire. 1.) Guidance. The Maheral acts as the spiritual and cultural guide of the Mali’aheral, preserving the culture, traditions and most importantly the guiding principal of the Mali’aheral, the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. Their most important duty is to interpret, oversee and spread Maehr’sae Hiylun’ehya where possible. When the council requires advice on tradition or is divided, they are to seek guidance from the Maheral. 2.) Counsel. It is the duty of the Maheral to provide counsel to the Sohaer on all matters, both foreign and domestic. 3.) Mediation. It is often the duty of the Maheral to mediate conflicts between Mali’aheral so that a speedy resolution can be made. The word of the Maheral in such matters, however, is not binding. 4.) Succession. It is the duty of the Maheral to select their successor, so long as this individual is pure mali’aheral of impeccable record accepted by the mali’aheral as their new Maheral. In the event this is unable to be done either due to the absence of Elmaheral or public unrest regarding Elmaheral’s purity or dedication to the mali’thill, the new Maheral is chosen by the twice-previous. 4.) Veto. The Maheral has the right to exercise veto power over any and all council decisions, whether it be unanimous or not. Medi’iran Literal Translation: Helpers The duties of the Sohaer are extensive and may, at times, require a voice to speak in his or her absence. Thus was the birth of the two Medi’iran (Singular: Medi’ir); two publicly elected officials who tend the city in the Sohaers absence. While their opinions carry great weight within the city, their powers are ultimately the most limited of the Lauriran. In spite of this, the Medi’iran have become a tangible governmental force; their presence even sometimes acting as a second and much smaller council to the Sohaer in times that Elhieal’thilln cannot be fully arranged. Duties of the Medi’iran 1.) Counsel. It is the duty of the Medi’iran to provide counsel to the Sohaer on all matters, both foreign and domestic. 2.) Vision. The Medi’iran are the eyes and ears of the Sohaer , relaying all pertinent information found directly to him/her. 3.) Veto. It is the reserved right of the Medi’iran to veto any decision made by the Sohaer without unanimous agreement from the Hieal’thilln or the Maheral. 4.) Substitution. The Medi’iran, at the Sohaer‘s request and with the Maheral’s consent, are permitted to serve as a temporary substitution for Elhieal’thilln should the need arise. The usurpation of the will of Elhieal’thilln is to be done with caution — lest the Sohaer deem the Maheral or Medi’iran to have stepped beyond their bounds. --Elhieal’thilln-- Literal Translation: The Silver Council Okarir’maehr Literal Translation: Guardian of Wisdom Guardian of knowledge and pinnacle of learnedness, the Okarir’maehr assures that the city marches ever forth on its mission to progress. It is the Okarir’maehr which is perhaps the most revered of all Okarir, for carrying out this most blessed task. Duties of the Okarir’maehr 1.) Eternal Guardianship. The Okarir’maehr presides over the Eternal Library, assuring that the knowledge of generations past, present and future are tended to— for it is this library which is the most revered of all places within Haelun’or. 2.) Eternal Instruction. The Okarir’maehr presides not only over the library, but also the Eternal College— ensuring that lessons and knowledge are not simply recorded but rather passed from generation to generation as knowledge to advance our blessed Kin. 3.) Eternal Supervision. The Okarir’maehr presides also over the laboratories of Haelun’or, ensuring the continued progress of our people that they might remain the forerunners of learning and technology - both Arcane and Mundane. 4.) Chronicling. The Okarir’maehr takes upon the task, in addition to the Maheral, of chronicling the path of the mali’aheral— assuring that our ways, traditions and acts are passed onto future generations. Okarir’mali Literal Translation: Guardian of The People The Okarir’mali is the foremost guardian of the people of Haelun’or. They are to assure the council runs effectively, and be the right hand of the Sohaer. He or she presides over the path to purity, upholding the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. He or she bears the weight of order, and the one elected to this position must possess the respect of the citizenry and Okarir above all else. Duties of the Okarir’mali 1.) Infrastructure. Assisting in the appointment of Okariran to position and supervising the duties to these Okariran is the responsibility of the Okarir’mali, who acts as the manager of the council and may call meetings. 2.) The Path of Purity. The Okarir’mali claims precedence over the Path of Purity, shepherding those who eschew their cursed ways to once again embrace the philosophies of Larihei. 