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Awards and decorations of Optima

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The Prince of Optima, currently Jeremy Oakes, may award various awards, decorations, and feudal-style ranks.

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Feudal-style ranks

All terms used for these ranks are treated as gender-neutral. They are listed in order from highest to lowest.

Duke

  • Graymond "Gray" Howe the Cat was made Duke of Prima in late 2008.

Marquis

  • Aldrich Lucas was made Marquis of Trampo-upon-Jambo, an area spanning all of Dayneville except for the city of Dayneville, on January 10 2011.
  • Gordon Freeman was made Marquis of Arson-upon-Sturt, a park near the Sturt Creek in the Northern Territories (near Prima), on January 10 2011.
  • Joseph Puglisi was made Marquis of Gilville-upon-Sturt, a park near the Sturt Creek in the Northern Territories (near Prima), on June 9 2011.
  • Anthony Fowler was made Marquis of March-upon-Forbes, an area of Dayneville, on June 9 2011.

Earl

  • Joshua Earle was made Earl of Earle, part of Sherlock, in early [2009]].

Count

Nobody has been made a count in Optima.

Viscount

Nobody has been made a viscount in Optima.

Baron or lord

Baron is equivalent in rank to lord. On 15 July 2011:

Baronet

Nobody has been made a baronet in Optima.

Knighthoods

Knight Bachelor Ordinary

Knight Bachelors Ordinary of Optima may place "Sir" before their name and use the postnominal letters "NOOO". "Knight" is abbreviated to "N" as in the practice of algebraic chess notation.

Recipients

  • Declan Roden, a citizen of Optima, for "outstanding nerditude" (December 4, 2010)

Order of Optima

Members of the Order of Optima may place "Sir" before their name and use the postnominal letters "MOO".

Recipients