Council of Courts

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The Council of Courts exercises executive authority in the government of the Greater Pallisican Trade Association. It is composed of the Crown of Passio-Corum, as well as several ministers.

Functions

The Council of Courts is responsible for issuing the decrees which shape the domestic and foreign policy of the Pallisican nation.

Composition

Crown of Passio-Corum

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Kinglucieniv.jpg King Lucien IV 753 - 799 WG


Evahn.png Queen Evahn I 799 WG - 853 WG
  • The last heir of the dynasty of King Lucien I, Evahn I played a central role in the expansion of Pallisican interests into Eura and Keltia.
Espervect.png Queen Esper I 853 WG - 905 WG
  • The first of the Oracle Monarchs, Esper I oversaw the formal extension into and ultimate annexation of Passas.

Passiocrown.png Opyeme Amor 905 WG - 35.20 PSSC

Kanzenportrait.png Kan Zen 35.25 PSSC - 163/3/183 PSSC

BréidlePortrait.png Díapaza Bréidle 163/3/183 PSSC - Present

Supreme Arbiter

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Kinglucieniv.jpg King Lucien IV Crown of Passio-Corum 753 - 799 WG

As King of Passio-Corum, Lucien IV also served as Supreme Arbiter of the nation's first Council of Courts.


Eniogus.jpg Enio Gus Supreme Arbiter 799 WG - 853 WG

As Supreme Arbiter of the Council of Courts under the authority of Queen Evahn I, Enio Gus played an important role in stabilizing the nation during a prolonged period of religious rebellions .

Matasiva.jpg Mata Siva Supreme Arbiter 853 WG - 905 WG

As Supreme Arbiter, Mata Siva helped to reshape the Pallisican approach to foreign affairs, such that Passio-Corum became more willing to engage with other nations.

Supreme.png Chelkra Teada Supreme Arbiter 905 WG - 36.26 PSSC

As the Supreme Arbiter Councils of Court, Chelkra Teada led the effort to restore order in Passio-Corum following the Miracle of Kan Zen, which brought the nation to the brink of civil conflict. Teada's role as Supreme Arbiter when in 26.26 PSSC, Kan Zen - with the support of the Stripping Path in the Houses of Pallisican Chelkra - assumed the responsibilities of the role for herself.

Kanzenportrait.png Kan Zen 36.26 PSSC - Present


BréidlePortrait.png Díapaza Bréidle 163/3/37 PSSC - Present

Chief Justice of the Secular Court

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Imbers.jpg Edar Imbers Chief Justice of the Secular Court 799 WG - 853 WG Under the guidance of Edar Imbers, the Realm of Passio-Corum was able to bring peace to the pirate-infested seas of Eastern Eura.

Ipsae.jpg Ipsae Imbers Chief Justice of the Secular Court 853 WG - 905 WG

As Chief Justice of the Secular Court, Ipsae Imbers fostered support for the government by working to improve the rights of the nation's Haifan population.

Secular.png Donnetian Sitre Chief Justice of the Secular Court 905 WG- 36.26 PSSC

As Chief Justice of the Secular Court, Donnetian Sitre was among the most fervent, early supporters of the USSO.

Temple.png Vine Fino Chief Justice of the Secular Court 36.26 PSSC - 38.60 PSSC

80x80px Firazde Lovaz Chief Justice of the Secular Court 38.62 PSSC - Present

Chief Justice of the Temple Court

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Pevound.jpg Pe-Vo Und Chief Justice of the Temple Court 799 WG - 853 WG One of the great spiritual leaders of modern times, Pe-Vo Und is regarded for his role in the establishment of the New Zimian Temple Authority.

Fino2.jpg Edar Fino Chief Justice of the Temple Court 853 WG - 905 WG

As Chief Justice of the Temple Court, Edar Fino successfully lobbied for the relocation of the headquarters of the New Zimian Temple Authority to the island of Chelkran Kesh.

Temple.png Vine Fino Chief Justice of the Temple Court 905 WG - 36.26 PSSC

As Chief Justice of the Temple Court, Vine Fino advocated for the inclusion of the Stripping Path in the Houses of Pallisican Chelkra.

