His Majesty King Ronald I holds a
Majlis in M'Boubene Peulh.
All the people in Biffeche have
the opportunity to speak with
Majesty during a Majlis
held in every village that
King Ronald visits.
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The Biffeche Aristocracy
In addition to the Royal Family, Biffeche has a very small
Court acts affecting titles or orders of Knighthood &
Decorations are rare. They may be announced in the Biffeche
Court Circular issued from time to time as needed.
His Majesty, the King
The first or primary spouse of the
King. At present,
The Crown Prince.
Eldest son of the Crown
Princes and Princesses Royal.
The Crown Princess.
Other spouses (if any) of the
King. At present, Queen
Dukes, and Duchesses in their own right.
At present, the King
and Queen Carolyn (Orlamander).
Princes, and Princesses in their own right, of the House of
Marquesses, Marquis, and Marchionesses and Marquises in their
Earls, and Countesses in their own right. At present, none.
Viscounts, and Viscountesses in their own right.
Barons, and Baronesses in their own right.
Seigneurs. At present, none.
The Bouille Mother.
Hereditary foresters. At present, none.
The Chaplain Royal. At present, Father Timothy Horner, O.S.B.,
Baron of Mells.
Knights and Companions (see section on Royal Orders,
Decorations and Knighthood).
Chefs des Villages.
Spouses of Chefs des Villages.
"Chief" or "Chef de Village" is strictly an
administrative title, and no longer has any noble connotation (by
itself) in Biffeche. One village chief now also has the hereditary
title of Baron. The law governing the descent of noble titles
depends on the words in the original grant; it may specify decent
in the male line, the female line, to oldest or youngest, or by
any other method. If it is unspecified, then descent is to the
oldest in the male line if the original holder was male. Tanistry
is unknown in Biffeche. A Prince or Princess of the House of
Schafer who has no other title is not able to pass the title to
the next generation without further act of the King.
The King may
appoint a temporary or permanent Seneschal at any time; while in
power, a Seneschal ranks between Baron and Seigneur.
His Majesty King Ronald I on
Queen Elizabeth II's old Royal
Yacht H.M.S. Britainnia
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