The governor oversees the province and magistrates working under them.
The coast of Wa Ka'an is known for fine fish and pearl gathering.
In the migration from the north, many of the displaced tribes and minor kingdoms found their way to the coast. Here they settled, retaining their old allegiances. Soon the many petty nobles began to war among themselves for land and position. There were several divisions in this time and the conflicts spread. Wa K’an became a buffer state between noble clans of the Empire. Over the years Wa K’an grew as a refuge for people caught between the conflict; with its long (and secret) military ties to Wa, it was able to maintain its neutrality for many centuries.