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so is there a way for a normal player to get a title of a noble ?


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4/19/2017 11:21:58 PM #1
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Buy land and get good


4/19/2017 11:35:27 PM #2
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Hail, Skullscar!

This page gives you the short and sweet version of the nobility and aristocracy. Excerpt below:

Much of the original royalty for Chronicles of Elyria will be populated by avid supporters of the game - either through backing tiers or as a reward for contributing to the game based on Influence Points (IP). During Exposition they will set the tone for the game and establish the original laws name their territories, and create the first alliances of the game. Once the game begins, there are several ways to gain a title:

  • Marriage - Your marriage contract can declare a shared title
  • Inheritance - You can inherit land and title from your parents
  • Claims - You can gain the authority of Casus Belli to invade another territory
  • Appointment - If there’s a vacuum -- the death of a noble without an heir or a title is revoked due to treason -- a noble may appoint a lesser noble to a title

Our 18th design journal goes into greater depth regarding kingdoms and land management if you're more into the nitty gritty details :)


4/20/2017 1:28:55 AM #3
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Ever watch Game of Thrones?


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4/26/2017 5:41:23 PM #4
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Yes and no. In order to become a noble you have to have status, land, reputation and wealth. Same goes for lower tiers such as Dutch, Count, Mayor, Governor etc. The difference being some are taking via war such as someone becoming the new King/Queen because they won a war and overthrew the previous monarch. Most below Noble stature are elected in, although, hence the need for status, land, rep and wealth.


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4/26/2017 7:00:55 PM #5
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Well, I am a Countess so, yup.


4/26/2017 7:08:18 PM #6
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Posted By Grim at 12:41 PM - Wed Apr 26 2017

Yes and no. In order to become a noble you have to have status, land, reputation and wealth. Same goes for lower tiers such as Dutch, Count, Mayor, Governor etc. The difference being some are taking via war such as someone becoming the new King/Queen because they won a war and overthrew the previous monarch. Most below Noble stature are elected in, although, hence the need for status, land, rep and wealth.

Not true.

Only a mayor is voted in. All other titles from count on up are gained via a cassis belli.

You in essence have to have support to gain a cassis belli but then you actually have to win a war (or the existing party abdicates). CoE isn't a democracy...yet. 😎


4/26/2017 7:15:46 PM #7
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Posted By Malais at 12:08 PM - Wed Apr 26 2017

Posted By Grim at 12:41 PM - Wed Apr 26 2017

Yes and no. In order to become a noble you have to have status, land, reputation and wealth. Same goes for lower tiers such as Dutch, Count, Mayor, Governor etc. The difference being some are taking via war such as someone becoming the new King/Queen because they won a war and overthrew the previous monarch. Most below Noble stature are elected in, although, hence the need for status, land, rep and wealth.

Not true.

Only a mayor is voted in. All other titles from count on up are gained via a cassis belli.

You in essence have to have support to gain a cassis belli but then you actually have to win a war (or the existing party abdicates). CoE isn't a democracy...yet. 😎

It would be very interesting to see CoE become a democracy... I wonder if switching to this form of rule will eventually create sjw's and Donald Trumps (I'm joking btw.. not about democracy being an interesting concept, although)


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