The wife of the King of Éirigh, who may or may not assist in the ruling of the kingdom.
Knights are the primary military forces in the Kingdom of Éirigh, and work in service to a Laird or the King as part of an Order.
An Order is the military force beneath each Laird of Éirigh.
The Foreman is the unofficial head of a settlement of tenants on a Laird's lands, selected by an informal vote of their fellow tenants.
A Squire is an apprentice to a Knight of The Royal Guard.
The heir apparent to the throne of Éirigh. Typically the eldest son of the King, but a King has the right to choose any of his children as heir to the kingdom.
The Captain of the Royal Guard is the head of all military affairs in the Kingdom of Éirigh.
The Lairds are the primary rulers of the Kingdom of Éirigh, similar to the Clan leaders of Feudal Scotland or a head of state government in the US on Earth.
The Commander is selected by the King of Éirigh to lead his Royal Navy.
The Marshal is the head trainer of a Laird's stables, responsible for keeping all horses in their charge fit and ready for duty.
A small force tasked with protecting the limited trade charters sent and received by Éirigh.
Tenants are the commoners, spanning from low to middle class citizens of the kingdom.
The Royal Guard exists to defend The Royal Family, protect The King's Lands, and ensure that the King's commands are carried out throughout the kingdom.
Nobles represent the most elite class of the kingdom, made up of those with enough wealth to be recognized by the King, the King's family, Lairds and their families, and Seneschals (in title only).
The Royal Family are the unquestioned rulers of the Kingdom of Éirigh, as laid out by The Feudal Alliance System at the founding of the kingdom.
A Clerk is responsible for running and maintaining their Laird's household, similarly to a head butler on Earth.
The Head Ostler (not to be confused with the Marshal) manages the grooms and stables of a Laird's estate.
Includes all 22 Lairds of the kingdom, and has highly limited but substantial power if they can act in agreement. At the founding of Éirigh, they were given the power to remove a King by unanimous vote, which has never occurred.
The King of Éirigh is the political head and ruler of the kingdom.
A Seneschal acts as the right hand man to their Laird, and is elevated above the fellow Knights of their Order.
A bond servant is a tenant that has been indentured to a Laird, either to pay off debt or as punishment for a crime.
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