The Patron of the Pavilion is an Imperial title created by the Imperial Senate in Autumn 383YE. The position of Patron is a sinecure, requiring minimal responsibility but offering a regular income of liao and money from the small businesses that operate at the Looking Glass Lake.


The Patron oversees the Pavilion on Looking Glass Lake in Holberg. If the Pavilion were to be threatened, it would be the responsibility of the Patron to face those threats; likewise should any opportunity related to the Pavilion arise the Patron would decide how to respond.


A Portion of Liao

The sinecure provides 15 doses of liao to the Patron each season, to be used as they see fit.

A Place of Beauty

The Pavilion on Looking Glass Lake is a veritable hotbed of pilgrims, philosophers, and others who have found the perfect place to discuss eternals; especially the eternal schism. The large numbers have led to several enterprising small businesses offering delicacies and treats to visitors in return for a cut of profits going to the Patron. The Patron of the Pavilion receives an income of 6 crowns and 15 rings each season.


The Patron is a League national title appointed by judgement of the League national assembly.

The Patron has tenure and serves until they die or step down. They can be revoked by the General Assembly, the League National Assembly, and the Assembly of the Nine.

Winter Solstice 383YELeonora 'Nora' Albertina van Holberg177 Votes

Recent Elections

This title is currently held by Leonora 'Nora' Albertina van Holberg. This title has tenure, the occupant may hold the title until it is revoked, they die or they relinquish the position. The table to the right shows the citizens who have been elected to hold this title in the years since Empress Britta died.

Pavilion on Looking Glass Lake

The pavilion has recently been a haven for those wishing to engage in strident debate, especially about the nature of the eternals and the use of magic in the Empire. Following the curse that has warped the surrounding landscape, the pavilion has become the centre of an inspirational aura that encourages visitors to "think of the actions that made them who they are, and to consider the actions necessary to become the person they want to be". There is no obvious source for the aura - which appears to be spiritual in nature. The students, virtuous pilgrims, and others who visit the pavilion now look to the Bishop of Looking Glass Lake for advice and guidance on matters of virtue.