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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Due to Gratuitous Princess, and other such tropes, there is a belief that being royalty means doing almost nothing else but, well, being royalty. Aside from all the pomp, ceremony, galas, balls, intrigue, and the occasional dealing with actual governing of the country, royalty just doesn't do anything else with their time. This has some Truth in Television, such as the court at Versailles or the Forbidden City in China, but not uniformly so.
Just as often as not, royalty would actually do something worthwhile with their time. For centuries from prehistoric Mesopotamia through to the Middle Ages, kings were expected to be strong warriors, defend their holdings, and inspire the people around them. In fact, "strong man who can lead the other men of the village in fighting off enemies" was probably the original meaning of kingship. Three examples are Alexander the Great, Charlemagne, and Genghis Khan, kings who gained and kept their power through their skill as generals and warriors and, in the case of the latter two, administrators. note Sadly, there are many royals who conspired against their people in their free time. This in turn gave them greater power, so an incentive to carry that out, as well. Many of the nouveau riche, for instance, were generals and warriors who started wearing crowns and intermarrying, while taking out their competition.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })This convention also led to the establishment of the feudal system. It was actually a deal between the king, nobles, and serfs. The serfs would work on the land owned by their lords, and the lords would train to be warriors (aka, knights), who would defend the kingdom against invaders, like the Vikings. note It was only after the protection part was dropped by the lords that serfdom became no different from slavery. And we know how well that turned out.
Either way, being royalty does not necessarily mean a life of leisure or boredom. And fiction occasionally nods to this.
Note that this trope means that the person is still acting as royalty, just doing other things. So a Rebellious Princess does not count, since she is running away from that kind of life. King Incognito may count, if the king is attempting to learn things to influence how he reigns; to do it for fun, even if it proves educational, does not count.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })It should also be noted that much of the "activities" done by royalty (charity events, sport, arts, etc.) are enabled by their being part of the idle rich, instead of having to work for a living. Also, especially in the case of charity events and good causes, this is often a calculated public relations maneuver, which is not to say that it makes the activities any less of a good impact, there are simply multiple reasons for said activities.
The French have a phrase for this: noblesse oblige (lit. "nobility obligates"). It means that the nobility should fulfill the responsibilities of their position, and is a redirect for this page. For the fanfic with the same title, see here.
Especially prone to What's Up, King Dude?. See also In Its Hour of Need.
A Super-Trope to Warrior Prince, Pretty Princess Powerhouse, Politically Active Princess. Modern analogues might include the Frontline General and certain types of Action Politician.
Compare Modest Royalty, Authority Equals Asskicking, Non-Idle Rich, Rich Kid Turned Social Activist.
Contrast Idle Rich, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, Authority in Name Only, Orcus on His Throne, Adipose Rex.
This trope is very much Truth in Television, so any Real Life examples are redundant.
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In Aquaman (2018), the rulers of all four civilized underwater kingdoms (King Orm of Atlantis, King Nereus of Xebel, the Princess of the Fishermen, and the King of the Brine) personally lead their forces into battle. It's heavily implied by Orm that his his father Orvax was also like that. Even Arthur himself is the son of an Atlantean queen and spends his days helping others (although he wants nothing to do with Atlantis). Mera is the daughter of King Nereus and spends most of the movie helping Arthur and fighting; she's also an excellent pilot. Even Queen Atlanna is shown to be a competent fighter.
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Loki in Child of the Storm, which is set roughly two years after the Avengers, is a Reformed, but Not Tamed and spymaster and is explicitly directed by Odin to make use of his talents in the defence of Asgard as The Man Behind the Man. This is largely because the qualities that make Thor a future great King make him a terrible statesman. While Loki would not be a great King, he is a brilliant statesman.
Thor's heroics also fall under this category, leading in battle from the front.
Odin and Frigga tend to be busy with administrative stuff and, in Frigga's case, teaching magical medicine. Though when they do step in, it is usually spectacular, with Odin going toe to toe with Chthon.
Harry himself tends to get stuck in when it comes to fighting evil, much to his family's mingled pride and despair.
King Arthur was this, back in the day.
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Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Sleeping Beauty all actively fight in Avengers Grimm and the opening of the movie implies that this is standard in their wars.
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Princess Bubblegum from Adventure Time works actively to help her kingdom and occasionally get Finn and Jake out of trouble. Finn also tried to do this after being Offered the Crown of the goblin kingdom, but they really didn't want an active monarch.
The Earl of Lemongrab is a negative example of this trope. His short but disastrous reign of the Candy Kingdom shows just how dangerous it is to have somebody inexperienced (or just plain ignorant) in power. All he wanted was an orderly, quiet, clean kingdom, but he went about it in a way that was completely BEYOND wrong. (He imprisoned everybody for one million years!)
