The Government of Haelun’or
Comprehensive Edition, for Prospective Civil Servants and Scholars
as published the 23rd of the Deep Cold, 1762
In this ever-changing realm, Haelun’or must adapt to emerging challenges. Today, the esteemed Heial’thilln supports the administration of the Ah’niutiran, ushering in a new political era for this bastion of silver. These amendments will provide guidance and structure to the Okariran and the State, ensuring tradition is protected while nurturing a modern understanding of Larihei’s dictum: maehr’sae hiylun’ehya.
Though this programme may be ambitious, it is promulgated in the hope that these constitutional changes will serve as a foundation for future progress and lead the nation toward fi’tayna: ay’Heial’thillnae maehr’sae.
liewyn'Larihei eltaeleh walehe ohn vallein eltaliyna walehe.
Fundamentals of the Domains.
This document will outline the purposes and functions of the Domains, as well as the duties of the Okariran with respect to these new committees.
Provisions for the Absence of Councillors.
This constitution renders clear who substitutes for whom in the event that an Okarir is incapacitated or otherwise absent from the city. Generally, the Annilerir will assume the duties of those Okariran charged with the logistical and political maintenance of the state, while the Maelunir will assume the duties of those Okariran working to preserve and bolster the culture and knowledge of the Silver State.
The Annilerir and Maelunir.
The offices of the Annilerir and the Maelunir are established to provide support for the Diarchy, to bridge the gap between the Diarchy and the Heial’thilln, and to provide for the prolonged absence of one or more of the Okariran.
Elimination of the Medi’iran.
The Medi’iran, civil servants to the Okariran granted some administrative authority under the previous government, are rendered obsolete. In their stead, Okariran may appoint a single Tilruir as their deputy if they require substantial assistance to execute their duties to the state. The position of Tilruir may also be used to prepare an underling to replace an Okarir who is keen on resigning their office. Okariran may still employ lower bureaucrats as necessary to maintain the institutions of the state, but these individuals will be considered employed by the government rather than agents of the government itself.
Sohaer, Sulraell Visaj
Naeluir, Nelgauth Maehr’tehral
Puerir’medi, Acaele Lazul
The Diarchy or Ah’niutiran constitutes the highest authority of the Silver State of Haelun’or. The Maheral legitimizes and guides the state as the interpreter of the teachings of Larihei. The Sohaer diligently manages the affairs of state as the administrator of the government. The Maelunir and Annilerir directly serve the Maheral and Sohaer respectively as trusted advisors and surrogates, also helping to manage the relationship between the Ah’niutiran and Heialan.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: MOST BLESSED
Our traditions are the precious bond between ourselves and our origins, and in the person of the Maheral the teachings of Larihei are preserved. Only the wisest and most blessed among the Mali’thill are ever to hold the office, appointed by the outgoing Maheral or by a council of Malauriran.
Though the Maheral is not generally considered a political figure, the Mali’thill trust in their guidance and listen to hear their wisdom, for the Maheral’s domain is in the context of tradition itself. The Maheral is a mediator of internal conflicts and retains the most highly sought after opinion among the Mali’thill as chief chronicler of our history and the physical embodiment of Larihei’s vision. Should the culture and traditions of the Mali’thill come under threat, internal or external, the consultation of the Maheral is always solicited for clarity.
Only the Maheral and their predecessors are honoured with the title of Malaurir, and citizens are expected to address them accordingly.
[I] Guidance – The Maheral is the metaphysical and cultural guide of the Mali’thill, custodian to the culture, traditions and guiding principles established by Larihei ehya elmaehr’sae hiylun’ehya. It is the duty of the Maheral to study, to interpret, and to teach the philosophy of Larihei whenever necessary with the support of the
[II] Counsel – When elheial’thilln is divided or the traditions of the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya are compromised, the Maheral is summoned. It is their duty to help the state reach a resolution that honours the needs of its people and Larihei’s
[III] Philosophy – This counsel is required when sought by the Sohaer, by other councilors of state, or when it pertains to the general wellbeing of the Mali hill, but the Maheral may also offer their judgment on civil matters brought forward by a citizen. Should matters of lesser import be brought before the Maheral, it is their right to refer cases to the judgment of the Maelunir. Appeals to the Maheral from the public should pertain to matters of personal advice and civil disagreements, criminal charges should instead be brought before the Okarir’tir or Sohaer. The Maelunir may support the Maheral in mediating conflicts of state and navigating legal quandaries, but they lack the authority to issue resolutions to the Sohaer and Heial’thilln on their own.
