Rooting Out the Traitors

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By now, Maria’s faction had developed beyond just a faction and more like a nation. She had a functioning government, land, people, an army, and a well-developed economy which was precisely what a nation needed. Maria’s nation had a rather peculiar style of government. It was a mix between a modern-day government with some features that resembled the one from the castle age of nobles and kings. Since she was the queen and needed to appoint nobles for her quest, the old-style government was needed but the nobles she appointed had very limited authority unlike their actual counterparts from history.  It was a redundant way of ruling that Maria naturally wasn’t going to adopt so the nobles in her faction were quite different. They were essentially just modern-day government employees. The

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