The Imperial palace is not strictly on Capital.
- It is a space station or orbital megastructure, similar to a Highport that hangs over Capital like a gigantic steel ball.
- Access is strictly controlled; the antigravity palace is, in reality, a safe, secure fortress for the Imperial family.
Please see the following AAB articles for more information:
- Third Imperium
- Feudal Confederation
- Imperial Autonomous Region
- Imperial Bureaucracy
- Imperial Calendar
- Imperial Cultural Region
- Imperial Currency
- Imperial Law
- Imperial Leadership
- Imperial Research Station
- Imperial Symbols
The Imperial Palace is a marvel of architecture and technology.
(Description) Throne Room
The Long Hall stretches a hundred meters from the Visitors' Entrance to the Throne Room. Its floor is a crimson slidewalk flanked by glowing crystal pillars, while atop the pillars are the banners of the twenty sector Dukes whose fiefs make up the Third Imperium. When the Emperor holds court, the pillared area is filled with nobles and guests eager to witness the most important social events of the year.
At the far end of the slidewalk is the Octagon — the throne room itself.
In the center of the octagonal room is a triangular marble dais which supports the Iridium Throne. Behind the throne stand the standards of the Imperium. To the left is the crest of the Emperor's family; to the right is the crest of the Empress's family; in the center (and twice the size of the other two standards) is the Imperial sunburst. Behind the throne is a grand vista of the skyline of the city below, which is actually a projected holographic image display. Image projectors can project information, data, or pictures for the court or the Emperor as desired.
(Description) Iridium Throne
The shining Iridium Throne is often considered the most important symbol of the Emperor.
The throne is a teardrop shaped hemisphere mounted on a powered rotating base. All possible comforts are provided for the Emperor by this throne, as well as a fair degree of armor protection. Traditionally, the Emperor sits in his Iridium Throne and receives the new nobles of the Imperium, entertains guests and ambassadors, and views recorded messages from high ranking nobles requesting aid or assistance.
(Description) Imperial Guard
The Imperial Guard consists of eleven regiments of highly trained, superbly equipped troops dedicated to the protection of the Emperor and the Imperial palace.
Accepted as one of the elite formations of the Imperial armed forces, the Imperial Guard is a respected unit with a long and honored tradition. One purpose of the Imperial Guard is to provide a symbol of political unity for the Imperium. One regiment is drawn from each of the seven Domains of the Imperium, with each serving a one month tour of duty as honor regiment in rotation.
History & Background (Dossier)
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