Capital City of Tian
- Gentry Scholars
- Peasant Farmers
- Artisans and Craftsmen
- Merchants and Traders
1. Crimes against Wangs, Officials, and Scholars
Assaulting or impersonating a Wang or The Emperor.
Assaulting or impersonating an official or scholar.
Blackmailing an official.
Bribery or attempted bribery of an official.
Murder of a Wang, official, or noble.
Brandishing weapons towards Wangs, officials or nobles
Using magic to influence a Wang or official without consent.
2. Crimes against the Imperial Dynasty
Fencing stolen goods
Forgery of an official document
Poisoning a city well
3. Crimes against the Gods
Assaulting a priest or lay worshiper
Disorderly conduct within a temple
Public blasphemy against a god or church
Theft of temple goods or offerings
4. Crimes against Citizens
Assaulting a citizen
Blackmailing or intimidating a citizen
Damaging property or livestock
Disturbing the peace
Murdering a citizen without justification
Murdering a citizen with justification
Using magic to influence a citizen without consent
Taxation involves percentage of crop growth; academic writing and literature; or sales.
Guilds and Factions
Andō clan (Clan of academic thought)
Taira clan (Merchant Guild)