Titles within the world of the Realms are many and diverse. Of course the topic is dominated by the titles of the gentry, since most kingdoms work under as bastard feudalism, but even being a master of a given profession is still an important distinction in the universal pecking order of mortals.
- See also Gentry for more related content.
|Order of Precedence [e]|
|King*||Queen*||Majesty||Leader of House & Kingdom|
|Prince||Princess||Highness||Possible heir to House & Kingdom|
|Duke||Duchess||Grace||Royal family (extended) or given|
|Marquess||Marchioness||Lord/Lady||Border houses (more important)|
|Count||Countess||Lord/Lady||Leader of a county|
|Viscount||Viscountess||Lord/Lady||Good province, small county and/or city|
|Castellan/Captain||Sir/Dame/Title||Captain of guard|
|Peer/Hereditary Knight**||Sir/Dame||Low nobility - Estate/village|
|Squire**||Mr/Mrs/Ms||Servants of Knights|
|Esquire||Esquire/Sir/Dame||Gentry person such as a third son or daughter|
|Freeman/Franklin/Citizen||Mr/Mrs/Ms||Land owner ranked below gentry|
|Villein||Given name||An unfree man working the land|
|Cotter||Given name||An unfree man with no land|
|Slave||First name/"slave"||An owned person with no rights|
|* Royal titles are lent to the spouse of the title's true owner, but|
their actual rank is that of "Spouse/Consort of King/Queen".
** These are required to fight (or assist), but can also perform heroic deeds to gain
- Procurator - Frequently used; person procuring things
- An agent of someone
- A tax collector
- Barrister - Attorney or solicitor acting in higher courts.
- Procurator - A legal officer who both investigates and prosecutes crimes, found in inquisitorial legal systems.
- Proctor - Attorney or solicitor acting in most courts.
- Solicitor - Qualified to deal with conveyancing, the drawing up of wills, and other legal matters. A solicitor may also instruct Proctors/Barristers and represent clients in some courts.
- Understudy - Qualified under supervision to do Solicitor work.
- See also Sickle for more related content.
Church of Rahn
- See also Church of Rahn for more related content.
- Patriarch of Rahn
- High Bishops
- Priest (Father)
- Brother (official term)
Priorae, Priests and Brothers are all ranks that serves in dioceses under a Bishop and they are colelctively referred to as Proctors.
- Paladins/Templars (Holy knights)
- Friars (traveling monks)
- Cleric/Barefoot priests
- Abbot (Father)
- Monk (Elder)
- Monk (Brother)
- Proctor - Someone who oversees an examination (see also invigilator) or dormitory
Titles by name
- Proctor - Version of Procurator; a person who takes charge of, or acts for, another
- Procurator - Person who procures thing
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