|Location:||The Imperial City|
|Current Held By:||Quintas Maximus|
The Dux Imperator, or Emperor of Eelia is the senior office in the land of Eelia and the supreme ruler of the Empire, the military and the Nobility. There are four icons of the Emperor, each symbolizing an aspect of the Imperial Office.
The Ivory Throne: A chair carved of pure ivory and gilded in gold. The chair is adorned with lions and scenes of import from the first Imperial Age. The Throne was constructed at the beginning of the second Imperial Age and represents the Royal Rule of the Land.
The Mystic Sphere: A crystal sphere, given to the Emperor Cassius Oscipal during the First Imperial Age by the Temple. The Sphere represents the holy responsibility of the Office.
The Scepter of the Law: A golden Scepter given to King William. The scepter represents the burden of the law upon the Office.
The Lion’s Blade: An ornate gladius carried by General Darius Gravus, the first Proconsul of Eelia and the commander of the Orien Forces that landed on Eelia. The blade has been replaced countless times but the hilt is from the original and made of ivory and gold. The sword represents the burden of protection upon the Office.
Titles of the EmperorEdit
There are four tiers of Titles given to the Emperor.
Informal: ( Emperor ) The common way for those on familiar terms with the Emperor to refer to him.
Formal: ( Lord Dux Imperator ) Used in common settings of State.
Legal: (Lord Dux Imperator, Ruler of the Empire, Patron of the Ivory Throne, Lord of the Banna Pass and South Bay.) Used as an announcement during State functions.
Full: (The Arch Dux Imperator, Ruler of the Empire, Patron of the Ivory Throne, Lord of the Banna Pass and South Bay, Protector of the Pebble Isles, Keeper of the Holy Rights, Champion of the Peoples of Eelia , Prince of Vitalia, Emissary of the Law, Master of the Ori Sea , Commander of the Imperial Legion and Navy, Holder of the Lion’s Blade, Guardian of the Imperial Provinces.) Used to announce the Emperor before he addresses the Senate or the Council of Nobles. Seldom used any other time.
Along with the official Titles of Office an Emperor may choose to include personal honorifics. These personal honorifics are not part of any official title but they can be announced at the Emperor’s discretion.