Covenant of Fraternal Faith

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Covenant of Fraternal Faith
Convenio de Fe Fraternal
"Oswin Guide the Faithful"
Capital Funes
Languages Flamaguayan
Religion Reformed Oswinism
Government Confederation
 •  Renewal of Faith 1520
 •  Oath of the Faithful 1521
 •  Disestablished 1727
Succeeded by
Victorious at Olnea

The Covenant of Fraternal Faith (Convenio de Fe Fraternal) was a political union established in 1521 in Flamaguay following the Council of Trogg. The Covenant was a confederation of Reformist nobles and merchant cities, with the leading member being the Just and Equitable League. It created the Ever-Serving Army seeking to establish a unified Reformist force in the face of rising regional tensions.

Eventually it dominated a large part of southern Wallasea as well as considerable amounts of Veridis. The Covenant was a confederation, making itself responsible for external relations, defense, and the arbitrage of internal trade contracts and statues.

The Covenant of Fraternal Faith collapsed due to the loss of Church authority and legitimacy through the Covenanter wars and the Embrean secession.