Royalty & Nobility


Emperor & Empress

Emperor Pope in Romalia

King & Queen - Majesty - Thereafter as Sir & Ma'am

Queen Henrietta of Tristain,
Queen Tabitha/Charlotte of Gallia,
King Joseph of Gallia (Removed)
King Oliver Cromwell (Removed)

Archduke & Archduchess -

It was a rank mostly reserved to the Habsburg imperial and royal family. Nothing to do with Zero No Tsukaima.

Prince & Princess - Your Royal Highness - Thereafter as Sir & Ma'am

Prince Wales,
Princess Henrietta became Queen of Tristain


Lord is used as a generic term to denote members of the peerage. Five ranks of peer exist in the United Kingdom, in descending order these are duke, marquess, earl, viscount, and baron.

Duke & Duchess - Lord & Lady

Duke being below the prince and of the royalty family. Sir Wiliam de la Pole, Marquess of Suffolk was first non-royal to received a dukedom in the England. Highest rank below the monarch, and historically controlling a duchy. A duchy is the territory or geopolitical entity ruled by a duke. duchy source of his personal income for the Duke.
Duke of Tristain,
Duchess Karin Desiree of Tristain
Duke Montaru (Tiffania's father)

Marquess & Marchioness - Lord & Lady

Marquess and Earl are almost the same where is Marquess has lands on the border of the country. The Marquess was trusted to defend and fortify against potentially hostile neighbor. The Earl land inside the kingdom.
Marquis & Marquise Margrave & Margravine

Count & Countess - Lord & Lady

Count Mott in Tristain

Viscount & Viscountess - Lord & Lady

Viscount would be the deputy of the Earl.
Viscount Wardes

Baron & Baroness - Sir & Lady

Gentry and Minor Noble

Baronet & Baronetess - Sir & Lady

A Title given to a person for in order to raise funds for the running the kings armies. Baronets are commoners.

Hereditary Knight - Knights & Dame - Sir & Lady

Military follower of a king or other superior. Chevalier word would be the French version of English Knights. Chevalier is a class of membership in a French Order of Chivalry.
Modern knighthoods are typically awarded in recognition for services rendered to society: services which are not necessarily martial in nature.
Technically under English system the below would be Dame.
Chevalier Tabitha/Charlotte became Queen of Gallia
Chevalier Louise right hand of Queen Henrietta
Chevalier Saito right hand of Queen Henrietta

A Chart

Nobility Chart 2

New Chart Being worked on.



Male Female
King Queen
Prince Princess


Male Female
Duke Duchess
Marquess Marchioness
Earl Countess
Viscount Viscountess
Baron Baroness
Baronet Baronetess
Knights Dame