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   - Joust: Only knights may joust at tournaments,​ which can be a source of great fame and wealth.  ​   - Joust: Only knights may joust at tournaments,​ which can be a source of great fame and wealth.  ​
  
-Obligations of Knighthood+**Obligations of Knighthood**
   - Service: If a Duke, Prince or the King issues the “Call to Arms” all knights within the lands in question are required to muster at the army’s gathering place. ​ Knights of the Household and Knights-Vassal may be required to fight for free as part of their service, but Knights-Errant would have to be paid.   - Service: If a Duke, Prince or the King issues the “Call to Arms” all knights within the lands in question are required to muster at the army’s gathering place. ​ Knights of the Household and Knights-Vassal may be required to fight for free as part of their service, but Knights-Errant would have to be paid.
   - Loyalty: A knight cannot serve against the Realm or will be forever marked as a traitor and stripped of his knighthood—and likely tried and executed.   - Loyalty: A knight cannot serve against the Realm or will be forever marked as a traitor and stripped of his knighthood—and likely tried and executed.
knights_and_knighthood.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/28 08:32 by dave