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This makes sense, as Sir Amik is an Lord

  • I was interested to know OSRS Fire Cape Sir Amik Varze really is a knight. I'm aware that the White Knights (By Guthix I would prefer a different name, similar to the one that the Kinshra have) are an organisation that is both military and political, but in feudal society (yes I know that RuneScape pays no heed whatsoever to the way the country was run, or even the the size of the territory for that matter... the world is way too small) Knights are in the middle, while a king is at the top, only beaten by an emperor.
    Amik would have a peerage in the event that he was the head of the King's horse. Burthorpe could then be considered a principality. But, I believe the principality is vast and Burthorpe is just its capital.
    The Kinshra were exiled from Falador and also from the mountains (I'm pretending that there is an area of mountains that separates Asgarnia from Misthalin from Wilderness... it seems strange to have one mountain by itself) Therefore, I'm guessing that Daquarius is the leader of the Kinshra becomes a marquis.
    This makes sense, as Sir Amik is an Lord. Also what is the reason Sir Amik merely a knight compared to Daquarius, a Lord? What do you think? Can a knight be allowed to run the kingdom as a ruler? Sorry for the unrelated bits. I simply copied and pasted it from a RSOF posting.
    The grave Buy OSRS Accounts isn't clear for me. For those who don’t know, it's an assumption that gravestones won’t be blessed and people will steal you loot. I can't believe it was true prior to 2007. There was no grace period of six minutes to collect your items.