The largest organization in the territories, the Guild spreads throughout the land from Frigus to Bombaro. The programs offered to adventures keep the paths clear and ready for exploration. These adventures are given a stack of gold and supplies to successfully adventure across the continent and bring back any technology that would help progress Civil. The territory of Civil its self is diverse in both people and technology. The City proper is divided up into 5 major sections and each section is further divided into districts and then into zones and neighborhoods. The most important section is the central Civil, which houses all of the representatives, politicians, and some of the wealthiest people in the continent. This area is also the most technologically advanced. Most of the technology congregates closest to the core of Civil as that is where the ancient ruins was discovered and where Civil first broke ground. If any of the technology is able to be copied or moved, then the other sections have it too, but most of the basic creature comforts are disturbed across Civil. The populace enjoys hot and cold plumbing (for those who can afford it), basic lighting and street lighting, machines to help build sturdy structures and roads (mostly in central Civil), mass productions plants (most of these are located in Auqua),sanitation plants (in central and eastern Civil), and the medical centers have life extending machines (East and central Civil). Once you leave the heavily tech areas, the city life turns to agriculture and trade work (blacksmiths and tailors).
Civil Guild is currently neutral toward your group and will not seek out your help for special missions anymore, but they will not do anything to hinder you and they have done enough to help you get started. Your actions are still representative of Civil and the government, but you are no longer directly tied to them. Richard “the Dragonheart” Tarski is not your friend anymore, but you may have a second chance to redeem yourselves if you so choose by becoming friends with his younger Ray Tarski, the head of surveillance in Civil.