Amik would have a peerage if he is the ruler of the King's horse. This could also create Burthorpe an official principality. I'm assuming that the real principality is bigger than the city.
As for the Kinshra they were evicted from Falador and also from the mountains. (I'm pretending there's a huge mountain range that divides Asgarnia/Misthalin and Wilderness... It is odd to have a single mountain on its' own.) I believe this makes Daquarius the chief of Kinshra, a marquess.
This is logical since is a Lord. Again Sir Amik is just an enlisted knight in comparison to Daquarius who is an lord. What do you think? Do you think a knight should be allowed to lead the kingdom? Sorry, a couple of the details aren't connected. This is a copy and paste from a RSOF post.
The grave situation isn't clear to me. For those who don't know, it's a belief that grave stones aren't blessed and that people will steal you loot. I fail to see the problem in this situation regardless of the fact that it was the same pre 07 but you didn’t have a 6-minute grace period to pick up your items.
One argument that has been raised is that the appointment of new bosses doesn't necessarily mean death. Does that really hold? Really? Demons was a new boss in 08 and I'm not aware of any. But, when I duo me with my partner I pray for him (well he blesses mine, and he's not yet dead). I can always return in less than 3 minutes. This means that regardless of how blessed your grave is, you can still come back.
The Corpreal Beast on contrary, was deliberately designed to not use the mechanics of a cemetery. I'm certain Jagex saw it and was ashamed at the bosses of care bears who created gravestones to avoid any chance. You have two minutes to get back to your belongings, and there's no reason that can't stay before it becomes the stuff of the public.
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