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A barony is a large branch within and subject to the administration of a Kingdom, or Principality if there is one. They administer the branches within their borders, and have a Baron and Baroness, the ceremonial representatives appointed by The Crown. Baronies have their own baronial level awards.

Advancement to barony can only occur if the following are in place:

  • 25 subscribing members
  • Set of officers acceptable to The Crown (and The Corronet, if applicable)
  • A name and registered device
  • Concensus favouring advancement by the population of the proposed barony, and The Crown.
  • A baron and baroness must be selected at the time of application.
  • A strong record of activity in a variety of fields of endeavour.

Refer to Corpora at for more information