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    All Royal Titles and Ranks in BitLife

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    When your character is born to royalty in BitLife, they must patiently wait to inherit the throne from their parents before they have power over the land. It can take a long time and many may choose to kill their older siblings or parents to make it happen sooner. But when you assume the highest title in your family, you may not be the highest ranking member in the country. There are different titles and ranks in the BitLife royalty lineage that you should be aware of.

    Here are all of the available titles and ranks you can have as a member of a royal family:

    • Baron / Baroness
    • Husband (married in a royal family)
    • Viscount / Viscountess
    • Earl / Earl / Countess
    • Marquis / Marquise
    • Duke / Duchess
    • Prince princess
    • Crown Princess (royal title in Morocco)
    • I gnawed the queen
    • Emperor / Empress (royal title in Japan)
    • Emir / Emira (royal title in the Middle East)

    The most powerful titles include King, Queen, Emperor, Empress, Emir, and Emira. When your character is in these ranks, there are a lot of things they can do by ruling a country, regularly performing executions, and dealing with laws. However, the latter has little or no effect on citizens. When your character has a child in this role, he will be a prince, princess or a duke or a duchess.

    The other titles are also available, but you want to avoid reaching the highest royal rank in your country. Make sure to keep an eye on your respect meter with any of these roles, as you can quickly find your character exiled to another country by citizens if you don't have enough respect and commit crimes. horrible. Just because you're royalty doesn't mean you can get away with everything.

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