The Steward of the Tassato Mana Exchange is an Imperial title awarded to a League citizen.


The Steward is responsible for ensuring that all business taking place at the Tassato Mana Exchange is above board, although the actual day-to-day running of the Exchange is handled by officers who are well paid for their work. In the event that the Exchange was threatened, they would be expected to deal with those threats; they might also be called on to make decisions about the broad policies of the Exchange such as whether certain nations or individuals should be prevented from trading, and so on. In return, the agents of the Exchange appraise the Steward of opportunities to purchase crystal mana at bargain prices.



Mana Crystals
7 Crowns8 mana crystals
17 Crowns16 mana crystals
35 Crowns25 mana crystals
48 Crowns33 mana crystals

The Tassato Mana Exchange is a ministry. The Steward can purchase quantities of crystal mana at a set price. The Steward makes their decision 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 Steward of the Sarvos Mana Exchange is appointed during the Summer Solstice each year by unanimous decision of the senators of the League. If a unanimous decision cannot be reached, the title may be appointed by the Imperial Senate instead.

The title can be held by a citizen of the League. They can be revoked by the General Assembly, the League National Assembly, and by the Assembly of the Nine.

Tassato Mana Exchange

The Mana Exchange was commissioned by Cesare Sanguineo Rezia Di Tassato of the Gilded Horn Carta during the Winter Solstice 379YE, and work completed shortly before the Summer Solstice 380YE. The physical structure occupies two connected, heavily , three-storey buildings in Tassato Mestra overlooking the river. It has its own private dock, and several heavily reinforced sub-levels with mithril-infused wards against scrying and intrusion. The business of the Mana Exchange is the sale and purchase of crystal mana. While many of the customers are League citizens, the Exchange is open to customers from across the Empire and beyond. There has already been some interest from Jarmish and Axou mana traders.

Despite early concerns about a mana exchange in Tassato (it opened during the mana shortage of Spring 380YE), the Exchange has been greeted with near universal approval by several guilds including both the prominent DeSousa Crystal Traders and their bitter rivals the DeMosca House of Mana.

Since Spring 381YE, a number of traders from the Principalities of Jarm have been using the Mana Exchange to engage in lucrative trade with the Empire. Operating form their lodge in Enterio, they significantly increased the volume of mana going through the ministry. The Jarmish traders have left the lodge following the Imperial Senate placing an embargo on the Principalities of Jarm.

Following the decision of the Imperial Senate in Spring 384YE, the exchange was expanded slightly to allow the civil service to increase the amount of mana they could purchase on behalf off the grandmasters of the Imperial Conclave.

Summer Solstice 385YEMagnus Carolus Sanguino Rezia di Tassato
Summer Solstice 384YEMagnus Carolus Sanguino Rezia di Tassato
Summer Solstice 383YEMagnus Carolus Sanguino Rezia di Tassato
Summer Solstice 382YEEdwin Rogerius Sanguineo
Summer Solstice 381YEEdwin Sanguineo di Tassato
Summer Solstice 380YEBeatriz Sanguineo Rezia

Recent Elections

This title is currently held by Magnus Carolus Sanguino Rezia di Tassato; it will be reelected at the next summit. 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.