[IV] Interpretation – The Maheral’s foremost duty is to interpret the cultural imperatives of the Mali’thill in accordance with the teachings of Larihei. The Maelunir may theorise and initiate debate over philosophical nuance, only the Maheral may endorse legislation, works of art, or other media as faithful to Larihei’s teachings.
[V] Veto – Any decree or resolution of the Sohaer, Heial’thilln, or Heial’lauriran deemed offensive to the cultural mandates and teachings of Larihei can be vetoed by the Maheral as an absolute and non-negotiable right. The Maheral is expected to offer justification for their exercise of the veto and to provide recommendations for alternative action. Should any matter requiring exercise of the veto imply the moral or mental failing of a sitting councilor, the Maheral may order their dismissal from the Heialan.
[VI] Removal of the Sohaer – Should the Sohaer fail to or become incapable of executing the duties of their office according to the traditions and laws of Haelun’or, the Maheral reserves the undisputed right to remove the Sohaer from office if unanimously agreed upon by the council. This right may be exercised in response to corruption, absence, stagnation, incompetence, or criminal behavior.
[VII] Succession – It is the duty of the Maheral to select their successor, who is expected to be a Mali’thill citizen of good standing and impeccable record. In the event of the Maheral’s death, disgrace, or extended disappearance, the Maelunir will temporarily assume the duties of the Maheral and a council of Malauriran will be called to elect a permanent successor.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: LEADER BY TEACHING
Chair to the Heial’thilln and executive of the Silver State, the Sohaer is the head of the nation’s government. Trusted by the people and bound to the practical service of the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya, it is the Sohaer who oversees the day to day management of the affairs of Haelun’or. The Okariran of the Heial’thilln serve at the whim of the Sohaer as ministers for the various functions of the state. While the Maheral legitimizes and preserves the state, the Sohaer has a broad range of powers to ensure the smooth operation of the governing apparatus.
Chairing of the Heial’thilln – The Sohaer presides over the Heial’thilln and has the authority to appoint and dismiss (with cause) the Okariran who serve as ministers of the state. The Sohaer is expected to set the government’s agenda and to keep the Okariran informed on matters of policy and security. Effective communication between the Sohaer and Heial’thilln, facilitated by the Annilerir, is crucial to the effective management of state affairs.
[II] Declarations of War – The Sohaer reserves the right to declare a state of war between the Silver State of Haelun’or and its adversaries as necessary to protect the interests of the Mali’thill. The Sohaer is expected to consult with and inform the Okarir’tir and Okarir’san before taking such action. It is the Sohaer who must ratify any terms of peace for the state to consider a conflict resolved. The Maheral, Annilerir, or Heial’thilln (by majority) may object to any such declarations they consider against the interests of the state.
[III] Moderation of Diplomacy – The Sohaer, with the advice of the Okarir’san and Okarir’tir has the right to manage the political alliances of the Silver State of Haelun’or, as well as the right to denounce enemy states in an official capacity. The Sohaer has the right to request meetings with foreign emissaries. While the Sohaer may choose to call upon the full Heial’thilln to attend diplomatic meetings, the Okarir’san is expected to attend whenever possible. Diplomatic meetings cannot proceed absent the Sohaer’s authorization, or the Annilerir’s in cases of prolonged absence. Ambassadors of the Elemyumiran are appointed by the Sohaer in coordination with the Okarir’san.
[IV] Passage of Laws and Directives – Major pieces of legislation and resolutions of the government are to be ratified by the Sohaer before passage into law. The
Okariran of the Heial’thilln may debate on and sponsor legislation, but the final decision is the Sohaer’s. The Sohaer may also reverse the decisions and directives of the Okariran with respect to their ministerial duties.
[V] Amnesty and Rehabilitation – The Sohaer has the authority, with the blessing of the Maheral, to allow individuals convicted of crimes against purity and the state to return to the city and begin their re-education. The Path to Purity that all offenders must follow to regain their citizenship is to be designed by the Sohaer and Okarir’mali and approved of by the Maheral.
