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Government - Kauls

Historical background

Before the Alorans arrived in Allfield, plants and animals were the largest populations of living things. These were created by Jank and Baert, the wild and reckless Nengar, and therefore had no restraints or organization for living their lives except those they gradually honed on their own through generations of survival.

When the Alorans arrived in Abu-Ke, the people of Allfield were now swarming in numbers. The Nenaoi roamed and enjoyed the world, and the Oressetir did the work of their gifts. The Alorans themselves established the concept of the kaul in those early days of their awakening. Shortly after amassing themselves in the world into their lineages, they devised the Kalech - a speech, not a song, which is significant in the history of Allfield. The Kalech described how large or small groups of people would live and work together. Not a moral code, but a code of governing and rule. The Kalech has remained almost the same since antiquity, except for the fact than any written documents like gera and valgrips were originally memorized and spoken instead of written.

One of the most notable aspects of this system is that this founding concept was created so early in history that it formed the basis of most organization for the rest of history. Also worth noting is that prisons and violence are bizarre concepts to most Allfielders. The worst form of punishment in Allfield is exile, or rejection.

It is argued that writing was developed in order to support the true power of the Kalech and Kaul system.


Here is the text of the Kalech:

  1. The uniting group is the Kaul, which fosters prosperity so that the world's work may be completed.
  2. Record the Laws on the Gera and keep it safe.
  3. Give points to each Law and create Kolak for measure of Justice.
  4. Divide Kolak into Nommark, Tamark, Kozmark, and Nenmark.
  5. Nommark is clear Kolak and upstanding citizenry.
  6. Tamark for forgivable infractions.
  7. Kozmark for penalties, service and fees.
  8. Nenmark for permanent Exile.
  9. Keep members and Kolak recorded in Valgrip.
  10. The Jake is the leader appointed by Schulate.
  11. The Schulate guide the Jake and manage the Kaul. The Schulate answers to Jake but appoints Jake. Schulate is held accountable by elected Walebern representing the Kaul.
  12. Waleberns manage departments organized by Schulate which make Kaul powerful.
  13. The power and special skill of the Kaul are the Biriellen, which must be protected.
  14. The majority of Kaul are the Kang, and must be protected. Kangs elect Walebern and rise through the Kaul by providing service and are called Hukong.
  15. Non-Kaul members are Niimii.
  16. To make an official dispute within a Kaul or against another Kaul, a Stamber is raised.
  17. Stambers of others can be added or withdrawn and settled together.
  18. If no agreement is reached then the Stamber becomes a Mire.
  19. A Lankmire is appointed by Schulate to resolve.
  20. If Mires are not resolved and Kaul not working to represent and strengthen Kang, the Kaul risks Shoma, which is the splintering off of factions.
  21. If Mires are not resolved and Kaul not working to represent and strengthen Kang, the Kaul has the greater risk of Ahzum, which is the complete dissolution of Kaul.
  22. Tribute to the Kaul is called the Litch.
  23. Rewards of a Kaul are called the Kip.
  24. Litches and Kips are overseen by Schulate and carried out by Walebern.

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government/kaul.txt · Last modified: 2018/10/20 02:51 by unca