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=Speculation=
 
=Speculation=
A Regent is an appointed [[Ruler]] or administrator of a [[side]] or a [[city]].
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==Regent Warlord==
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Although any [[Warlord]] can manage a [[city]], there seems to be a position of Regent Warlord (whether this is somehow different than a standard combat-oriented warlord or just a way of referring to a warlord who has been permanently [[garrison]]ed to a particular city is not clear).
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Its possible that the term "Regent" is nothing more than a descriptive title rather than an actual rank or game designation, much like [[Snipe]], [[Lady]] and [[Tribe]] affiliation. But an example of the title is seen in Regent Warlord [[Al Frappacino]]. [[First Intermission 13]]
  
 
==Royal Regent==
 
==Royal Regent==
 
A Royal Regent is a non-[[Heir]], even non-Royal [[Commander]] who is named [[Ruler]] of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be [[pop]]ped.
 
A Royal Regent is a non-[[Heir]], even non-Royal [[Commander]] who is named [[Ruler]] of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be [[pop]]ped.
 
==Regent Warlord==
 
A Regent [[Warlord]] is a warlord who rather than being a military commander, has special administrative bonuses when managing a city.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:59, 20 February 2013

Cities 101
Capital Cities, Port Cities, City Zones, Building, City manager, Claiming a City, Cities of Erfworld


Speculation

Regent Warlord

Although any Warlord can manage a city, there seems to be a position of Regent Warlord (whether this is somehow different than a standard combat-oriented warlord or just a way of referring to a warlord who has been permanently garrisoned to a particular city is not clear). Its possible that the term "Regent" is nothing more than a descriptive title rather than an actual rank or game designation, much like Snipe, Lady and Tribe affiliation. But an example of the title is seen in Regent Warlord Al Frappacino. First Intermission 13

Royal Regent

A Royal Regent is a non-Heir, even non-Royal Commander who is named Ruler of a side on a conditional or temporary basis, until a suitable Royal Heir can be popped.