Citizen Registration Office
Dwarfed by the nearby Temple of the Black Sun, the Citizen Registration Office can be found within the City Center. The modestly sized building resembles its neighbors, boasting sweeping arches, stout pillars, and intricate carvings surrounding stained glass windows. Its interior could be described as cold and foreboding, rows of fleur-de-lis looking much like hoarfrost on the interior of some archways. There is a wide waiting hall with limited wooden seating, supervised by an Ebonstryfe paladin. He or she also serves to guard the singular office; the door is always shut when the registrar is seeing an applicant.
All citizens of Ravok, young and old, must register at this office, so the hall is often filled with Ravokians and their young children, as well as outsiders wishing to live under Rhysol's protection in relative peace. Some harassment may occur here while the applicant is waiting, especially from existing citizens toward foreigners who are obviously not entirely human. The stationed city guards and the paladin may intervene if any violence breaks out, but only to protect the registered citizens of Ravok.
The office itself is an unnervingly small room with a single, large desk. Bordering the room, large bookshelves hold dozens of old and new tomes: copies of Ravokian law that may be retrieved viewed at any time during the registration process. Upon the wall behind the desk is a grand, stylized painted carving of Rhysol and the Voice, accented by unique symbols that represent each of the Druvin. When seated in this room alone with the registrar, it almost feels as if God of Evil himself is watching you.
Beneath the offices in a chamber that is technically under the water level, a grand vault holds copies of identification papers for each citizen in Ravok. Only high ranking members of the Black Sun and the Ebonstryfe have the means to access this vault.
Note: It can be much more difficult for a non-human to register as a citizen than a human. They're more likely to encounter problems. Although, a bribe might make the process move a little smoother...
Application Process :
Skills: Negotiation 53, Politics 40, Writing 31, Auristics 29, Botany 15
Mark of Rhysol: 1
A low-ranking member of the Black Sun, Tawny has a talent for making everyone around him feel uneasy. He smiles too often and maintains unwavering eye contact, as if he's trying too hard to feign interest—or perhaps he's just always interested. Heavy bags sit under his eyes, which often appear a little sunken in. His voice is high pitched for his tall stature, taking on the sound of a nasal whine. Although his demeanor seems almost friendly, there is just something off about him. He is unpleasant to talk to and nearly impossible to read. The man is either very clever, or he's just a bit dull. It's difficult to know for sure.
Tawny appears to be in his early forties, with a quickly retreating hairline and a pasty, unhealthy complexion. His eyes are a piercing gray-blue—it's hard to keep looking at them. His Chaon mark exists on his forearm as an angry red scar, seen if he rolls up his sleeves.
Requires Moderation: Yes
creditsTawny Breckenridge written by Lazybones
Age: 23, born Spring 16th, 489
Skills: Suberfuge 45, Interrogation 32, Politics 27, Auristics 23, Swimming 19
Mark of Rhysol: 1
An up-and-coming agent, newly initiated into the Black Sun, Jill is eager to prove herself, at whatever task she is set to. As the new assistant registrar in the Citizen Registration Office, she does not work as often as Tawny, but she is a dedicated learner, with the ambition to one day replace Tawny as the Senior Registrar.
To the casual observer, Jill appears friendly, if a bit nervous at her new job. She does all right on her own, but sometimes Tawny “supervises” her, which can make things...awkward. She comes off as a withdrawn and shy. This sometimes entices people to want to take on a protective role, which she uses to her full advantage.
Her Chaon Mark is an angry red scar on her back, and she often wears dresses with low-cut backs, in order to show it off.
Requires Moderation: Yes
creditsJill Renfast written by Persona