The Dundorfian Reich had dozens of nobles and even more "noble" families living throughout its vast territory, many of the noble families live on to this day.

Dundorfian noble titles
Title (English) Title (Dundorfian)
Emperor Kaiser
Crown Prince* Kronprinz
King König
Prince Fürst
Grand Duke or Duchess Großherzog or Großherzogin
Duke or Duchess Herzog or Herzogin
Count or Countess / Margrave or Margravine Graf or Gräfin / Markgraf or Markgräfin
Baron or Baroness** Freiherr or Freifrau

* = The title of Crown Prince begun being awarded in the late era of the Dundorfian Reich when the elective monarchy was swept away.
** = The title of Baron/Baroness and Count/Countess was awarded to citizens who had contributed to the preservation or success of the State, thus most of the awards yielded no land but are considered hereditary. The title of Prince/Princess was often awarded similarly as Baron/Baroness and Count/Countess but for much larger accomplishments.

Emperor of the Dundorfian ReichEdit


Title and land Notes
King of Dorvik The Kingdom of Dorvik was one of the main components to the Dundorfian Reich and provided a large contingent of military troops to the Dundorfian Reich throughout all periods. The Kingdom of Dorvik was ruled by the House of von Faust-Essen.
King of Kruthia The Kingdom of Kruthia as located in the north eastern portion of modern Kiralwa and was home to a Dundorfianized Kerisian nobility who supported the Kaiser but at times was fiercely independent and valued its autonomy.
King of Merkanland-Nuchtmark The Kingdom of Merkanland-Nuchtmark made up the rest of Kirlawa and was considered to be one of the poorest noble holdings in the entire land, a huge reason as to why the Kiralwans tended to support more Liberal and Socialist ideals, they were misfortunate to have poor land quality and the agriculture suffered as a result.

Grand DukesEdit

Title and land Notes
Grand Duke of Layern (Largonia)
Grand Duke of Miktar
Grand Duke of Kronstein (Chontaloia)
Grand Duke of Schleskau The Grand Duchy of Schleskau was the home to the House of Hohenstauffen family and a bastion of support for the Imperial family, the Grand Duke's title was always held by the Dundorfian Kasier.
Grand Duke of Dunberg The Grand Duchy of Dunberg is held by the Dundorfian Kaiser as a courtesy title.
Grand Duke of Rabstein
Grand Duke of Unterschloss
Grand Duke of Volzen (Zackerland/Grozvic)
Grand Duke of Lievenia The Grand Duchy of Lievenia was ruled by the House zu Völksau, a prominent Lorman family with many ties to the Kingdom of Kruthia, which was ruled by a cadet branch of the zu Völksau family.
Grand Duke of Henbern Created in 3966 after the death of the final family member of the Wolfszell, awarded to House of Bismark.


Title and land Notes
Duke of Auten
Duke of Vohrau Held by the King of Dorvik and the House of Faust-Essen.
Duke of Frostenwald Held by the House of Frostenwald
Duke of Henbern (Bismark) Held by the House of Bismark
Duke of Oberhernbern Held by the House of Wolfszell, final member of the Wolfszell family passed in early 3966. Dorvish Secret Council (Dorvik) created Grand Duke Henbern and awarded to House of Bismark.
Duke of Greater Kordusia Held by the House of Auspitz-Topol
Duke of Westerland Held by the House of Spiess-Rühle
Duke of Sudwesterland Held by the House of Aschenbach-Thiel (Cadet branch of the House of Aschenbach)
Duke of Asnacht Held by the House of Asnacht
Duke of Mahrens
Duke of Lubecks
Duke of Hersau Held by the House of der Bars
Duke of Zwingenraschen Held by the House of Salza
Duke of Reiftatten Held by the House of Raspes
Duke of Freiburg Held by the House of Blankenburg
Duke of Harforde Held by the House of Klings
Duke of Waldheim Held by the House of Guderian
Duke of Mertbacher Held by the House of Mertbacher
Duke of Hohenstaufen Held by the House of Hohenstaufen
Duke der Grüfentein
(later van der Grootfontein)
Duke of Burchardinger AD 1047, Prinz von Julstoch (1051)
Duke of Klings AD 1047, Prinz von Julstoch (1278)
Duke of Schwarzburg Held by the House of Wädenssteig-Schwarzburg-Stralbrück
Duke of Ostvolzen (Zackerland/Grozvic)-Rheinbach (Julstoch)
Duke of Salzbruck Held by the House of Aschenbach
Duke of Alsraschen Held by the House of Vandermark


  • von Bozarburg (Rutania, Princes of Bozarland)

Free citiesEdit

Barons, Counts and MargravesEdit

The title of Margrave (Dundorfian: Markgraft) was granted to nobles whose holdings were located on the border of the Reich and were often bordered by the enemies of the Reich itself. The title of Count (Dundorfian: Graf) was an intermediate rank ranking below Dukes. Baron (Dundorfian: Freiherr) was granted as a means of a reward by the Dundorfian Kasier, it was traditionally given without land but several were granted land throughout the the history of the title.

Title and land Notes
Margrave of Ostmark
Markgrafschaft Ostmark
Dorvish Margrave charged with defense of the eastern portion of the Kirlawan and Alorian border. The prestigious von Färber family, which has committed many members to the Dorvish military control the Margraviate.
Margrave of Grenzmark
Markgrafschaft Grenzmark
Dorvish Margrave charged with defense of the western portion of the Alorian and Kirlawan border.
Baron of Luckelstein
Baronie Luckelstein
The von Weinsedorf family were wealthy merchants who controlled a city which was the first major trading center past the Dorvish border with both Aloria and Kirlawa. They were awarded the title of Baron for their economic efforts in the Kingdom of Dorvik.
Baron of Desidier
Baronie Desidier
The von Desidier family were wealthy merchants who helped fund several industries in Dorvik and throughout the Dundorfian Empire, they were granted the title of Baron by the Dundorfian Emperor.
Count of Citadel
Grafschaft Zitadelle
The von Zitadelle family, a prominent military family and home to one of the largest armories of the Dorvish military.
Baron of Aeschelman
Baronie Aeschelman
The title of Baron of Aeschelman was awarded to Florian Aeschelman, a Dorvish military commander who fought against Dorvish socialist forces after the collapse of the Dundorfian Empire in the late 20th century.
Graf von Mises
Graf zu Berg
Graf von Wittelsbach AD 908, Großherzog von Zackerland, Position also holds the Großherzogtum von Zackerland.
Graf von Rommel AD 950, Military Commanders
Graf von Duisberg AD 1178
Graf von Dungrau AD 912 (Extinct)
Graf von und zu Gießen
Graf von Tropau
Graf von Beuteldahl (Duntrekker)
Graf von Bibra
Graf von Kleist
Graf von Bock
Graf von Weif
Freiherr van de Amstel
Freiherr von Aachen
Freiherr von Ezzonen
Freiherr von Chonstaat-am-Bingen
Freiherr von Zacker
Freiherr von Kreimer
Freiherr von Preminger
Freiherr von (van) Tassel
Freiherr von Stößner
Freiherr von Rechter
Freiherr von Büren
Freiherr von und zu Czimnetz
Freiherr van Blaricom
Freiherr von der Adler Position granted to commander of knights defending the Archbishop of Oderfeld.
Freiherr von Kassel
Freiherr von Bergengruber