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PostSubject: How do Aristocrats work in fiction?   How do Aristocrats work in fiction? Icon_minitimeSat Jun 09, 2012 9:01 pm

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In fairy tales they are often portrayed in a positive light. However some of their titles in other works can varry:

.Barons are the worst in popular fiction, with one notable exception if it is a nickname

.Counts are often second in terms of vileness

.Dukes are usually relatively nice. This may be due to the fact the title was awarded to those who rose to aristocracy as war leaders in battles. Thus, the Duke has a heroic feel to it, however some Dukes want to overthrow the king

.Earls tend to be good but very elderly and senile people, however in the Japanese story "D.Gray-Man" by Katsura Hoshino the main villian is known as the "Millennium Earl"

.Baronets were quite often villains in both Victorian Melodrama and Wodehousian, Along with Gilbert and Sullivan comedy for some reason

.Queens/Kings may be either good or evil. And, of course their Princesses/Princes are always nice The Prince will almost always be charming, even in the rare cases where that is not actually his name. The Prince will almost always be charming, even in the rare cases where that is not actually his name. However, there are two uses of the term. The Prince may be the son of a King, or it may be used to refer to any ruler or leader. Their are however examples of Evil Princesses/Princes

. If it's an Action Adventure story, you can bet anyone with the title Lady will be an Action Girl

.Sir is always good, that's why actors like being reffered by that.

. Don't even get us started on Emperors, Chancellors, and Grand Viziers Although there are some heroic examples.

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PostSubject: Re: How do Aristocrats work in fiction?   How do Aristocrats work in fiction? Icon_minitimeTue Jun 12, 2012 3:22 pm

Dont leave us hanging. A new article has to be written about Empoeres-male and female chancellors etc.

I like the detail into the list. I agree that Sir is the best title cheers cheers
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