Royal titles

King, Queen

“The ruler of a kingdom. Kings usually inherit their position by birth, though some become kings through conquest, and others are elected. A king or queen usually rules until death, abdication or being deposed.”

Prince, Princess

“Usually held by all the children of a monarch. If a monarch is newly crowned, be it through conquest, usurpation, or declaring independence, his or her children will typically become princes or princesses, but it varies if his or her siblings become princes and princesses.”

Noble titles

Earl, Countess

“An earl or countess assists the king or queen with ruling, establishing law and order, maintaining the peace, and tax collection.”

Baron, Baroness

“A baron or baroness is in charge and in control of a piece of territory in the kingdom; typically, taxes are paid to the royal household.”

Knight, Dame

“Warriors who provide outstanding service to a kingdom are awarded the rank and honor of knighthood.”

Religious titles


“A bishop is in charge of teaching about their religion, exercising authority within his or her sphere of influence, and representing the religion of their kingdom.”


“A priest is permitted to carry out the religious rites of a kingdom, particularly when acting as a middleman between mortals and the leader of their kingdoms religion.”

Monk, Nun

“A monk or nun dedicates their life to serving others and the leader of their kingdoms religion, they choose to live as an ascetic, withdrawing from society and spending their days in prayer and meditation.”

Military titles


“The highest military rank. Determine strategic points in (civil) wars together with the king or queen and baron or baroness. Commands the admiral, lieutenant and acentenary.”


“Supervisor and commander of the naval forces who plans, assigns, reviews, and evaluates the work of the other commanders.”


“Supervisor and commander of the ground forces who plans, assigns, reviews, and evaluates the work of the other commanders.”


“Provides army drills and trains people to fight for their kingdom.”


“A Squire enters the service of a knight, dame or general usually with the promise of attaining knighthood at some point in the future. Squires usually take the role of a personal servant, running errands for their masters and keeping their armor, shield, weaponry, and horse ready for battle or tournaments.”


“Archers are soldiers who are skilled in the use of bow and arrow. They are an inevitable part of every military and serve a very important part during both defense and attack.”


“In a war, soldiers are the people who do the fighting, on the ground or from boats.”

Job titles


“An armorer carries a high prestige because of his ability to create high-quality armor. Each armor has to be specifically suited to the size and physique of the wearer, so the armourer essentially workes with diligence on every single piece of armor.”


“A baker prepare baked goods for sale to customers.”


“A bard is a professional poet, employed to compose elegies and songs.”


“A butchers cuts and trim meat from larger, wholesale portions into steaks, chops, roasts, and other cuts. They then prepare meat for sale.”


“A carpenter is involved in the design, cutting, and building of furniture using different types of wood”


“A cobbler mend shoes, tidy them up, and replace damaged parts.”


“A farmer manages farms. Farmers are involved in planting, overseeing livestock, and supervising farm labor depending on the type of farm.”


“A fisher is someone who captures fish and other animals from a body of water, or gathers shellfish.”


“A merchant is a person who trades in commodities produced by other people, especially one who trades with foreign kingdoms.”


“A miner is a person who extracts coal, gold, iron, or other minerals from the earth through mining.”


“A smith is someone whose job involves making things out of metal.”


“A stonemason carves blocks of stone, and lay and fit stonework into place on construction projects.”


“A weaver is a person who weaves cloth, carpets, or baskets.”


“A civilian without a profession.”


“A slave is a person held in forced servitude.”

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