[VI] Succession – Upon retirement from office, the Sohaer may nominate a successor subject to the Maheral’s approval. If the office of Sohaer is vacated by cause of death or disappearance, the Annilerir will temporarily assume the duties of the Sohaer until the Heial’thilln can nominate a successor to the Maheral’s satisfaction.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: DUTY TO KNOW
‘Maelu’ is to know, and the privilege of knowing belongs to the Maelunir. The Maelunir is a trusted agent of and aide to the Maheral. The Maelunir is expected to hear the words of, to understand the will of, and to act on behalf of the Maheral. The Maelunir is expected to engage with the citizenry and to convey the Maheral’s wisdom actively to the Mali’thill.
Guidance and Communication – The Maelunir serves as an intermediary between the citizenry and the Maheral, providing advice and answering queries on the Maheral’s behalf. The Maelunir is to be equipped with a strong understanding of the intricacies of Mali’thill culture, particularly as interpreted by the incumbent Maheral. The Maelunir is expected to advise the Maheral and to heed the advice and requests of the Maheral in turn.
[II] Teaching and Meditation – The Maelunir is expected to be intellectually engaged with the citizens of the Silver State on matters of culture, history, and philosophy. The Maelunir may host formal and informal discussions, give public lectures or call for and moderate debate amongst the citizenry.
[III] Drafting of Cultural Publications – When called, the Maelunir is expected to draft and publish the decrees of the Maheral, informing the people of the Maheral’s will and ensuring cultural missives and directives are implemented effectively.
[IV] Political Supervision – The Maelunir is to act as a channel between the Okariran of the MAEHR’SAE ANNILN’EHYA (Okarir’mali, Okarir’maehr, Okarir’indor) and the Maheral, ensuring that these Okariran fully supported in their cultural duties to the state. The Maelunir will also assume the duties of these Okariran on a temporary basis in cases of death and planned or unplanned absence.
[V] Interregnum – The Maelunir will temporarily assume the duties of the Maheral in the event the Maheral departs or is otherwise incapacitated without naming a successor. It is then the Maelunir’s duty to organize a meeting of the Malauriran to select a new Maheral. The Maelunir may be selected to succeed the Maheral, but the officeholder is not a successor apparent by virtue of their position.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: DUTY TO GUIDE
Comparable to the Medi’iran of the bygone Triumvirates, the Annilerir acts as deputy and advisor to the Sohaer. Recognised as a cooperative partner to the Sohaer, the Annilerir is expected to remain informed on the government’s agenda and to pursue it earnestly at all times.
Representation and Leadership – In the Sohaer’s absence, the Annilerir is recognised as the Sohaer’s surrogate and a figure of authority on matters of state. While the Annilerir is bound to act in accordance with the Sohaer’s wishes at all times, they are to be afforded the same degree of obedience and regard when acting in the Sohaer’s stead.
[II] Veto and Challenge – Should the Annilerir disagree with the Sohaer on a decision or directive, they may dispute the matter and call on the Heial’thilln to overturn the Sohaer’s ruling by a majority vote. The Maheral may be called upon to mediate any debilitating disagreements within the government.
[III] Political Supervision – The Annilerir is to facilitate communication between the Sohaer and the Okariran of LLIR’EVARI ELNOR’EHYA and TAYNA’EVAR AKALEH’EHYA (Okarir’tir, Okarir’san, Okarir’nor, Okarir’tayna) to ensure they are fully supported in their duties to the state. The Annilerir will assume the duties of these Okariran on a temporary basis in cases of death and planned or unplanned absence.
[IV] Interregnum – The Annilerir will temporarily assume the duties of the Sohaer in the event the Sohaer departs or is otherwise incapacitated without naming a successor. It is then the Annilerir’s duty to call a meeting of the Heial’thilln to nominate a successor to the Sohaer subject to the Maheral’s approval. The Annilerir may be selected to succeed the Sohaer, but the officeholder is not a successor apparent by virtue of their position.
DIPLOMACY AND DEFENCE: LLIR’EVARI ELNOR’EHYA (LE)
The Okariran of the LLIR’EVARI ELNOR’EHYA domain are responsible for the maintenance of the nation’s diplomatic and defensive institutions, including but not limited to the Sillumiran, Elemyumiran and the Sulii’vira. The Okarir’tir and Okarir’san will work in concert to ensure the state and its citizens are protected from external threats and internal deviance while monitoring for and rooting out any indecency within the rank and file.
