2) Baroness (spouse/partner of titular head of house, usually non-inheriting but possessing specific responsibilities and authorities in support of the head of House. Fealty sworn to Emperor Gregor Vortapani through High Lord Count Theux Vorpaddox.)
3) Lord Paulo Vorkerellin (officially designated Heir of titular head, often serves as Baron's Voice either in regional administration or as a witness in the Council of Counts while the titular head is occupied elsewhere. Fealty sworn to Emperor Gregor Vortapani through the Baron leading this Low Vor House through High Lord Count Theux Vorpaddox.)
4) Lord Victor Vorkerellin and other members of Vor House, related or married in or adopted, swearing fealty to Emperor Gregor Vortapani directly through their Baron or Baroness. Many members of this House are likely to be hereditary knights, addressed as "Sir" or "Dame". Some may be non-hereditary petty knights, also addressed as "Sir" or "Dame".
5) senior Armsmen, especially those who have been Armsmen of this particular House for 20+ standard years, swearing fealty to a specific member of the House who in turn swears fealty in an unbroken chain up to Emperor Gregor Vortapani. A Low Vor House is unlikely to have more than five Armsmen, and these may be veterans of service to a High Vor House on their path toward full retirement.
As written, this reflected the state of House Vorkerellin in 12720. The identity of the Baron and of the High Lord have both changed since this time.