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Imperial Stewardship

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Tianchao Jingdao
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Constitution of the Empire

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The Chidao Emperor

Imperial Household | Imperial Stewardship

Teachings of the Empire
Tianchaodao | Jingbuist Absolutism | Chidaoism

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Ministries & Secretariats:

Ministry of Truth | Ministry of Purity | Ministry of Stability

Chao Suweiai formerly known as National Diet

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Political Factions:

Guanchang | Kantai-ha (Navy) | Gunbatsu (Army) | Shanghu (Traders)

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Other institutions

Tianchao Chuandui | Imperial Armed Forces | Young Wandering Society | Tegong


Emblem of the Imperial Stewardship.

The Imperial Stewardship, overseen by the Head Steward is an organisation within the Imperial Household. The stewards oversee and control the entrance and departure of goods from the premises of the Imperial Household. Their most public function is within the Daocheng Palace where they welcome or refuse entry to international diplomats who come to pay tribute to the Heavenly Light. The stewards work closely with the Imperial Treasury and the National Museum to correctly appraise the financial and historical value of tribute that is offered. While international affairs are formally delegated to the Ministry of Stability, the power of the Imperial Stewardship to deny entrance to diplomats gives real power to the institute. As they are expected to act on behalf of the emperor, absolute infallibility is demanded from stewards.


Traditionally, the stewards give up their last name once they join the service of the emperor. Instead they take the regal name of the emperor as their new last name and are given new first names by the emperor. They celebrate the date they entered service as if it was their birthday.

Stewards of the Daocheng Palace during the reign of the Chidao Emperor
Portrait Name Service Notes
Shen chidao.png Shen Chidao 1659 - 1685 Served as head steward since 1659. Was instructed to organise his own execution in 1685 after he made a mistake in the classification of nations on Micras with regards to their purity.
Wan chidao.png Wan Chidao 1659 - Succeeded Shen Chidao as head steward in 1685.
Song chidao.png Song Chidao 1659 - 1679 Gave birth to a daughter of the emperor in 1679.
Fu chidao.png Fu Chidao 1669 - Oversees the reconstruction of the First Empire Imperial Palace in Zijincheng (Barbarian Republic).
Zhuchi xi.png Shixi Chidao 1685 - Was added to the team after the execution of Shen Chidao, previously known as Zhuchi Xi.