In coordination, the Okarir’tir and Okarir’san are expected to manage the communications and relationships of Haelun’or with foreign powers. Together, the two Okariran may better service the alliances of the Silver State and prepare for any potential threats from beyond silver walls. The Okarir’tir and Okarir’san are expected to meet regularly in times of peace and war alike to ensure the agenda of the Silver State is implemented seamlessly across institutions.
military and guard duties. The Divkinaelan serve under the Okarir’tir and Tilruir’tir to provide additional supervisory support.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF LAW
The Okarir’tir manages the judiciary and military functions of the Silver State. The Okarir’tir is expected to advise the Sohaer and Heial’thilln on matters of new and existing criminal law. The Okarir’tir presides over the Sillumiran and is responsible for the punishment of those convicted in criminal trials.
Codification of the Law – The Okarir’tir will advise the Sohaer and lead their fellow Okariran in the drafting and revision of criminal laws, to ensure the Mali’thill are protected from internal and external threats. The Okarir’tir is limited in this regard to matters of criminal law, as cultural laws are the purview of the Maheral and Maelunir.
[II] Leadership of the Military – The Okarir’tir is the commanding officer of the Sillumiran and of the Sulii’vira. The Okarir’tir is expected to appoint a Tilruir’tir to serve as a general of the armies and to help manage the Sillumiran in their
military and guard duties. The Divkinaelan serve under the Okarir’tir and Tilruir’tir to provide additional supervisory support.
[III] Law Enforcement – Throughout the legal process by which suspected criminal elements are prosecuted, the Okarir’tir shall be watching and listening. Through the instrument of the Sillumiran the Okarir’tir maintains order in the city and detains those who threaten the physical and moral safety of the citizenry. The Okarir’tir issues and administers punishment to those convicted at trial.
[IV] Brandishing of the Sword – As every drop of Mali’thill blood is precious in the pursuit of the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya, it is a solemn thing when the Silver State is forced to arms. External threats to the city and its people however must not be tolerated, and it is the Okarir’tir at the direction of the Sohaer who is to plan and coordinate military action. The Okarir’tir is expected to lead the forces of the Silver State into battle.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF DIPLOMACY
The Okarir’san is responsible for all diplomatic functions of the Silver State and is the chief communications officer of the Heial’thilln. The Okarir’san organizes and oversees the Elemyumiran, the ambassador corps of the Silver State. The Okarir’san is also expected to manage the relationships of the Heial’thilln with the various parties and interest groups of the state and serves as a point of contact for the general public to raise concerns to council.
Establishment of Dialogue – The Okarir’san manages correspondence between the Silver State and its allies, nourishing the relationships of Haelun’or with those that share our interests abroad. The Okarir’san will attend diplomatic meetings when possible and also read out the agenda at the beginning of meetings of the Heial’thilln.
[II] Negotiation – It is the duty of the Okarir’san to negotiate treaties and settlements with foreign powers at the direction of the Sohaer. The Okarir’san manages discussion within the Heial’thilln on matters concerning diplomacy.
[III] Organizing Conventions and Visits – The Okarir’san is expected to take a leading role in preparing for diplomatic meetings, events abroad, and conventions open to foreign guests. The Okarir’san will research the needs and customs of foreign dignitaries to make all necessary arrangements for their arrival and stay in the Silver City. During meetings and parties held with foreign agents, the Okarir’san is expected to take an active and leading role in conversation.
[IV] Intelligence and Investigation – To effectively manage the relationships of the Silver State with its allies and enemies, the Okarir’san is expected to meet with the Okarir’tir on matters of foreign intelligence and relay information to the Elemyumiran as necessary for them to carry out their duties effectively.
[V] Representation – It is the duty of the Okarir’san to responsibly represent the State, the Heial’thilln, and the philosophy of the Mali’thill at all times while abroad.
KNOWLEDGE AND GUIDANCE: MAEHR’SAE ANNILN'EHYA (MA)
The MAEHR’SAE ANNILN’EHYA domain is composed of the nation’s cultural and educational institutions. Together, these Okariran dutifully maintain the cultural foundations of Haelun’or and provide the resources and facilities needed for all Mali’thill to pursue the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya. It is their joint duty to ensure citizens are learning, advancing and progressing rather than stagnating as the lesser peoples do. The Okariran of this domain manage the city’s stewards, lecturers, and librarians, among others.
