The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace

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The Palace is the single largest and most imposing building complex in new Britain, build over the last 25 years with the help of skyships and magic. It extends for several acres across the top of Society Hill, and contains both the Inner Palace – home of the Royal Family – and accommodations for the Household Guard as well as other Crown functions.

The Office of the Privy Council as well as the Ministries of War, Foreign Affairs and Industry all have their own extensive and imposing office and archive sections within the Outer Palace, with entries from the Great Courtyard. So too does the Royal Library – a collection of books and documents unparalleled in the modern world – and the Royal Treasury (although the Department of Revenue, Customs and Excise is based at the Parliament Building down the hill). Lesser offices include that of the Crown Commission For Recoveries, the body that is in charge of expeditions to Europe’s ruins to retrieve books, art and other valuables including ur-ice chunks, and the Crown Secret Service which is the civilian counterpart to Army and Naval Intelligence and the primary counter-intelligence arm of the government. One major Crown Office that doesn’t have its headquarters in the palace complex is the Royal Post Office, which has its own building near the Parliament.

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The Royal Palace

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