United Knights of the Celestial Crown


Older knights, though their beliefs are widely varied, tend to be a lot more progressive than most people realise. Many often work in the background of political scheming to nudge things in their favour- it’s actually a major reason why slavery was eventually banned. While the Highking wanted to ban it anyways, he couldn’t do it without the promised support of these progressive knights to both help uphold these laws, and protect him and the freed slaves from any terrorist attacks.   Younger knights tend to be more unified in their beliefs because of the evolution of training and chivalrous attitudes all together. They’re not strictly traditional, but operate under the mindset that the assimilation of the world kingdom is important and stick to structures that enforce this regardless of how progressive it is. As such many are pro-slavery for example, but because it’s the culture behind nobility rather than holding direct hatred for ivierae as taught by Lord Fyayn. You’re likely to find younger knights blindly repeat bigoted attitudes because of their involvement in upholding traditional human structures without understanding why they’re repeating it.

Public Agenda

Their goal is to simply serve the world kingdom as efficiently as possible. They feel that peak efficiency can’t be reached if individual groups don’t a central authority.


They have a pretty high budget, especially considering just how wide spread the organisation is. It almost rivals the Highking himself, and many higher ups within the organisation are constantly pushing to increase the budget.   They possess a multitude of different things such as specifically made armour and weapons, stables to raise horses, carriages, forts, and off the course all the different knightly orders within the group.


As the world kingdom started off disconnected from one another, so too were the various knightly orders when all of the kingdoms eventually merged. At first they tried to merge it all together into one, but each order had many different codes of honour that they refused to compromise. So each leader came together to discuss how best to unite everyone, and they came to the agreement that as long as they could operate independently from one another, they could agree to serve in the name of the Highking and his court and work together time to time.   At the beginning of the UKoCC it was merely just loosely connected orders of knights fighting for the world kingdom. Over time though, they began to organise more efficiently by creating subsections within the organisation, dividing the groups by country. Some time after that, they added a subsection within the subsection, delegating individual orders to focus on specific tasks.   These knightly orders contain a lot of tension within them, as many newer generations of knights aim to fully merge all orders together, while older generations are fighting keep it all individualised. A lot of this tension also stems from the fact that many didn’t even want to join this united organisation of knights. Many only did so as Highking Yøn criminalised the existence of the orders if they weren’t under the authority of the world kingdom, delegating them as “rogue militias”. Most who didn’t agree with the unification simply either disbanded or started working in secret if they didn’t assimilate.

Stars Aligned, Unity Defined

Military, Knightly Order
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