The Ice King, if you sort of stretch it. He doesn't really have any subjects other than penguins, but in the pitch documents it's said that he was the one who shaped all of the mountains, and built his own ice castle. He spends a lot of time making fantastical ice creatures and changing the weather. How does that really benefit anyone, if he doesn't rule over anyone? It doesn't- but it's still awesome. The Ice Kingdom seems to be doing well for what it is.
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In Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey, members of the Calaton royal family sacrifice their lives by merging their psychic energies together to form the Radiant, an energy being created to put down the rampaging creature later known as Doomsday. They do this twice in the story, although the second time it does not work, as Doomsday is now immune to the energy attack of the Radiant that once killed him before.
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Queen Hippolyta of Themyscira isn't above getting her hands dirty (and, in one bit of comics continuity, was Wonder Woman during World War II). Her daughters, Diana and Donna, are more than happy to follow in their mother's footsteps, Diana as the current Wonder Woman and Donna as the first Wonder Girl (now Troia). Donna's close friend (and fellow Titan) Starfire is also a princess, though whether or not she counts as "acting" monarchy is debatable since she's in willing exile.
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The Bridge: Most of the royals or royal equivalents fit the bill. Princesses Celestia, Luna, and Cadance all run numerous affairs across Equestria and the Crystal Empire as well as manage the investigation of possible unknown kaiju roaming about; while also being more than willing to step into the fray themselves should a battle endanger their citizens. Godzilla Junior's title of 'King of the Monsters' might be more symbolic, but he has been leading the Defender faction for over a decade and has constantly been in the action for most of his life protecting humanity and then Equestria in the royal guard.
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Samurai Jack:
Jack himself is a prince, technically, but has lived in exile most of his life, due to Aku having destroyed his father's kingdom; he's devoted his life to defeating Aku and undoing the hellish future he's turned the world into.
His father was no slouch either; as seen in "Birth of Evil", he kicked Aku's ass good, and this guy was Emperor of Japan.
And there's Aku, the Shape-Shifting Master of Darkness who rules his future with an iron fist, and is seen demanding tribute from newly conquered peoples, usually in the form of regular commissions of new Aku-shaped structures, to remind all who runs things around here. Most metropolitan regions in the series feature Aku horns in the skyline.
Minor example in the episode "Jack and the Spartans", the Spartan King is not only king, but leads the Spartan army against the invading robot horde. His son would lead the Spartans directly against Aku during the Grand Finale.
In the Villain Episode "The Princess and the Bounty Hunters", there is Princess Mira, not just a princess but a Dark Action Girl and bounty hunter.
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Black Panther is primarily a king and does superheroics as a sideline, as did his ancestors.
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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: Despite everyone else's skepticism, Brea's willing to fight against the Skeksis when she realizes the horrible things they've done to the Gelflings.
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Hercules is the son of Zeus and Hera, the king and queen of the gods, and therefore a prince. He spends all of his time whupping every monster that terrorizes Greece.
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The Saillune royal family in Slayers, natch. Princess Amelia is a White Mage/Shamanistic Mage who is very willing to take on the Walking the Earth lifestyle in order to help others, which she does several times, namely sending out for medical aid for the impoverished kingdom of Taforashia in the anime. It's also been shown that she is a decent diplomat (or at least tries to be). Prince Phillionel also believes in going out in order to fight crime, and is a prime example of the Charles Atlas Superpower trope. It's implied that Amelia's Missing Mom was also a sorceress.
Subverted with Princess Gracia, otherwise known as Naga the Serpent and Amelia's missing older sister. She takes on traveling in austere settings and will help others, but is a sub-par fighter, a Hard-Drinking Party Girl, haughty, and expects fame and dotes on herself without doing much work (just watch the movies; Lina's the one who gets all the recognition for a reason).
Pokota/Prince Posel of Taforashia, an anime-exclusive character, is also this: a powerful practitioner of Black Magic and all too willing to save his disease-stricken kingdom.
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The whole idea behind the cancelled show Kings. Even though King Silas' rule is marred by corporate politics and the whim of the general crowd, he still has almost-absolute power.
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Disney examples:
The Little Mermaid (1989): Prince Eric is a competent sailor. Ariel fights Ursula when the sea witch turns her dad into a sea plant and, prior to that, risks drowning to swim to a ship and prevent Ursula from marrying an enchanted Eric. Their daughter Melody takes on Ursula's sister in the sequel.
From Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Kida is quite the warrior.
Sleeping Beauty: Prince Philip kills a sorceress-turned-dragon to save the kingdom and his beloved.
