The next 518 seats are reserved for the clergy members of Asendavia. 273 of the 518 seats for clergy members are reserved for Ademarite clergy members, who are appointed, with approval from the Kaiser, by the High Patriarch of the Church of Ademar. 115 of the 518 seats for clergy members are reserved for Celanite clergy members, who are appointed, again with approval from the Kaiser, by the Erzbischof of the Church of St. Cel. The remaining 130 seats for clergy members are filled by clergy members from other state-approved religions in Asendavia. Typically, a clergy member that is appointed to be a Magister serves for life, although they may be dismissed or resign.
Finally, the last 300 seats in the Magisterium are for the common people of Asendavia. Any common man in Asendavia that is over the age of 18 can be a candidate for a seat in the Magisterium. The 300 men who will fill these seats are determined by a popular vote in their region. If a candidate wins the popular vote in their region, than they become a Magister. Each Magister that fills these 300 seats can run for a maximum of 4 consecutive terms of 3 years each, for a total of 12 consecutive years. However, there is no total term limit, meaning that someone could be a Magister for 12 years, wait 3 years, and then be eligible for 4 more terms of 3 years each. Also, all candidates are approved by the Commision on Common Magisters and the Kaiser.