: 6002 tgc
: 6930 tgc
The Altsithení Manazekíe was a piece of legislation that authorized the creation of a new ruling council in the Stíení Mitraje
that would act as a filter to its popularly elected government. This government was elected through similar means, but the subject pool was restricted to those candidates who had undergone sufficient training in the sciences of politics and government, ensuring that they would be best fit to rule.
Over the course of the first 237 cycles of its existence, members of the Altsithení Starje gradually replaced the Stíení Mitraje ruling council, until there were finally enough of them to ask the people to put it to a referendum. This led to the final transformation of the Stíení Mitraje from a populist democracy to a consensus aristocracy, similar to the Lenení Mitraje
from thousands of years earlier. Gradually, the requirements on induction into the ruling council became so high as to ensure that only a direct blood heir could possibly claim the necessary authority—and over time, those who could replace the council members became scarce. By 6850 tgc, the government was so feeble that it could no longer enforce its laws or maintain its social programmes.
During this nation's reign, the use of magic became regulated and many ancient landmarks were rebuilt, including the Telaian metropolis Kunanoten, long known as simply "Noten", and finally renamed "Mota" after the Lilitic principle of aestheticism. Like the Iron Dynasty, however, it was poorly suited to military priorities, especially at the end of its life, and so the Shúthimení Mitraje
was founded in response.