Ministers are players that have become the elected leaders for their township.

Every 8 days a new election will be held in which citizens of every town are able to campaign and add themselves to the ballot in an attempt to become the next minister.

Ministers have many duties but are primarily responsible for expenditure of the minister credit points; these points can be spent on various bonuses to their town.

Once a player wins an election as a minister they are able to manage their township from their Town Stone.

The cities of Arbor, Pedran, Lillano, Calor and Vermell hold elections every 8 days.
– Citizens of those respective cities may vote in the elections, only in their elections.
– Citizens may add themselves to the ballot during the campaigning phase, only to their city.
– You may what phase the election cycle is in by visiting your town stone and clicking “View Election Information”.
– This will display the next time players may begin registering themselves as candidates, or if an election is in progress, a list of candidates to choose from to become the new minister.
– Both the process of placing your name on the ballot to run for minister and voting are done through the town stone menu.
 
 

Three Phases of the Minister Election Cycle:

  • Campaigning – This is the period of time in which citizens are able to add their names to the ballot to run for Minister of their township.
    • This period runs for 2 days.
  • Voting – This is the period of time in which citizens may vote for those on the ballot for the next Minister of their township.
    • This period runs for 2 days.
  • Governing – This is the period of time in which the player that has won the most recent election is able to manage the township bonuses and exiles before another campaign and voting cycle begins.
      • This period runs for 4 days.

       
       

      For a list of city bonuses, their effects and costs please visit:
      Citizenship Bonuses