3.) Housing. The Okarir’mali bears the duty of maintaining housing and the wellbeing of the citizenry at large falls upon the Okarir’mali, assuring each mali is housed and well kept. 4.) Event Planning. The Okarir’mali bears the responsibility of the organization and success of every government sanctioned event that goes on within the city proper. Okarir’hiylun Literal Translation: Guardian of Health Guardian of the land and keeper of all that which is material. Without the Okarir’hiylun the City would be akin to an elf without the sustenance needed to sustain him. Duties of the Okarir’hiylun 1.) Acquisition. It is the duty of the Okarir’hiylun to tend to the Material needs of the city, assuring the mali’aheral are well supplied and that the city is well equipped for whatever it may require to do. 2.) Economy. The Okarir’hiylun serves to tend the funds of Haelun’or, assuring that trade and other economic functions are balanced— so that when such funds are needed they are plentiful. 2.) Construction. It is the duty of the Okarir’hiylun to aid in the construction of Haelun’or, both materially and - and to oversee all architectural development by volunteer citizens. 3.) Supplication. The Okarir’hiylun serves to aid each of the other Okarir, assuring that they are well equipped for the carrying-out of their task, none more so than the Okarir’hiylun.. Okarir’tir Literal Translation: Guardian of Law Preserver of our kind and protector of the Silver City. It is the Okarir’tir who serves the City and its Military, preserving Order and the Law as necessary. Duties of the Okarir’tir 1.) Preservation. Above all else it is the duty of the Okarir’tir to preserve and uphold the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya and Silver Law, assuring that the Obvious Laws are obeyed just as penned by Lucion Sullas, and that all other crimes are seen to by a trio of three Parir’tiran, appointed by the Sohaer, Okarir’tir or Okarir’mali, in order of authority. 2.) Preparedness. The Okarir’tir serves the military, assuring that those who are of both Silver and Red are both of adequate number and prepared to bleed for the city and suffer for the vision of Larihei. 3.) Duty. The Okarir’tir serves at the discretion of the Sohaer and Haelun’or. He shall be willing to put down his life like any soldier of Haelun’or to protect it. The Okarir’tir is expected to fight in all wars and recruit others to fight alongside themselves. 3.) Order. The Okarir’tir, beyond all other duties, also is tasked with the upholding of Order, assuring that our city maintains structure and does not descend into the behaviour of beasts and animals. Amendment One, Return of the Laurir 10th of Amber Cold, 1600 Under the Sohaers word and reformed Council the motion to remove the Ellir Reforms Motions One, Two, and Three is passed unanimously. Along with with the removal, the Council is issuing to the public the ameliorated Haelun’or Law and Government documents. These are our guiding principles and laws. Simultaneously the motion to pass the following Amendments was approved. The council will understand that a First Class Citizen of Haelun'or will be those who: Are pure-blooded Mali'aheral. Have vowed themselves supporters of the High Elf ideal (maehr'sae hiylu'ehya) and promise to uphold its customs. Have shown an elementary understanding of the Elven Tongue (san'Mali) and are able to speak basic sentences. Voting Citizens must be present within the community, and contributing members of our blessed society. May vote if they possess a home (lin) within Haelun'or or its governed colonies or share one with exclusively other pure-blooded Mali'aheral. The council will henceforth distinguish between a first, second, and third class of motion. Class one laws include: The creating or breaking of treaties, trade agreements or embargos The declaration of war. Any fundamental motions that clearly add or subtract from the Mali'aheral governing ideal, maehr'sae hiylu'ehya. Any laws that account for a policy or disposition change of the entire subrace towards any affair, be it internal or external. The addition or removal of any First or Second Class laws. The removal or modification of any point within the Ellir reform. Class one laws require a unanimous vote by the Council to enact considering their importance and possibly life altering agendas. If vetoed by the Maheral it goes to a public vote. Class two laws include all decisions not falling within the profile of an individual Okarir, the Sohaer, or the Maheral, nor are mentioned as a class one law. Any class two laws may be passed via majority four to six majority. If vetoed by the Maheral, it is considered a first class law and the Maherals veto can only be overturned by a full unanimous vote of the council. The Heial'thilln shall consist of: The Sohaer, whose single vote serves as a tiebreaker. The Maheral, who is consulted