The Okarir’indor and Okarir’maehr collectively catalogue, maintain, and distribute accumulated wisdom of the Silver State. Together, they provide the resources and inspiration for the people to carry out Larihei’s mission at the boundaries of understanding. The Okarir’mali as manager of the citizen registrars and the figure responsible for ensuring the Mali’thill are leading productive, happy, and harmonious lives, will work alongside the other Okariran of this domain to keep the populace educated and engaged in society.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF THE CITIZENRY
The Okarir’mali is the most trusted steward of the Mali’thill and functions in many respects as governor of the city. It is the duty of the Okarir’mali to maintain the citizenship registry, to welcome new arrivals to the city and help them reconnect with the values of their ancestors, and to ensure that full citizens of the Silver City are housed and connected to resources.
Welcome and Mentorship – The Okarir’mali shall welcome Mali’aheral of pure blood who wish to re-establish themselves among the Mali’thill as their forebears would have desired. The Okarir’mali will connect such new arrivals to the resources and assistance they shall require to gain full citizenship. The Okarir’mali and those in their employ may offer tours of the city, cultural and language lessons, engagement with the citizenry in a casual setting, and the materials necessary to write submissions to the Eternal Library.
[II] Municipal Administration – Management of the city itself is the purview of the Okarir’mali. The Okarir’mali shall keep track of housing and manage the allocation of the public and business properties of the city. Should the Okarir’mali determine that city infrastructure is failing to meet the needs of the population, they shall bring such matters to the Heial’thilln for resolution. In this role the Okarir’mali will work closely with the Okarir’nor.
[III] Citizenship and Housing – The Okarir’mali is tasked with documenting and managing citizenship and housing allocation within the Silver City. The Okarir’mali shall judge the character of new arrivals and determine in concert with the Sohaer and Maheral what requirements may exist for citizenship. The Okarir’mali must also manage the housing resources of the city, determining where citizens shall reside and whether individual domiciles may be over- or under-inhabited. Second-class citizens are to be housed in the Lesser District, while new arrivals are to be given only temporary lodging until full citizenship is attained.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF BOOKS
The Okarir’indor is the esteemed custodian of the Eternal Library of Haelun’or, a sacred institution of the state and one of the largest collections of knowledge in the material plane. The Okarir’indor shall assist the citizenry in their research endeavors by familiarizing them with the wealth of information available. Those wishing to improve their writing or acquire the necessary materials to begin writing should also seek the assistance of the Okarir’indor.
Protection of Eternal Knowledge – In the halls of the Eternal Library, a vast wealth of information lives forever in the form of the written word. The collection, organization, and preservation of every available tome and document is the duty of the Okarir’indor. They shall ensure that the Eternal Library is physically secure and protect our accumulated knowledge from the jealous eyes beyond.
[II] Organisation and Conservation – The Okarir’indor shall organize the items of the Eternal Library, determining how articles from the library’s collection are to be grouped and who may have access to which collections. The Okarir’indor shall ensure that the Mali hill have access to as much information as possible while guarding the secrets of the Silver State from deviants and outsiders.
[III] Advice and Recommendation – The Okarir’indor, familiar as they are with the contents of the state collection, shall dutifully advise citizens seeking information on the best sources available to address their needs. The Okarir’indor may also direct those requiring particular knowledge to the Okarir’maehr to seek out in-depth instruction.
[IV] Supervision of Librarians – The Okarir’indor shall manage the librarians of the Eternal Library, appointing honourable citizens of outstanding character to share in the burden of protecting the city’s knowledge. Librarians shall report to the Okarir’indor and provide the same services to the public as their supervisor.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF KNOWLEDGE
The Okarir’maehr, headmaster of the Eternal College of Haelun’or, is tasked with providing for the practical education of the Mali’thill. They shall design the curriculum of the Eternal College to ensure citizens are learned enough to participate in civic discourse, engage in meaningful labour, and find joy and entertainment in the pursuit of knowledge.
Deanship of the College – It is the duty of the Okarir’maehr to ensure that education is a pillar of Mali’thill society as it was established by Larihei. The Okarir’maehr shall determine the curriculum of the Eternal College to meet the requirements of the government and its people. They are expected to dedicate some portion of their time to instruction, though administration is their primary task.
