IV.) Composition of the Convocation|
A.) The Convocation shall be composed of an odd-number of
Convocants. The exact number shall be determined by the
Primogen or statutory law before each election season
B.) The Primogen and Primarch are ineligible to receive a
seat within the Convocation but are each entitled to a
vote on all matters before the Convocation.
C.) The Convocation is empowered to introduce and pass laws
as they see fit provided they do not violate the laws of
D.) All matters arising before the Convocation shall
require a simple majority of the votes received unless
otherwise stated in the Constitution.
V.) Passing Legislation
A.) Bills are to be introduced on The Forsaken community
board with the date of introduction published at the
beginning. Bills must be posted, but may be modified
by the author(s), for at least seven days before they
may be submitted to the Primogen to be brought before
the Convocation for vote.
B.) The Primogen must then post the text of the bill, along
with a ballot, on The Forsaken community board within
five days of receiving the submission. The ballot must
include the voting deadline, determined by the Primogen,
but must be no sooner than seven days away, and no
longer than fourteen days away.
C.) Ballots are to be sent back to the Primogen before the
D.) The Primogen will then announce the outcome of the
vote, including how Convocants voted, on The Forsaken
community board. The Primogen will then publicly
announce the new law on the Chronicles of the Wind.
Both actions must be completed within five days after
the voting deadline.
E.) Statutory laws must be codified into one document.
VI.) The Primarch
A.) The Primarch aids at the discretion of the Primogen.
The Primogen may delegate their constitutional duties
to The Primarch as they see fit.
B.) The Primarch is appointed at the sole discretion of
the Primogen and may be removed from power only at the
discretion of the Primogen.
C.) The Primarch, in the absence of the Primogen, must
fulfill the duties of the Primogen as detailed within
this constitution until the Primogen has returned or
has been replaced. During such time, the Primarch will
not be entitled a vote on matters before the
VII.) Duration of the Convocation
A.) The Convocation shall last for three months after
Convocants are installed into their positions.
Convocants are considered installed the day that the
election results are posted publicly on the Chronicles
of the Wind.
B.) The Convocation may dissolve themselves early with a
60% vote in the affirmative.
C.) The Primogen and Primarch may dissolve the Convocation
early by publicly declaring their justification for such
D.) A new election season shall promptly begin In any case
of early dissolution of the Convocation.
A.) Amendments to the constitution are passed through
Article V but require that they are voted in the
affirmative by two consecutive sessions of the
Convocation before becoming law.
A.) ((The Forsaken is a government simulation within the
Kingdom of Nagnang. Our laws are purely role-play and
can not be enforced by the in-game Justice or Archons
systems. Those who violate the laws are allowed to join
with The Forsaken for role-play trials and punishments,
but it is purely role-play and by their choice. The
role-play is purely voluntary.))
B.) ((Metagaming is considered to be detrimental to the
simulation. We politely request that all participating
individuals remain in character.))
C.) ((We politely ask that individuals only hold one
position within The Forsaken Convocation so that all may