Gavel, a strong province suffering from the Decay, it seems to lack any clear sight of a monarchy or government or perhaps even a dictatorship. We don't know much about its rulers but we do know the fact that it is currently ruled by a government, as quoted by Yansur "Gavel's governments can not stop Mistress Qira. I doubt you can either." With this information in mind, the sudden absence of the government in public, most likely due to Wynn Excavation and its intents, considering you the player beat this organization and revealed the truth, makes them hide in the shadows now that their secret is spoiled. While Wynn is inhabited by royalty, like the King of Ragni and King of Troms, Gavel once was ruled by royalty as quoted by the King of Ragni "I remember being told something by my grandfather, and he was royalty in Gavel himself!" With all this gathered up, no wonder the Gavellian government never makes a public entrance, it's greedy and wants to take control, which is why they sent Wynn Excavation to find great power buried beneath what is not theirs, if one thing Wynncraft's most powerful traitors and tyrants have shown, is that corrupt or not, they contain a great desire for themselves, Hashr assassinated his father for his staff and the throne, the Iron Golem Factory has a cruel secret and think they are heroes for what they do, and then the government itself can simply not be trusted, only wishing to wage this war as a distraction to fulfill their great desires. Is Wynn the only hope? Well perhaps yes, despite it being ruled by descendants of Gavellian royalty, it fairs better than Gavel and its intentions, considering that they might soon steal Wynn from its holders, unless Fruma interferes, which it seems highly unlikely considering Fruma abandoned it when it Wynn became superior to them. Perhaps Wynn should stop worrying about the Corruption and see what Gavel is hiding behind its backs. Hope you enjoyed this explanation of the Gavellian government, I didn't write a TLDR because it would be hard to cram it all into a simple paragraph.