marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,


So what sort of government DO they have?

A rather ineffectual one, since the business of protecting four witnesses falls to a private group.  Well, semi-private.  They have taken charge of protecting certain highly magical and therefore highly dangerous locations.  They have some kind of semi-official status.

And there's a bureaucracy because they are doing stupid things bureaucratic style.  I'm not even sure if it matters what else is going on with the government.  But it might. . . .

I don't think it's a Chinese style bureaucracy, but more modern state.  There might be a king floating about.  Don't think elections will be mentioned. . . .
Tags: world-building: government, world-building: law

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