Names in this part of Mearoc are normally singular, Juil or Makl. Families use "syn", "id", or "jon" to indicate a link to their families, such as Amrose synTevez or Conal jonlzmal.
A Jerynd from a noble family would be Jerynd Kanti idMal, for example. It wold be appropriate for a stranger to address him as Jerynd or Jerynd idMal. A friend of lower stature may address him as Jerynd if among friends or Jerynd Kanti if in mixed company.
|Jerynd||Bestowed by the City Master, Guardian, or Territorial Lord for outstanding military exploits||Minor nobility. Can own property within or without the city and maintain a small military contingent (max 20). Must provide troops to the city if called.|
|Aedile||Originally a caretaker role but can be bestowed by City Master to anyone for political reasons||technically minor nobility. This is a city position where a person takes responsibility for a specific area of the city and pays from their own pocket to make sure a road, lights, etc. are in working order. By doing so, they earn Fame with specific factions and the City Lord; or lose it, if done poorly|
|Revered||Bestowed by the City Master or Territorial Lord.||Lower nobility. Can have an estate, a small military contingent and own property within and without the city. Must provide support & troops to the city.|
|Wight||Bestowed by the City Master or Territorial Lord.||Higher nobility. Can have multiple estates, military assigned to each one, and own property in/out equal to 10% of the city max. Must provide support & troops to the city.|
|Guardian||Assigned by the territorial lord to the city.||Has equal power with the mayor (checks & balances) but is responsible for the policing and order of the city. Cities gained by conquest may not have a Guardian assigned.|
|City Master||Bestowed by a Territorial Lord, Conquest or the Immortals.||The person in charge of the city. their family takes on the name of eb+cityname, such as Jays eb Moonwells. Responsible for the upkeep, health, and power of the city.|
|Territorial Lord||Bestowed by the Immortals or gained by right of conquest.||Controls two or more cities within an expanse of land.|