Nobility is a title that represents your lord's power. As your kingdom's power grows, you unlock higher nobility ranks. Once unlocked, your nobility rank cannot decrease, even if you lose power (for example by losing troops).

Benefits for nobility include free Speed Ups, construction speed, daily payment of Blue Diamonds, Research Speed, army size, and fervor attack increase.

Rank Power Free speed up Construction Diamonds Research Army size Fervor
Smallfolk I 5 minutes 3% 50
Smallfolk II 5 minutes 5% 60
Smallfolk III 5 minutes 7% 70
Cupbearer I 15 minutes 9% 80
Cupbearer II 15 minutes 11% 90
Cupbearer III 15 minutes 13% 100
Ward I 25 minutes 15% 110
Ward II 25 minutes 17% 120
Ward III 25 minutes 20% 130
Squire I 35 minutes 20% 140 3%
Squire II 35 minutes 20% 150 5%
Squire III 35 minutes 20% 160 7%
Hedge Knight I 50 minutes 20% 170 9%
Hedge Knight II 50 minutes 20% 180 11%
Hedge Knight III 25M 50 minutes 20% 190 13%
Knight I 30M 50 minutes 20% 200 15% +20,000
Knight II 40M 50 minutes 20% 210 17% +25,000
Knight III 60M 50 minutes 20% 220 19% +30,000
Lord Commander I 80M 50 minutes 20% 230 21% +35,000
Lord Commander II 100M 50 minutes 20% 240 23% +40,000
Lord Commander III 150M 50 minutes 20% 250 25% +45,000
Advisor I 300M 50 minutes 20% 260 25% +50,000 12%
Advisor II 500M 50 minutes 20% 270 25% +55,000 16%
Advisor III 1000M 50 minutes 20% 280 25% +60,000 20%
Maester 1500M 50 minutes 20% 300 25% +70,000 25%

High nobility[edit | edit source]

Ranks of Knight I and above are high nobility. When both players have Knight I or higher nobility rank, eliminating or losing tier 3 or tier 4 troop in the fight will grant them Merit points. In addition to power, you need a certain merit score to proceed to the next high nobility rank.

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