for matters of tradition and is allowed to veto referendums, amendments, or additional laws, etcetera. Two Medi’iran, who are each allowed to cast a single vote and veto any Sohaer decisions regarding referendums, amendments, or additional laws, etcetera. Four Okariran, allowed to cast or withhold a single vote. Any Citizen has the right to audit any meetings held by the council, except those excluded by the Sohaer, but are not entitled to speak or cast any votes. It shall be within the duties of the council ito: Meet no less than once every twenty-one elven days Only continuing each meeting if it is valid, requiring that at least 3 of the Heial'thilln are present. To discuss any Laws and release these to the public for referendum upon previously mentioned and defined request. If not all the members are present they have the right to be contacted via letter to place their vote and/or speech. To vote upon and pass any First, or Second Class Laws To begin upon the maehr'sae hiylu'ehya and ensure it is being followed by all Citizens. To serve as a teacher and guide to all citizen when opportunity allows. It shall be within the duties of every individual council member to: To vote in referendum on removing a member of Elheial’thilln should they be found to act against the better interests of Haelun’or. The vote requires two-thirds of the council to pass. To forfeit their position from the council if absent for two elven years without previous notice to the Council or her citizens. Additionally the voting power of the Sohaer is officially changed from one vote to two votes in all matters regarding Council voting. With this addition the removal of the Uthir position, and implementation of the old Sohaer position is voted into place which can be found below: Sohaer Literal Translation: Leader by Teaching Head of the Government and Head of the State, both as a representative of the people, and an outright physical symbol of Mali'aheral authority. Where our Maheral will stand for custom and tradition, the Sohaer shall be the embodiment of governance. With the outright advantage of power over The Silver Council, the Sohaer bears great responsibility. He or she bears the weight of order, and the one elected to this position must possess the strength to protect the city above all else. For he or she will be the first pair of hands always, to uphold Her. Due to their great responsibility, citizens are encouraged to refer to the Sohaer as “Laurir.” Duties of the Sohaer 1.) Consultation. While the Sohaer presides as the head of government, he or she is obliged to seek the advice of fellow authorities. The councilors who have seats of power should be sought out before large decisions are made, to better inform the wisdom of the Sohaer himself/herself. 2.) Status. The Sohaer claims the right to differentiate between times of war and times of peace. Without a stated declaration from the Sohaer , the City cannot engage in national conflict. The declaration of war must be voted on by the Council after the Sohaer introduces the motion for a declaration of war or peace. 3.) Diplomacy. The friendships of our Nation are tied directly to Her fate. Thus, in the Sohaer rests the ability to choose our state’s official allies and enemies. No tie between our nation and another can be made without the approval of the Sohaer . Also, the Sohaer conducts visits from emissaries and representatives from alien nations alongside Elhieal’thilln. All inquiries on the national level by diplomatic meeting are to be attended by the Sohaer , and ambassadors may be appointed at his discretion. 4.) Guidance. Referendums must be signed into the law by the Sohaer. Ratification of law is vested in the signatory of this position. 5.) Appointment. In the case of exceptional vacancy of an Elhieal’thilln, the Sohaer may appoint any Mali’aheral of impeccable record to hold the seat. 6.) Dismissal. It is the duty of the Sohaer, with the agreement of the Maheral, to dismiss inactive or incompetent Medi’iran and seats of Elhieal’thilln. The motion to dismiss a council member must have two thirds vote of the Council to pass. 7.) Veto. It is the reserved right of the Sohaer to veto any decision made by the Silver Council without unanimous agreement from the Medi’iran or the Maheral. 8.) Pardon. The Sohaer holds the power to pardon any individual found guilty of a crime in Haelun’or, allowing them to return and begin the path to purity. This document and all articles within are designed for the benefit of mali’aheral kind. Furthermore, this document is liable to change should the people of mali’aheral land deem it required. Anything that is not outlined within these laws shall be considered legal. However, it is beneath our noble blood to find “loopholes” in the laws of the land, and such attempts will be looked upon with equal parts irritation and disgust. maehr'sae hiylun'ehya