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 …
Lord of the wealthy house of Minthur, Trevalis is the quietest of the Nobles. He rarely speaks up or takes a position, usually abstaining from casting votes.
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 …
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.
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 …
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 …
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 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 …
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. …
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.