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Starting with the Empress Qanna Dabrian II, the Imperium suffered a series of unfortunate rulers. Among other problems, the galactic economy was thrown into turmoil and feuding among other powerful families became a terror on many worlds. The populist revolts on several worlds, executions of royal family members and the resulting quandry with the King Traih League highlighted the problems to the point where even the aristocratic families couldn’t deny them. In the end, The Grand Reforms swept the Imperial government. The Reforms are commonly viewed as the end of the High Imperium.
The chief objective of the Grand Reforms was to insulate the Imperial household resources from the Imperial Governmental resources. Coincidentally, the reforms also introduced significant restraints on the other elite families of the Imperium. While still technically the purvue of the relevant throneholders (galactic and planetary), many issues and activities came to require approval by either the Imperial Congress or by the relevant local legislative bodies.
Qanna Dabrian II possibly suffered from delusional paranoia large bribes in Imperial property to other families, reduces value of Imperial currency *** King Traih League benefits as their currency remains relatively stable
Antius Trevus I desperately dependent on unreliable religious mystics for advice ignored vital problems among the aristocracy, encouraged and participated in social events among them that were dominated by intoxicants of many sorts. vicious responses to revolts on many worlds prompted even further unrest as systems attempted to secede into the King Traih League, Antius’ unsteady diplomacy almost lead to a full-scale war