Royal, Noble, and Political Titles In Leilior


Royal and Noble Titles in Leilior

Queen (Consort) Hereditary monarch of the nation. Head of state. The Consort has some power due to influence and proximity, but little legal power.
Princess Royal The first-born daughter or the Queen and monarchal heir.
Princess Any non-inheriting daughters of the Queen, as well as sisters of the Queen
Prince Any non-inheriting sons of the Queen as well as brothers of the Queen
Duchess (Consort) Large land-holding vassals of the Queen. There are four Duchesses of Leilior
Baroness/Baron The Baronesses of Leilior mostly rule the cities of Leilior, though a few have rural holdings.
Lady/Lord The lowest noble title for a land-holding person of a noble bloodline. Lords hold various parcels of land throughout Leilior and within city districts.
Baronet A noble title that is usually granted by a Baroness or higher noble for some sort of service to the crown. It is not necessarily tied to a parcel of land.
Knight (Sir or Dame) Not to be confused with a Cavalier or Paladin, an aristocratic knight is the first rung on the ladder of nobility.

National Political Titles of Leilior

The Lord High Exchequer Runs the national bureaucracy (taxation, census rolls, etc.). Appointed by the Queen.
Chamberlains : Supervisors
High Clerks : Managers
Clerks : Workers
The Lord High Magistrate Enforces the King’s laws and oversees the lesser magistrates. Appointed by the Queen.
High Magistrates : Oversee the legal system of a city or region
Magistrates : Oversee the legal system of a city district or village
Lords of the Watch, Watch Captains: Oversee the law enforcement within a city
The Lord of the Waves Head of the Leilioran Navy. Appointed by the Queen.
Harbormasters: Oversee the dockside operations of city (be it riverside or seaside)
Captains : Lead ships into battle, patrols, etc.
The Lord Steward Head of the Royal Household and personal security. Appointed by the Queen
Royal Guard : Elite guards that protect the Queen day and night
Royal Palace household staff
The Lord Chamberlain Head of the Royal Household Treasury. Appointed by the Queen.
Comptrollers : Supervisors
Clerks : Workers
The Master of Horse Head of the Royal Stables and the stables of the army in times of war. Appointed by the Queen.
Stablemasters : Supervisors
Stablehands: Workers

The High Council

The Lord High Exchequer, The Lord High Magistrate, The Lord of the Waves, and the Lord Steward form the High Council that advises the monarch on matters concerning the state.

Royal, Noble, and Political Titles In Leilior

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