Political System Revamp Graphics

A few days ago, BHS posted quick overviews of their revamped political system. You can see the original graphics in this post on the official Hangame site. I’ve translated them and shopped them together. I’ve also made them bigger for your pleasure!



Definitions of names used in this graphic:

The Consul is, in essence, a super-vanarch. The consul has control over not just a single province, but rather, the entire continent. There are three Consuls on each server – one for each continent. Each leads their faction in war against the other two factions.

The commanders are the direct subordinates of the Consul. There are three commanders under each consul: the Infiltration Commander, the Defense Commander, and the Supplies Commander.

Guild leaders may take positions as elite faction members. A guild leader will declare loyalty to one of the three factions; the contribution points accrued by his guild members will determine his power in the faction as a whole.

Garrisons are large outposts, immersed in the heart of the warzone. Each faction claims ownership over one garrison in the warzone.

Nocturnium is a rare mineral found in warzones. It can be used to grant extreme power to soldiers. The three factions are fighting for control over the lands rich in Nocturnium.


Notes on relationships between items:

Guilds pledge allegiance to one of the three factions. They must work together to complete quest objectives, kill enemy soldiers, and collect Nocturnium. As they do this, the guild gains contribution points, towards their faction’s war efforts. The leaders of the top four guilds will be granted special powers.

The leader of the #1 guild will be elected as Consul – and so, she leads the entire faction. The leaders of the three runner-up guilds are given Elite Member status, and can be granted authority by the Consul.

The Consul also appoints three Commanders, each with their own designated role. He or she will designate any three players from their faction as the Infiltration Commander, the Defense Commander, and the Supplies Commander.

The Consul can impose policy upon her faction. She will gain revenue from taxes placed on stores in her continent.

Faction members must collect Nocturnium and safely transport it back to the Garrison. Doing so will earn them contribution points for their guild. By invading enemy Garrisons, guilds can gain even more contribution points.

~ by Synergy on January 4, 2013.

2 Responses to “Political System Revamp Graphics”

  1. I must thank you for the efforts you have put in writing this website.
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  2. Quite a nice graphic revamp.

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