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Government Edit

Succession Edit

The High Clerics of Feyus once gathered on the edge of Jayenas Lake to elect the next Supreme Commissar after the previous one resigned. Their old way was ended when all but one supreme

Supreme Commissar Tualco (1153-1240): The first Supreme Commissar. He fought against Tokai invaders and repelled the Sulphur Invasion.

Supreme Commissar Ruha (1580-1708): Allowed a thousand Sun Knights to be killed in the Three Gods Alliance. Later led a foolish charge into Bathud's army, and later murdered by Fenelia.

Supreme Commissar Fenron (1708--): A High Cleric who was the last survivor of the Fall of Morata. Fenron lacks control of Morata outside Nolaria.

Hierarchy Edit

High Cleric: The six high clerics are legislative and judicial lords of Morata. Each is elected by a council of Clerics. They work together, but in the absence of the rest any single High Cleric can speak on their behalf. They are responsible for training Sun Knights and Clerics.

Supreme Commissar: Leader of the army and enforcer of laws. They may appoint Commissars to serve them.

Cleric: Elected by the members of a village. Local government figure.

Commissar: A travelling soldier, guard, and judge.

Military Edit

The Moratan army is a vestigial force. The soldiers are commanded by commissars, but only local militias exist now. The Sun Knights, once the legendary guardians of Morata, are almost extinct. Those who remain reside in Nolaria where they battle Alyzosa's minions to guard their city.

Economy Edit

Nolaria Edit

The capital of Morata is in a period of rapid decline. Its surrounding region swelled to almost 200,000 Alfar after the eruption of Feba Risa, but then dropped rapidly as famine took its toll. Now, the region hosts 60,000 Alfar craftsmen, farmers, and warriors. Effectively cut off from the outside world, it has become a mysterious place decorated with skeletons and fascinated with the art of killing demons.