The Rassendylia Palace and Kingsteck Plaza
Ministries of State
In the days of old (the 6th Age), a 'Great Statesman
' of Alexandria once governed in the name of justice, fairness and sheer
bloodymindedness. Lord Rassendylia of Vazos
won hearts, minds and the purses of drunken Lords just by his use of both musical mastery and a not so small gift in divination
.After coming out triumphant in a wager with the then High-King of House Serpentis
, the Palace of the Chancellor (then known as Abydos House for the northern most southern city) was renamed "Rassendylia Palace" in honour of his Household, complete with a statue of the man himself in the Plaza out front so that future Chancellors of Alexandria could look upon his visage and practice their aim.