Revolutionary Council

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Revolutionary Council
(Organization)
Type Governmental
Leader Citizen Korran Goss, Chairman of the Revolutionary Council
Headquarters Isarn, Galt
Goals To rule Galt and ensure the Revolution succeeds
Scope National

Source: The Inner Sea World Guide, pg(s). 70

The Revolutionary Council, sometimes termed the Galtan People's Council,[1] is the de facto government of the chaotic land of Galt. It is led by Citizen Korran Goss, the Chairman of the Revolutionary Council, and it meets in Isarn, the capital of Galt. The Council was founded by Hosetter and Darl Jubannich.


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Current Members of the Revolutionary Council

  • Citizen Korran Goss, Chairman of the Revolutionary Council
  • Mirford, of Edme
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Past members of the Revolutionary Council

  • Hosetter, half-elf philosopher and co-founder of the Revolutionary Council
  • Darl Jubannich, poet and co-founder of the Revolutionary Council
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Previous Revolutionary Councils

After the fall of the original Revolutionary Council—the only one so far to be democratically elected[2]—over a dozen governments have appeared, only to fall again and be replaced by the next. Other incarnations include:

The Cailean Council
The Cailean Council believed that Galt could only be saved through change, and as a result changed almost everything in Galtan culture, from the alphabet to the names of the week.
The Common Council
Believers that anyone with a political background was unworthy of rule, thus elevated beggars and farmhands to positions of power within the council.
Eye of Law
This disastrous council was led by the monstrous witch Taxyla, when a hag coven took power.
The Cabinet of Skulls[3]


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Victims of the Revolutionary Council

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Final blades

The first Revolutionary Council was responsible for commissioning the infamous final blades. The original councillors wanted a humane, painless form of execution that would also prevent the supposedly evil souls they executed adding to the ranks of Hell.[2]

References

  1. Lyz Liddell. (2018). Fury of the Final Blade, p. 6. Paizo Inc.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Alex Greenshields. (2017). A Case of Missing Persons, p. 6. Paizo Inc.
  3. James Jacobs et al. (2011). The Inner Sea World Guide, p. 71. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-269-2
  4. Dale C. McCoy, Jr., Jason Nelson, and Sean K Reynolds. (2013). Bestiary. The Shackled Hut, p. 84. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-493-1