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Titles

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Arenik

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Titles are an important part of medieval social life, as they show the dignity of a ruler. It is the title that shows at what level of the hierarchical ladder you are.Therefore, I propose to introduce titles into the game. A list of names by country is attached.
1.List of titles
Titles in the Empire:
1. The Emperor. Appeal: Your Grace. The wife is the empress, the son is the crown prince, the daughter is the crown princess.Children, brothers, sisters, and in the male generation - and grandchildren of emperors enjoy the title of Imperial Highnesses, Grand Dukes and Grand Duchesses. Great-grandchildren of emperors (and in the family of each great-grandson - only the eldest son and his elders, by right of birthright, descendants of the male sex and generations ), enjoy the title of princes of the imperial blood.
2. Duke. Appeal: Your Grace. duchess wife of dukes, children of the marquise.
3. Landgrave - the title of the sovereign prince in the empire, namely the title of count, who used supreme jurisdiction in his possessions and was not subordinate to the duke or prince. Landgraves were direct vassals of the emperor.
4. Margrave is an official subordinate to the king, endowed with broad administrative, military and judicial powers in the mark. In their territories, the margraves possessed the power of a duke's level with one exception: during military campaigns, the margraves followed the ducal banner.
5. Graf. Appeal: Milord. The countess is the wife and daughter of the count, the sons are viscounts.
6. Burggraf is an official appointed by the emperor in medieval cities. The Burgraves had administrative, military, and judicial powers. Burgraf occupied a position equal to the graf. At the same time, he could be a Reichsgraf (subordinate directly to the emperor) or be a subject of another ruler.
7. Viscount. Appeal: Viscount.
8. Baron. Appeal: Baron. The wife of the baroness, the sons of the baronet.
Titles in Vlandia:
1. King. Appeal: Your Grace. The wife is the queen, the son is the prince, the daughter is the princess.
2.Grand duke - the title is lower than the emperor, king or archduke, but higher than the prince or duke. The Grand Duke bears the title "Royal Highness".
3. Duke. Appeal: Your Grace. Duchess - wife of dukes, children - marquises.
4. Marquis. Appeal: Your Grace, my lord, wife is the marquis.
5. Graf . Appeal: Milord. Countess - wife and daughter of the count, sons - viscounts.
6. Viscount. Appeal: Viscount.
7. Baron. Conversion: baron, wife - baroness, sons - baronets.
P.S. Titles in Battania are the same
Titles in Sturgia:
1. Prince. Appeal: Your Grace. The wife is the princess , the son is the prince , the daughter is the princess.
2. The great boyarin. Appeal: Your Grace.
3. Boyarin is the second rank close to the prince.
4. Okolnichiy - is the third rank close to the prince .
5. Duma nobleman - fourth title.
Titles of Aseraev:
1. Caliph.
2. Sultan.
3. Emir.
4. Aha - a form of addressing a senior by rank, designation of the clan nobility and title.
5. Efendi - titles and officer rank.
P.S. The title of Caliph and Sultan can be combined.
Titles of Kuzaites:
1. Khan. Khan's wife - Khatun.Tegin is a title added to the names of men from the clan of the khan, the prince of the blood.Shat (shad) - the title of "prince of blood", but not the heir to the throne.
2. Bey. The clan of the leader in the tribe. Let it be equated to the princely title.
3. Murza is a title of aristocrats who do not belong to the khan's family.
4. Noyons - representatives of the aristocratic nobility.
2. Title inheritance
In Vlandia, Battania, the title holder is not just any member of the clan, but only its head. In these factions, the title is not inherited through the female line.Titles are also inherited by the eldest son (bastards, even legalized ones, cannot inherit the title).
The sons of feudal lords with a title not lower than the count, the title of courtesy (a personal title used as the main way of naming the heirs of titled nobles), the eldest sons and eldest grandchildren repeat one of the younger "subordinate titles", for example, the son of the duke is called the marquis. As a title of courtesy to other family members, the title of lord is used before the first and last name.
The choice of a particular title of courtesy from several minor titles is dictated by family tradition. It can change when a family receives new higher titles or the elimination of senior lines, which were assigned certain secondary titles (the junior line, after suppressing the senior, inherits only a set of titles that had a common ancestor). As a secondary name, a title is chosen, the name of which does not coincide with the most senior title; if the names of the minor titles are the same, the construction of the form "lord + surname" can be used as a courtesy title. If the genus does not have a secondary title, fictitious designations or the construction "lord + surname" are used.
For example, the Duke of Norfolk holds the minor titles Earl of Arundel and Baron of Multravers. Moreover, he is called by the main title - "Duke of Norfolk". The eldest son of the Duke of Norfolk during his father's lifetime is titled "Earl of Arundel, and his eldest son, the eldest grandson of the Duke, may be called" Lord Multravers. "
For the rest of the factions, the title holder is any member of the clan (that is, for example,even the brothers and sisters of the count will be called counts and countesses, respectively), but only in the Empire and Sturgia the title is transferred through the female line (a woman could become something like a "title keeper" in order to transfer the title to her eldest son after herself).
 
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