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Everyone in the Realm has their particular social status, which is noted and very explicit. Everything from how much your testimony is worth in court to how far you sit from the head of the table is arranged in order of the ranks of precedence below. The King is at the top and each step down is one rank in precedence less.

  • The King and Queen of the Realm
  • Crown Prince of the Realm
  • The High Officers of the Royal Court: Marshal, Chancellor, Steward, Constable, Chamberlain
  • Princes
  • Dukes
  • Barons
  • Court Officers of Princes or Dukes
  • Lords
  • Lord-Mayor of City
  • Temple High Priest
  • Castellan
  • Officers of Lords
  • Steward of a Town
  • Knight-Vassal
  • Knight of the Household
  • Knight-Errant
  • Village Bailiff
  • Priest (most clerics, 2nd or above)
  • Landed Gentry
  • Squire
  • Guild Master (most magic-users 2nd or above)
  • Citizen of Town or City
  • Monk (first level clerics)
  • Yeoman
  • Serf
  • Migrant Laborer
  • Foreigner
  • Slave
precedence.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/28 08:10 by dave