AeadPriest.png Alasar po-Moseye Chief Justice of the Temple Court 36.26 PSSC - Present

President of the National Bank

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Matarsinders.jpg Matar Sinders President of the National Bank 799 WG - 853 WG As a fervent advocate of national expansion, Matar Sinders oversaw the establishment of new Regional Investors across Northern Corum, and around the Sea of Storms.

Sin.jpg Ura Sin President of the National Bank 853 WG - 905 WG

As President of the National Bank, Ura Sin avidly supported a significant increase in investment in the resource-rich region of the Dependency of Tanah-Baru.

Passiobank.png Son Aeahn President of the National Bank 905 WG - 35.99 PSSC

During his tenure as President of the National Bank, Son Aeahn helped to oversee the establishment of the Port of Storms as well as the USSO Common Market, lobbied in favor of trade with the Maritime Markets of the Strait of Haifa, and supported the diversification and expansion of industries around the Greater Pallisican Trade Association, in particular in regions such as eastern and southern Eura, and southwestern Keltia. Aeahn left his position at the First National Bank of Passio-Corum to become the first ever Commissar of Trade for the USSO.

Teada.png Opaya Teada President of the National Bank 36.26 PSSC - Present

Commander of the New Zimian War League

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Andevia.jpg Ande Via Commander of the New Zimian War League 832 WG - 905 WG One of Pallisica's greatest military philosophers, Ande Via is responsible for designing the organizational structures which make the New Zimian War League the world's most effective fighting force of the modern era.
Warleague.png Jun Ko-Bo Commander of the New Zimian War League 905 WG - 38.62 PSSC
80x80px Tahäz del Amal Commander of the New Zimian War League 38.62 PSSC - Present

Duke of Northman

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Pallisicositre.jpg Pallisico Sitre Duke of Northman 860 WG - Present

Office of the Oracle

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Esperheirnew.png Opyeme Amor Office of the Oracle 894 WG - 34.61 PSSC Born in the Passasian city of Zidado West in the early 880's WG, Opyeme Amor was selected to become the first official holder of the Office of the Oracle after performing a recognized miracle involving the restoration of sight to a group of blind Haifan beggars.

Companion.png Kan Zen Office of the Oracle 45/1/35 PSSC - 47/1/35 PSSC

Oraclerioja.png Fï Ríoja del Háifa Office of the Oracle 159/03/36 - 163/3/37
  • Originally a Temple Priestess and Companion of Kan Zen, Fï Ríoja del Háifa was appointed as Oracle after playing a central role in the secret negotiations between Pallisican and Haifan leaders which would ultimately result in the establishment of the Port of Vines and the Haifo-Pallisican Imperial Trade Union. With this said, Ríoja's tenure as Oracle is one marred by tragedy. Her story is to this end told in the tragic play entitled The Ríjiades.

Companion of the Crown

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Companion.png Kan Zen Companion of the Crown 905 WG - 35.25 PSSC
Firioja.png Fï Ríoja del Háifa Companion of the Crown 36.70 PSSC - Present

Temple Priestesses

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Firioja.png
  • Ämai del Sana (Temple Priestess of Lesser Eura)
  • Raße hed Amáied (Temple Priestess of Greater Eura)
  • Främä Vï (Temple Priestess of Southwest Keltia)
  • Ebileras Granas (Temple Priestess of Northern Storms)
  • Lovaz del Ämask (Temple Priestess of The Apollon)
  • Fï Ríoja del Háifa (Temple Priestess of The Strait) (Pictured)
Temple Priestesses 36.46 PSSC - Present

President of the Port of Bassarid Apollonia

Picture Name Title Period Notes
80x80px Blödi Piléal President of Bassarid Apollonia 36.75 PSSC - Present

Governess of the Pallisican Pretender Government of Elijah's Rest

Picture Name Title Period Notes
80x80px Uprisói aji Cänagel Governess of the Pallisican Pretender Government 36.83 PSSC - Present

Bassarid Chief Intelligence Officer

Picture Name Title Period Notes
Charactermodel.png Díapaza Bréidle Bassarid Chief Intelligence Officer 37.57 PSSC - Present