The Pavilion Vestments of Kasa
The servants in the Kasa Council Pavilion wear distinct vestments that date all the way back to the Halzhaan Age. The vestments consist of a slim, marble robe with an asymmetrical hem, which hangs lower in the back than in the front. A char sleeved vest is worn on top of the robe and, back in the Halzhaan Age, the crest of the Halzhaan family used to be displayed on the back of the vest. Now, the back of the vest features the knot and feather crest of Kasa instead.
The work the servants of the pavilion do varies from cleaning the floors to tending the garden or serving tea during meetings. A great amount of trust is put in the servants, who must take a strict vow of secrecy to not disclose any information revealed in the council meetings to anyone outside the pavilion. The punishment for breaking that vow is unknown, since no pavilion servant has broken their vow. As far as the public knows.