The Broker of Treji Wayhouse is an Imperial title awarded to a Navarr citizen. It is part of the Northern trade network which effectively came into being shortly before the Autumn Equinox 380YE, with the construction of the offices of the Overseer of the Westward Road in Delev.

In the years since Skarsind was recovered, the roads were repaired and some work went towards re-establishing trade, but the Wintermark focus was more on the routes through the passes into Hahnmark in the north-east. Over Winter 379YE, work began on restoring a trading network along the northern territories with Torfast Trading Post in Skarsind as a central hub, and subsidiary offices in Temeschwar and Karov.

In Summer 381YE, in response to an opportunity offered by the Thule orcs of Otkodov, a new partner joined the Northern Trade Network bringing valuable crystal mana to the markets of the northern Empire. This crystal mana, of course, remains available only while the Empire remains at peace with the Thule. Following the Autumn Equinox 384YE, the activities of dreadful heralds in the forests of Metri threatened to sever Temeschwar from the network, leading to instability along the trade routes, reducing the options available to the Broker. During the Winter Solstice 384YE the Order of the Rod and Shield were instructed to go and clear out these heralds which saw the disruption to trade end.

During the Summer of 385YE, following the construction of the Temeschwar-Otkodov Mana Exchange far more traders from Otkodov are making the trip to Temeschwar to sell their wares instead. The completion of the Iron Roads saw an influx of Varushkan trade goods passing through Delev Market in Karov, providing additional opportunities to purchase goods.


The Broker is expected to keep the trade flowing along the roads that lead from Skarsind west through Hercynia and to the rest of the Empire. The close contact with the traders allows ample opportunity for the Broker to acquire supplies at bargain prices from merchants heading both to and from Skarsind.



Trade Profits
7 Crowns5 ingots of green iron, 3 ingots of orichalcum, 2 ingots of weltsilver, and 2 measures of beggar's lye
17 Crowns10 ingots of green iron, 6 ingots of orichalcum, 4 ingots of weltsilver, and 4 measures of beggar's lye
35 Crowns15 ingots of green iron, 9 ingots of orichalcum, 6 ingots of weltsilver, and 6 measures of beggar's lye
48 Crowns20 ingots of green iron, 12 ingots of orichalcum, 8 ingots of weltsilver, and 8 measures of beggar's lye
Thule Trade (Urdur)
8 Dragonbone8 mana crystals
19 Dragonbone16 mana crystals
Eastern Route (Karov)
7 Crowns6 measures of ambergelt, and 2 measures each of iridescent gloaming, beggar's lye, and dragonbone
17 Crowns12 measures of ambergelt, and 4 measures each of iridescent gloaming, beggar's lye, and dragonbone
35 Crowns18 measures of ambergelt, and 6 measures each of iridescent gloaming, beggar's lye, and dragonbone

As a ministry, the title of Broker of Treji Wayhouse allows the holder to purchase quantities of special materials at a set price. The Broker makes their decision on how much money to spend during downtime from their character page. Money is removed from, and resources are placed into, the character's inventory when the downtime is processed.

The Eastern Trade route represents the ability to buy additional goods from Varushkan traders, and remains available as long as the Iron Roads continue to support the transportation of valuable materials easily through Delev market.

Following the imposition of sanctions on trade with Otkodov during the Winter Solstice 382YE, the cost to purchase crystal mana has increased by roughly two-fifths reflecting the fact that the crystal mana and the dragonbone are both subject to tariffs when they cross the border with the Thule nation. The Imperial Senate voted to amend tariffs on the Thule during the Autumn Equinox 384YE to grant them free trade which saw the costs of purchasing from the Thule reduced to the level before sanctions were imposed.


This title is appointed during the Summer Solstice by Navarr who control herb garden personal resources. The larger the herb garden an individual has, the more votes they can allocate in support to a candidate. The voting is handled by the civil servants in the Bourse.

Only a Navarr character may hold this title. They do not receive a seat on the Bourse. They cannot be revoked by the Imperial Synod.

Summer Solstice 385YEBerwyn Dancingleaf180 Votes
Summer Solstice 384YEBerwyn Dancingleaf10 Votes
Summer Solstice 383YETrystan67 Votes
Summer Solstice 382YETrystan
Spring Equinox 382YETrystan Brackensong
Summer Solstice 381YECenwyn Ironroot
Summer Solstice 380YEWyl Brackensong

Recent Elections

This title is currently held by Berwyn Dancingleaf; it will be reelected at Summer Solstice 386YE. The table to the right shows the citizens who have been elected to hold this title in the years since Empress Britta died.

The Title in Play

The role does not provide additional information about events in the Empire, nor allow the player holding it to request special reports or downtime actions. These details are assumed to be below the abstraction layer. The title holder is encouraged to create their own stories about their activities within reasonable limits and to get involved in events appropriate to their title during the game, but they do not have any powers beyond those explicitly listed in the section on powers.

These details exist partly to provide context and character to the role - and partly to allow our writers to use the title as a plot hook. Plot that involves the position will be rare - but all the campaign positions in Empire have these details to create the potential for it to happen.