Tag: Council of Advisers

Results

  • Vildeen Tyrthani

    Head of the oldest house in Tyr, they share a common root in naming, Vildeen is an avid supporter of the revolution and was said to be a good friend of [[:agis-of-asticles | Agis]]. Vildeen is expected to take progressive steps toward changing the idea of …

  • Beryl Talux

    Running a relatively poor house who has grown steadily in prominence with many people through the council by using the relatively small standing army of his house to be hired out as mercenaries by the other members of the council. Often exchanging the …

  • Dyan Syda

    Too consumed in his own house affairs, Dyan rarely attends in council meetings. When he does he is generally very passive and tosses his opinion in with those of his allies on the council without thought to the results.

  • Kiah Kohlete

    Among many of the noble houses drastically impacted by the freeing on Tyr’s slave population. Her house was once associated with the largest slave trading operations in Tyr and over the last twelve years has found failed investment following more failed …

  • Kasenna Myre

    Rumored to have been bedding King Kalak in secret before his fall, she has become a devious and underhanded politician who finds ways to convince even her vilest enemies on the council to bend to her will, generally using means that aren’t spoken of later …

  • Chassia Korok

    Nobility with very little desire for politics. The Korok house holds the position in the Senate more to lord over others with status than anything else. The head of the household Chassia rarely shows up to council meetings, and when she does she often …

  • Rynn Pollus

    Rynn was appointed by house Pollus to represent them upon the Senate. She initially resented the appointment but over the last few years has become vehement in the intrigue of politics. Specifically in thwarting Kasenna Myre and working always to raise …

  • Timor

    Head Templar under Tithian, Timor is the head of the Templar bureaucracy that keeps Tyr running. Only his organized Templars keep the wells running, the taxes collected and Tyr from falling into anarchy. He is often viewed as a brute and villain due to …

  • Banther

    Minister of the Arena, a high ranking position in prerevolutionary days the Arena master runs the gladiator games and the market that fills the arena on non-festival days. This position has seen vast decline over the years with the freedom of slaves and …

  • Borger

    Minister of the Mines. Borger is responsible for the flow of iron from Tyr’s ironmine, the source of Tyr’s economic power. Borger frequently finds himself at odds with the nobility within Tyr that has stakes in the iron mines. Frequently reminiscent of …

  • Arbistor

    Minister of the Fields. Arbistor is responsible for the production of agriculture upon Tyr owned lands. With the large change of workforce within Tyr the production of agriculture and tending of fields has become a complicated and somewhat pathetic tale. …

  • Gennet

    Minister of Finance, responsible for finances and taxes in Tyr affairs. She has become frustrated beyond measure and many blame her for the current economic crisis within Tyr. With the newly massed free slaves who have chosen not to work for their former …

  • Hirik

    Minister of State, whose responsibilities include diplomacy and meetings with officials from other city states. Often working away from Tyr as an emissary of the state to strengthen or repair relationships around the Tablelands.

  • Dark

    Minister of Security, who runs the seedy underbelly of the government. On the surface Dark runs the templar militia who uphold the laws throughout Tyr and seek out arcane users to persecute for public display. Underneath he is known to employ torturers, …

  • Rowen

    The elven tailor represents the interests of the tradesmen in the Caravan Way district. She is very persuasive and often uses means that are more sultry in nature to convince other politicians of her causes.

  • Xalos

    The grizzled old mul stonecutter speaks for the laborers of the Brickyards district. A former gladiator who won his freedom with many victories in the arena and then turned to a life of quiet labor. Generally quiet in politics, he will become enraged if …

  • Flin

    The weapon smith attends for the artisans of the Stadium District. Known to craft the finest weapons in Tyr, he works hard to ensure that the Stadium District is seeing as much economic assistance as possible in these trying economic times.

  • Shivrin

    This half-elf represents the poorest people of Tyr in the Warrens district. She rarely speaks in council sessions, instead working her wiles away from her council seat and allowing others to propose measures that help her people. This generally works in …

  • Nori

    This eloquent speaker represents the people of the fields outside the city walls. She is passionate and motivated and near impossible to ignore. She also represents the people who feed Tyr at large and therefore has quite a bit of political power within …

  • Goldam

    This stocky human represents the elemental priests who have made their way to the city now that they do not need to fear the persecution of Kalak. Over the last dozen years he has helped raise a score of elemental temples throughout the city and it’s …

  • Luminas Asticles

    The nephew of Agis and next in line of house Asticles. He has been granted a seat upon the Council of Advisors but as of yet has not sat in on a council session. He is said to have been attending to Agis' estate and dealing with her personal affairs. …

  • Senator Turax

    The head of house Turax, Embl Turax bears the title in all dealings. He is often seen as the driving force behind the senate, a eldered and wizened man who has seen much of the corruption in Tyr first hand as a former adviser to King Kalak.