The prince of Cinderella. In the third film, he dives out a window, races at top speed on his horse, jumps onto the sail of a moving ship, slides down on his sword, and blocks a magic spell with that same sword, all for the sake of Cinderella. She herself jumps from a runaway carriage onto a horse and rides back to the palace just so her stepmother won't steal her happiness and deceive the prince.
Original plans for Snow White's prince included him escaping from a water-filled dungeon after refusing to marry the Queen. Although none of this ever actually made it into the film, it is implied that he spends the entire movie searching for Snow White while the plot is going on.
Beauty and the Beast: The Beast qualifies, as he does rather effectively govern a large household and lands. He also fights wolves in the snow and (eventually) helps to fend off an invasion of his castle. Oh, yeah, and he's actually a prince.
Pocahontas, with pretty much only John Smith's help, defuses the Native American/European tension.
The Princess and the Frog: For a prince, Naveen sure does adapt quickly to life as a frog. Then, at the end of the movie, both Tiana and Naveen play this straight, with Tiana running the restaurant of her dreams and Naveen alternating between waiting tables and performing live music.
Frozen shows this trope off very well:
Anna personally goes hunting for her missing sister Elsa, rather than commission soldiers to take on the task; Prince Hans, meanwhile, runs the kingdom for her in her absence. Of course, Hans is a villainous example of the trope, but Anna doesn't know that when she leaves him in charge, and from what we're shown he appears to be quite good at the job.
Elsa herself qualifies, as the Duke of Weselton's concerns with securing his trade interests in her kingdom make this one of the only Disney Princess movies (the other being Brave) where political diplomacy and international affairs are an explicit concern. However, to be honest, it's only the Duke who's concerned with it at all, but Anna and Elsa have more personal problems keeping their attention. At the end of the movie, Elsa cuts off the trade agreement between Arendelle and Weselton after the Duke tries to have her killed.
Early in the film, the sisters' royal parents are shown dealing with a family crisis (Anna's injury and Elsa's "curse"), re-organizing their lives to cope with and conceal Elsa's situation.
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In the movie adaptation of The Hobbit, Thorin Oakenshield, the King Under the Mountain, is trying to take back his home with the help of twelve other dwarves, a Wizard, and a Hobbit. Fíli and Kíli count as well, as they are Thorin's nephews and heirs. Hell, most of the company is somehow related to Thorin. Thorin is indeed a royal who does something, though for most of the story (and indeed most of his life) he hasn't had the opportunity to be a royal who does nothing, since his kingdom is under the control of an occupying power. He's only "King Under the Mountain" in the same way that, say, Charles de Gaulle was President of France in 1943.
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Doctor Doom is a villainous example. He is the monarch of Latveria (most of the time) and there can be little doubt that he's spent most of his reign being a thorn in the side of the Fantastic Four (and pretty much every other hero in the Marvel Universe).
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In Winx Club we have Stella, the princess of Solaria, and Layla, the princess of Andros, both are powerful fairies in their own right. Bloom as well once realizing she's the lost princess of Domino. Roxy in season 4 once finding out that Queen Morgana is her long lost mother. Sky is the prince of Eraklyon, but is also a fighter. Shown prominently when he's armed with the Sword of Domino.
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In Princess Natasha, the royal family of Zoravia undertakes secret missions to keep the country safe.
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The Sleeping Beauty portion of Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams has Aurora in charge of the kingdom while her parents are away. She is soon overwhelmed by the difficulty of everything. The Aladdin portion also shows that Jasmine has a lot of tasks to do each day.
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Dracula Untold:
Vlad III, who is the Prince of Transylvania, gives up his humanity to gain the power to destroy the Ottomans and protect his family.
Mehmet II as well, who marches with his army and is one of the better fighters among the Ottomans.
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One of the classes in the Cool Kids Table game Here We Gooooo! is Princess, so this is built into the system. The campaign itself has Princess Crania and Prince Dario Mario (who is technically a Plumber class, but still royalty because of his parents) helping save the Soda Pop Kingdom.
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X-Wing Rogue Squadron: Plourr Ilo, it turns out, is crown princess of Eiattu. Upon becoming empress, she only does the "pomp and ceremony" as strictly required, striving to improve her planet.
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On Dave the Barbarian, the King and Queen of Udrogoth are currently off trying to defeat all evil in the entire world. (It's taking a while.) They've left their older daughter Candy in charge of running the kingdom and their oldest son Dave in charge of defending it, both with the help of their younger daughter Fang and Uncle Odwidge.
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A Diplomatic Visit:
A big part of the story is that Twilight's learning more about her duties and being given a chance to practice them (as opposed to the original cartoon's season 4, where she spent most of her time doing comparatively little with her authority as a princess), including about Equestria's diplomatic ties with other nations. Also unlike canon, she's actually being told about some of what she'll be doing in the future, once she's had proper training (such as in legal matters).
