Just and Equitable League

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A League trade convoy in the mid-16th century

The Just and Equitable League for Trade and Mutual Development arose as a confederation of merchant associations, guilds, and coastal towns. Founded in 1371, it consistently expanded to control the Flamaguayan coast, as well as large amounts of Veridis. The League placed a strong emphasis on exploration and expansion as a way to further the reach and possibilities brought about by trade. The League was instrumental in the discovery and colonization of Veridis as well as the charting of innumerable seas and lesser landmasses. It came to be a major member in the Covenant of Fraternal Faith.