[II] Management of the Campus – It is the duty of the Okarir’maehr to ensure the Eternal College itself is equipped with the supplies and facilities to provide for the education of the citizenry. The Okarir’maehr shall manage the resources of the College and request funding from the Sohaer and Heial’thilln as needed.
[III] Advice and Enrollment – It is the duty of the Okarir’maehr to oversee enrollment within the Eternal College and to advise citizens on which lectures, classes, and discussions might best suit their needs. The Okarir’maehr may also work with the Okarir’indor to direct students to the Eternal Library for independent study.
[IV] Supervision of Instructors – The Okarir’maehr shall employ naeluiran to serve as professors and instructors of the Eternal College. All naeluiran should be competent and published in their domain of instruction, and the Okarir’maehr should ensure that there is instruction available at the youth, novice, and expert levels in the various fields of inquiry on offer.
LIFESTYLE AND RESOURCES: TAYNA’EVAR AKALEH’EHYA (TA)
Constituting the TAYNA’EVAR AKALEH’EHYA domain, the Okarir’nor and Okarir’tayna manage the health, resources, and leisure of the Mali’thill. They together manage much of the labour force, manage the guilds and industries, and provide support for the diverse range of activities and occupations in which citizens might engage.
Though the Okariran of this domain have a wide variety of unique duties, they act together to ensure that the economy and daily lives of the Mali’thill are satisfactory to the populace and its government. By bringing meaningful work and recreation to the people of Haelun’or, these Okariran help to maintain a society worthy of its inhabitants. resources to the guilds: including merchants, the clinic, the Uhieran and the Ilumiran.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF LIFE
Event Planning and Management – The Okarir’tayna is responsible for the planning of public dances, contests, and dinner parties among other festivities. In times of celebration the Okarir’tayna shall serve as a sort of master of ceremonies. The Okarir’tayna is expected to lend assistance to Okariran and government officials hosting events of their own and they may choose to do so for guilds and other non-government bodies as well.
[II] Guild Chartering – All guilds and businesses of the city are required to obtain a charter authorized by the Okarir’tayna. The Okarir’tayna is expected to ensure that only reputable organizations that contribute to the pursuit of the maehr’sae hiylun’ehya are recognized by and receive benefits from the government.
[III] Providing for Public Leisure – Studious and dedicated in the pursuit of common betterment as they may be, it is important for the continued prosperity of the Mali’thill that time be set aside for relaxation and leisure activities. The Okarir’tayna shall see to it that the public are provided parks, baths, and athletic training grounds and that these facilities are utilized for public enjoyment.
[IV] Providing for Personal Development – By representing the investment of the government in guilds, clubs, societies, and public activity, the Okarir’tayna shall ensure that the Mali’thill are well rounded and participate in a variety of artistic, intellectual, and physical activities. By incubating and showcasing the talents of the citizenry, the Okarir’tayna renders personal improvement a possibility for all citizens.
LITERAL TRANSLATION: GUARDIAN OF THE LAND
The Okarir’nor is the overseer of the lands and city planning of the Silver State of Haelun’or. It is their duty to design and manage construction on new projects, and to manage the farmlands and holdings surrounding the city. The Okarir’san is also tasked with ensuring the institutions of the city are well supplied and able to function optimally.
City Planning and Design – Channeling the rich architectural history of Haelun’or while stamping their own mark on the city itself, the Okarir’nor is the chief architect of the Silver State. Advised by the other councilors on what spaces and structures are required, the Okarir’nor must bring these ambitions of the state to life in glass and stone.
[II] Ceremonial Officiation – The Okarir’nor is to officiate events involving the allocation of titles, honorary citizenship, and official medals, but may delegate this responsibility to others within the government as they consider appropriate.
[III] Infrastructure Management – It is the responsibility of the Okarir’nor to monitor the integrity and condition of city buildings and infrastructure, and to propose and undertake renovations as necessary. Others within the Heial’thilln may bring matters of urban decay to the attention of the Okarir’nor.
[IV] Supplies Management – The Okarir’nor is to ensure the industries, families, and institutions of the Silver State are adequately supplied for normal function at all times. During public events and festivals, it is the duty of the Okarir’nor to see to decorations and catering. These responsibilities extend to the allocation of