The Rules of Succession are as defined below. Titles, whether they're aesthetic or landed, have a means of passing them down from one generation to the next.


  1. Titles are passed down by means of agnatic-cognatic primogeniture; the eldest male child inherits all the land. If there are no close males living, then the land goes to the eldest female.
  1. Noblewomen who marry commoners forfeit their titles and ability to inherit property for themselves and their descendents.
  1. Children are born with the status of their fathers; this works opposite if it is a matrilineal marriage.