HelpSection 1818.27 Guardian

The divinely appointed city guardian status.

The rank of guardian is divinely appointed, usually by the god of time, as the highest and most prestigious position within a city hierarchy. The guardian holds a similar range of powers to a Prince, the ability to bestow government positions and alter citizenship. Unlike a Prince, though, the guardians are not vulnerable to Baronial opinion and have been appointed usually through great historical effort.


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