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Previously known as Curator, but was renamed after an amendment by Katsumoto in an effort to "sex up" the role. The Consul is at present responsible for the day to day administration of the Curia, including but not limited, maintaining and updating the text of The Constitution as amendments and additions are made along with any other tasks outlined in this document. Only Citizens may hold this Office. In the past the Consul held a position in the Citizen's Triumvirate and performs similar duties within it, but did not have a vote except as a tiebreaker. However, after the Curial Overhaul 66 The Consul now servers as purely an administrative role, and the task of citizen referrals have been given to the Praefects. Consuls are served by two Censors, who act as Curial assitants.

A Consul can always be recognized by their purple usernames or the badge they wear:
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An up to date record of the current Consul can be found here

The first Consul to take office was Kazak borispavlovgrozny, one of the members of the original Triumvirate. The Consul has gone from being a position of one of the administrators to a position elected by the Curia. The current Consul can be found here


The Consul was once a position held by one of the original Triumvirate, which was then moved to the Republican Consul. The Consul generally appointed a Pro-Consul to oversee most of the standard tasks of the Consul. The position was later moved to a Curia-elected position, and then simply to a member of the Hexagon Council. However, the Pro-Curator position is now defunct.

At present the role of Consul under the new Constitution is an entirely Curia-elected position. The role of the Consul has changed little since the original reforms, and while it the Consul servers as a local moderator of the Curia this is primarily to update threads, add polls, and general housekeeping. Conflicts breaking ToS and citizen referrals are handled by the Praefects. However, the position of Consul is still an esteemed one that the Curia is proud to have.

The longest serving Consul was General Brewster, who served 15 months spanning 4 terms. For this he was awarded the Curial Service award

Past Curators

Past Pro-Curators

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