About the Royal Court
The Royal Court is a group of people who are of the upper class in
the kingdom. After filling out an application, they will be given a title
(such as Earl, Countess, Baron, Lord, Lady, ect..) Ten members of the Royal
court (not including the priest) will be given a position on the High Court,
in which to discuss things in need of improving in the kingdom, with the King
and or Queen. There will also be a need for a priest/ess simply request to be
considered for the position.
A Lord of the court is loyal to the throne. When called to aid the
royal family, of course he will come. Much like a knight, but with a more
regal manner and much fancier clothing, he is always in the court trying to
win some Lady's heart (unless he is married). Though mostly his job is to
live comfortably making a good companion to those around him. He can be a
knight if it pleases him. Unless they are a knight, they must never engage
in a fight. The Lord will greet every person who enters a Sembers room. If a
Lord commits a crime, they may be stripped of their title.
A lady of the court is much like a lady-in-waiting, for the queen.
She is there to help her, if need be, to give her advice, but mostly just to
live elegantly, and at leisure keeping those around her company with her
dashing personality. A lady must not enter into a relationship without the
Queen's consent. The Ladies are the role models, and must act it, by showing
proper etiquette. She must greet every person who enters a Sembers room, and
never lose her temper in public
The Priest/ess will be ready to carry out wedding ceremonies,
funerals, baptisms, and whatever the kingdom has a need for. The job is an
important one, in which he or she is depended on by many people. He/she will
also be a member of the high court and a wise confidant of the King and his
Queen. For the people the priest/ess will give sermons, offer advice, take
confession in confidence and help to heal the sick and wounded.
Members of the high court are a specially chosen group of 10
members of the royal court (not including the priest/ess). They will meet
with the king and queen and discuss matters of the court. How it can be
improved, and such. If you wish to be considered for this position please
contact the King and Queen.
Members of the Royal Court
Lady Elisabeth Allison Westmoor
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