There are two major factions and a several minor factions. Among Lareus the general populace is more primitive then that of Azeroth, having lacked the great leaders and attention of the old gods.
The oldest standing civilized empire known to their world. It is run primarily by the Advancers of dael. Being unexclusive, every other race has a part in this empire, it favors the bunkarta architecture because of its superior craftsmanship, and willing craftsmen. The nechetta also create beautiful works, but the war like people rarely join empires other then their own factions.
- Following much of its creator’s roots, it can be clearly seen their system originated from dael culture. However exposure to other races has caused sexism amongst it, and so the king is undisputed while the queen is third while prince is second.
- The supreme ruler, chosen by alternating blood lines. In attempt to create balances, each time the heir marries, the family of the new queen becomes royalty while the prince’s family becomes nobility.
- Considered more of a mate to the king and an advisor. Only takes command when both king and prince is unable to do so.
- The ‘chosen’ son of the king. Instead of the eldest, the king chooses which son he feels will do best in his position. This system drives the competing heirs to prove their worth causing them to often become warlords to show commanding ability. There is no such thing as a princess, for the prince’s wife is not considered significant until he is king.
- Taken on ideas from the garsosha who are members within the darker parts of the city, they have a council as well. However their council is not controlled by religious members. There is a councilman to represent each city in the empire, to define a city they must have the ability to pay taxes of a certain amount. A councilman is essentially an appointed ambassador of their represented city.
- High Councilman
- A member of the royal family or nobility from a previous family. Nobility within this empire only lasts two generations, after the prince marries, his parents and siblings become nobility but their further children do not.
- Second Councilman
- These are the ambassadors from major cities within the empire.
- A basic member of the council, usually from smaller cities.
- Low Member of the Council
- These people represent villages and small towns, the King established these when complaints reached him about their lack of representation. However the low members have very little influential power.
As with any empire, a justice system must be installed. The Advancers of the dael were very firm on their being efficiency, as such their system is considered too fast to be accurate.
- One person accuses another of said crime, fairly simple
- Because of distrust of court systems favored by some empires, the original dael King of Mor’aguen had decided on sending investigators to decide if the claim was true or not. Neither accusor nor accused have any say in their trials.
- If the accused is found guilty, punishment is taken. The dael foundings of this Empire resulted in an attempt for maximum efficiency of example and rehabilitation. If the accused is found guilty, he is put to death by guillotine. If the accuser is found lying, he is put to death by hanging. If the case can not be decided, both are put to death by the judge’s choice for wasting time.
The allegience is said to be founded by a short-lived god. He was smart beyond the ways of the world, and was unlike anything they had seen. In all reality, a human mage stumbled into their world years and years ago on accident, founding an empire similar to the Alliance he was once a part of. As a result, only three races are generally accepted into the Allegience; dael, Trolls and bunkarta. However those of these races have shown superb ability to manage an empire, and are a standing super power. In a bit of history, the trolls were originally barred from the Allegience by the human founder due to his fear of the horde. However after he passed, bunkart and dael recognized the powerful valley trolls and accepted them into their empire.
- Following a traditonal monarchy that was popular at the time of the mage’s arrival, it uses a system of royalty and nobility, placing the rich in power and the poor in destitution.
- As with all kings, undisputed ruler, chosen by eldest heir to the previous. However due to the fact the mage was the only known human, his chosen heir was a valley bunkarta advisor.
- Similar structure once more, the queen ranks below the king, but in the Allegience, she still outranks the prince.
- Prince and princess
- Of almost no value until the queen or king dies. If the queen dies first, the princess becomes queen, but will still be outranked by the king whether it is the old or new one.
- High Advisor
- The last lines of royalty are the High Advisors, chosen to help guide the ruling king and queen. As such, their duty has allowed them to be classified as royalty, making there a total of five royal families instead of one.
- First family
- The first royal family is the king and queen bunkarta.
- Second Family
- The second family are advising dael
- Third family
- The third family are advising bunkarta
- Fourth Family
- The fourth family are advising dael
- Fifth family
- The fifth advising family is troll
- In the traditional monarchy method of the old Alliance, the nobility is the next high standing class. They are also chosen by bloodline and can no more families can be made noble, unless down so by one of the five royal families. As such, there are only nine-teen noble families so far. Twelve of them being mountain bunkarta.
- The military is the only way to elevate your class from peasantry without approval of royalty. While military ranks do not carry on by bloodline, there are several families dedicated to military lifestyle. If ten straight generations of a family dedicate their lives to the military, they are declared Nobility. As such the short lived and battle-ready mountain bunkarta are quicker to achieve this goal.
- The nobodies, those who work to make the rich get richer. Usually farmers or others of those general professions.
Again showing a clear background in Azeroth, a traditional court system is implemented. However, slight differences were made to favor the ruling classes.
- If those on equal standings accuse each other, a formal trial is held. But if the classes are unequal, the higher class wins unless can be proven guilty without doubt. As such if royalty accuses nobility, royalty wins, nobility beats military, and military beats peasantry.
- Held in a court in standard method, however the defendent and accuser must represent themselves if they are military or peasantry. Nobility and royalty usually send representatives as not to be bothered with showing up until judgment.
- As one can guess, the who's right and who's wrong.
- Ranging from jail time to execution, it varies from judge to judge. But nobility and royalty can pick punishments of those they accuse if the class is lower. As such nobility is known for choosing execution quite often.