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The Constable is a [[council ]]role, one of three relating to Town and County defence. (the other two being the [[Sergeant's Guide|Sergeant and]] the [[Captain]])
 
The Constable is a [[council ]]role, one of three relating to Town and County defence. (the other two being the [[Sergeant's Guide|Sergeant and]] the [[Captain]])
   
The primary role of the Constable is to manage the defence of the towns by appointing [[Marshall|Chief Marshalls]] (sometimes called Town Marshalls, or just Marshalls) supervising them, and paying their wages.In turn, the Chief Marshalls patrol the town each day, and report on any people - or events - they encounter. (typically by posting into the main RK forums)
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The primary role of the Constable is to manage the defence of the towns by appointing [[Marshall|Chief Marshalls]] (sometimes called Town Marshalls, or just Marshalls) supervising them, and paying their wages.In turn, the Chief Marshalls patrol the town each day, and report on any people - or events - they encounter. (typically by posting into the main RK forums)
   
The constable is also nominally the first point of contact for responding to issues of town security and [[Revolt]]. (though sometimes the Captain will undertake this, depending on individual Council policies.)
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The constable is also nominally the first point of contact for responding to issues of town security and Revolt. (though sometimes the Captain will undertake this, depending on individual Council properties.)
   
 
The Constable liaises closely with the general Council to make recommendations on Chief Marshall (henceforth abbreviated CM) appointments, as well as to the Sargeant for provision of funds (to pay the CM's). The constable can also appoint Marshalls, though currently this is rare, as a single CM is usually deemed sufficient as a deterrent to revolt. (again, this will depend on the local situation, and the individual county council's policies).
 
The Constable liaises closely with the general Council to make recommendations on Chief Marshall (henceforth abbreviated CM) appointments, as well as to the Sargeant for provision of funds (to pay the CM's). The constable can also appoint Marshalls, though currently this is rare, as a single CM is usually deemed sufficient as a deterrent to revolt. (again, this will depend on the local situation, and the individual county council's policies).
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