“Learn the law, obey the law, live the law. Such is the way of Arachast.”
The Legalist Monarchy of Arachast
In the aftermath of the sundering, the kingdom of Arachast suffered heavily. Rivers changed course or dried up, the climate shifted instantly, crops that once grew well now died. The king could not handle the strain and broke, the only one with the status to take over was the high judge. She did not shirk this task and imposed order, from this order flowed new rules and new laws, reordering the kingdom from top to bottom. The High Judge’s daughter, also a trained legal scholar, married the crown prince, their son was the first High Judge-King of Arachast.
Arachast runs on an efficient set of complex laws administered from the capital of Arachasti. The walls of the throne room of the palace is inscribed with the basic laws of the land and are open to students and visitors when court is not in session. Vast legal libraries and courts of law are scattered across the capital, many of the jurists are in constant rivalry for status and positions.
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