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Chamberlain of the Grand Imperium
Personal Info
Current Citizenships Grand Imperium
Known ForChamberlain of the Grand Imperium
Main ResidenceCapitum
Civ Servers
First Civ ServerCivClassic 2.0
Iterations played on

WorldSculptor is the Chamberlain of the Grand Imperium and a founding member of the nation.


WorldSculptor was, since 2014, an active member of the Grand Spencorian Empire on the Allimore server. A diligent builder and passable redstone engineer, WorldSculptor created a city, Sanctum, and created much of the Empire's farms and transportation infrastructure. He was appointed Chancellor of the GSE in July 2019. After much of his work was lost in a map reset which saw server participation plummet, he left Allimore and started the Grand Imperium with Emperor Attoprak.

CivClassic 2.0

As a founding member of the nation, WorldSculptor was appointed Chamberlain - the Emperor's personal assistant and the highest-ranking bureaucrat in the Imperium. WorldSculptor began work by codifying the Grand Imperium's Constitution, Wiki, and Getting Started Guide. He also led the formation of a uniquely Imperiumian architectural style on the Grand Imperium's build server, and contributed several early builds to the Imperium in Capitum, including Interland Factory and Prestige Apartments.

Beginning in February 2020, WorldSculptor transferred to building farms in Isi and Tutela Provinces, restoring the town of Amsterdam, and procuring books and artefacts for cultural preservation. From February to April, he served as acting Lord of Isi Province in Msjerven's absence.

In his spare time, WorldSculptor manages line of bars, 'Singers & Sculptor's', with his friend FrederikSings - branches were located in Capitis and Amsterdam. He also owned a collection of hundreds of books from libraries across the server.


As Chamberlain, WorldSculptor acts as the Emperor's personal assistant and most prominent executor. Politically, WorldSculptor favours an isolationist foreign policy, highly-centralised bureaucratic government, concise laws, prescriptive culture, self-sufficient industry, and long-term development. He has authored several books on politics from an Imperiumian perspective.