In 1124 Guild Master Ti'lanar of the Legislators submitted his paper "Minor Guilds" where he criticised the contemporary system that a small elite of the Guilds held the knowledge, and proposed the creation of Minor Guilds to expand the knowledge.
King Mararon was upset that so many of his own people were falling by the wayside. He agreed with the paper and following its suggestions:
- He placed the Common Schools under the Guild of Legislators
- Set higher standards for instructors and longer workdays.
- Raised the studying years to 15 years (age 5 to 20).
- From there, students could enter one of the new Minor Guilds, including Architecture (a branch of the Guild of Stone Masons), Miners, and Educators, and Bankers among others.
Education and the Guilds had always been thought of as inseparable. However in 4500 Guild Master Kinef of the Guild of Legislators brought forth a proposal that would allow the use of private education separate from the Guilds. The proposal eventually passed by a slim margin but private education never really received near the admiration and respect from the public and thus never truly succeeded.