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My Majesty Nobility Faction Question and Answers Guide

Your kingdom's nobles are out to make money and they don't care which factions they make mad to get it.

Did you think the nobility faction in My Majesty was going to be easy to deal with? Yeah, right.

Every faction in the game has its own quirks that make their requests less (or more than) ideal for the other factions, but your kingdom's nobility is pretty much all about themselves. But hey, you're the ruler of your kingdom. Their cushy needs are pretty in line with your own.

Most of the questions and requests your nobility is going to throw your way are to their own benefit, often to the inconvenience to other factions. This is the case for the requests any faction throws at you but your kingdom's nobles' requests are often focused around their comfort and making money at the expense of other kingdoms.

This guide is pretty easy to follow. If you'd like to get your hands on some questions and answers from other factions check out the links below:

 How to use this guide

The questions and requests you see below are not the full amount in the game. There are so many questions it's hard to log them all, and I didn't even start until I'd been playing a few weeks. So this guide is a work in progress, as are the ones for the other factions.

Most of the questions/requests you see here only have partial answer data. This is because of the amount of questions the game throws at you. These will be filled in over time!

Any typos and grammatical errors seen here are the same as they are in the game. This just makes it easier for you to find what you're looking for.

And finally, important words in each request are highlighted so you can find what you're looking for more easily.

Question Answer 1 Answer 2
The duke proposes establishing the first bank in the Kingdom. Yes

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:  +1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: 0
Army: 0
Outlaws: -1
Command the artillerymen to fire cannons at balls? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood:  0
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Excuse the children of the marquises from the honorably duty of emptying out the royal chamber pot? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
The ladies-in-waiting are requesting that monks be enlisted to empty chamber pots. Yes, why not?

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
That is a bad idea.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: ?
Outlaws: -1
Command the army to protect the merchant fleet of the rich?
Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: 0
Army: -1
Outlaws: -2
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
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Permit the use of small goslings for wiping one's butt? Yes, that's wonderful.

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
No, that's not right.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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There are not enough horses for our sales carts. Take some of the knights' horses, and harness them to pull the sales carts? Yes

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: 0
Army: -2
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: -2
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
The blades of the swords are extremely expensive to manufacture. Instead of them, procure clubs made of maple wood for the knights? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: -2
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
We need to equip the merchant ships. Impose a new tax on the city guilds for shipboard hemp? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Request the bandits to organize a raid on a village of peasants, those who refuse are to work off villein socage, or serfdom? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -2
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
Vasco de Gama is requesting he be appointed liege of the port city. Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Permit the convicted, wealthy bandits to read adventure novels in prisons? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: 0
Commoners: +1
Thinkers:  +1
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Reduce the size of the luxury tax? Yes. Expences: 300.000

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: -2
Outlaws: -1
Issue a decree that in case of a shortage of bread, the commoners should switch to eating cake for sustenance? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -3
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Build a new theater at the expense of the commoners? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
Permit the nobility to confiscate the lands of the monasteries in exchange for the debt? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Command the commoners to clean the garbage off the city streets? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Build a new theater at the expense of the corsairs? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: +1
Run water lines to the city theaters? Yes. Expences: 200.000

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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The merchant fleet of the manufacturers requires investment. Permit the imposition of an additional tax on the population? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Forbid the royal jester from pulling the beards of the noblemen? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -2
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Permit the marquises to knight the bandits for a fee? Yes

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: -1
Army: -2
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
The lords are requesting permission to confess in absentia. Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
The country is having a bad harvest. Confiscate the provisions in the villages to feed the Marquises? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -4
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -2
No

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Prohibit the corporal punishment of the disgraced Dukes? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -3
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: 0
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
Command the abbots to say daily prayers for the health of all the marquises? Yes

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -2
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Send 10 students from amongst the nobles' sons to study abroad? Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: -2
Army: -1
Outlaws: 0
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Three naked knights were caught in the bedroom of the baroness. Punish the lascivious manslayers? No need, these are my finest soldiers.

Priesthood: -1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -2
Better to punish the baroness.

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Forbid the culverinists (medieval musketeers) to shoot culverins in the mornings? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: 0
Army: -3
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Command the healers to wash their hands before delivering the children of noble ladies? Yes

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: 0
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
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There are not enough resources for sending out a naval expedition. Gather the silver candlesticks in the monasteries and sell them to send off our seafarers? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: -1
Army: -1
Outlaws: -1
Permit earls to attend theater performances free of charge? Yes

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
No

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: -2
Commoners: +1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: +1
The ladies-in-waiting are requesting a masquerade ball be held. Yes. Expences: 100.000

Priesthood: -2
Nobility: +1
Commoners: -1
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
A miserable time arrived. Line the knight's back plates with simple gunny cloth instead of velvet? Yes

Priesthood: 0
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: 0
Army: -2
Outlaws: +1
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
Commoners:
Thinkers:
Army:
Outlaws:
Command the apprehended bandits to clean the city latrines? Yes

Priesthood: +1
Nobility: +1
Commoners: 0
Thinkers: +1
Army: +1
Outlaws: -3
No

Priesthood:
Nobility:
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This guide will only grow as I keep playing. Check back later for more questions and answers to make your rule as benevolent (and as easy) as possible.

Published Nov. 30th 2016

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