Below are the official laws, rules, and regulations of the Māo Kingdom. For a brief overview and simplified terms, see the Layman’s Cheat Sheet.
Article 1.0: Ruling Hierarchy
1.0.1 Ovadeus is the Supreme Emperor and sole ruler overall all kingdoms, Emperors, and citizens. Ovadeus controls the Mandate from Heaven. and has the blessing of the Gods.
1.0.2 Wu Di is the Emperor of the Wu Kingdom and all of its classes and citizens.
1.0.3 Shu Di is the Emperor of the Shu Kingdom and all of its classes and citizens.
1.0.4 Wei Di is the Emperor of the Wei Kingdom and all of its classes and citizens.
Article 1.1: Citizenship
Citizenship is open to the public. Anyone can become a citizen of the Māo Kingdom by simply registering for a free lower-class servant Māo OR buying a middle-class NFT farmer, merchant, or artisan Māo.
Article 1.2: Obligation of Citizenship
As a citizen of the Māo Kingdom, you are not obligated to pay any real-world currency (USD). However, you are obligated to engage in the productivity of your designated kingdom (Wu, Shu, or Wei). This includes, but not is limited to:
1.2.1 Earning your keep (as a servant, farmer, merchant or artisan) though community engagement and positive social media activity. This can be done internally or externally (Facebook, Instagram, TicTok, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.)
1.2.2 A citizen’s goal is to climb the social ladder and strive for the upper-class. This can only be done by community engagement which increases your clout, net-worth, and ranking; personal in-game accomplishments, or by obtaining a position in the upper class (Royal Family, Military, Clergy, or Noble Advisors).
1.2.3 Failure to engage in community activities for period of 60 days is a crime. If you are found guilty of this crime, you will be placed in the kingdom jail and your in-game status and net-worth may be at risk. The Supreme Emperor Ovadeus will make judgements.
Article 1.3: Class Structure
As a citizen of the Māo Kingdom, you fall into one of the four structured classes:
1.3.1 All Servants are classified as Lower-Class citizens and start with a net-worth of zero (0).
1.3.2 All Farmers, Merchants, and Artisans are classified as Middle-Class citizens and start with a random net-worth as determined by the Supreme Emperor Ovadeus.
1.3.3 All Clergy, Generals, and Noble Advisors are classified as Upper-Class citizens and start with a net-worth that they have built while climbing the social ladder.
1.3.4 All Royal Family Members are classified as Royal-Class and their net-worth is a percentage of the Royal Emperor.
1.3.5 All Kingdom Emperors (3) are classified as Royal-Class and their net-worth is always the greatest as it is bult upon the collective efforts of their citizens.
Article 1.4: Three Kingdoms
As a citizen of the Māo Kingdom, you are a member of and loyal to one of the three dynastic states:
+ Wu Kingdom
+ Shu Kingdom
+ Wei Kingdom