By the climax, Twilight has taken this to the logical conclusion of continuing her diplomatic visit and traveling the world, acting as a Diplomat at Large for her people.
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Chaos Fighters has its own share of royal protagonists: Clair and Shefan, a princess and a prince in different countries in Route of Land along with Selia, a queen and Clair's mother in a side story Robbery Assault. They are all as capable of fighting as other characters.
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Speaking of My Little Pony, Rosedust, the queen of the Flutter Ponies from the movie and the original cartoon, was the one to lead the charge when the Flutter Ponies took action. And she is not someone you'd want to mess with. The six princesses of Ponyland also went on a "save the world" quest. In the UK Comics, Majesty (the Queen of Ponyland, who never showed up in the cartoon) was very proactive on the "kicking evil's behind" thing. And her abilities could give Twilight Sparkle a run for her money.
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Every single Kage in every country in the world of Naruto. Prime examples are the fourth Hokage of the main character's village, who died protecting his village, and the fifth Hokage in the same village, who almost killed herself healing injured villagers on a large scale during a massive assault. The factors of being a village leader are wisdom, experience, and a desire to protect, complemented with the ability to kick ass.
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Luckily for Eternia, the 2002 version of King Randor successfully redeems his family. In addition to his diplomatic prowess, he is a highly capable swordfighter and former captain of the royal guard.
Randor and Marlena were pretty badass in the original series, only they didn't get to show it off as much. Randor once went to town on a room full of Killer Robots to aid in his own rescue from Snake Mountain; He-Man was impressed and assured him that "Adam" would have been, too. Marlena was an astronaut and Ace Pilot in her backstory and once saved her family and friends by owning Skeletor and his forces in an aerial battle.
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The Martian Queen in Duck Dodgers isn't a combatant, but man can she sing.
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Akira Takizawa in Eden of the East spends the last of his money as a Seleção to make himself the King of Japan, in order to try and "fix" the country and finish his work as a Savior. He ends up undoing this at the end of the movies, realizing that it's up to the people as a whole to fix their country, not any one man. He instead uses the last of his influence to give them a push in the right direction.
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Ling Yao and May Chang from Fullmetal Alchemist, the 12th Prince and 17th Princess of Xing respectively. Due to the Succession Crisis occurring in their country, their roles in the story are triggered by their active search for a means to gain favor in inheriting the throne. Both are highly skilled in martial arts, and May is also capable of using the alternate form of Alchemy called Alkahestry. Also, throughout the story Ling would frequently tout his belief that kings exist to serve their people. Which he intends to uphold, considering that once he secures his place as successor the first thing he promises to do as Emperor is quell the warring between the clans of his country.
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Lampshaded in The King's Speech when George VI complains that he has no power as a 20th Century king, except as an inspiration for the people such as in giving public addresses, which he has no confidence doing with his stammer. However, with Lionel Logue's help, he does that role marvelously. He does mention that he's an officer in the Navy, implying that's what he knows and is most comfortable doing. So he does have a background of doing something.
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Deconstructed in To Play the King, the second series of House of Cards (UK). The King desires to be this, and begins to interfere in the running of government, prompting a rivalry with Francis Urquhart, his ultra-machiavellian Prime Minister, and eventually a constitutional crisis. While Urquhart is opposing the King mainly for his own venal and self-serving ends, however, he does point out that the monarchy taking an active role in politics beyond their constitutional role is frowned on in the Westminster system for a reason, as it compromises and threatens the authority of the people's elected government.
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The setting of RWBY has an example in the unnamed king (heavily implied to have been Ozpin himself) who ruled Vale during the time of the Great War. Personally leading the defending forces during the invasion of Vacuo, the decisive battle of the war, the King was so awe-inspiring in battle that some of Remnant's historians have attributed his actions to freak storms. After Vale emerged triumphant from the war, he refused leadership over Remnant, working instead to broker peace between the Kingdoms and founding the Huntsman Academies.
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In Vikings, Ragnar Lothbrok becomes this once he assumes the position of Earl, continuing to lead his warriors on raids.
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The Princess and the Frog: For a prince, Naveen sure does adapt quickly to life as a frog. Then, at the end of the movie, both Tiana and Naveen play this straight, with Tiana running the restaurant of her dreams and Naveen alternating between waiting tables and performing live music.
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Raoh, the "Fist King" in Fist of the North Star not only rides with his men into battle but is the best fighter around. By contrast, the Big Bad Thouzer/Souther/Thouza rarely fights unless he is forced to do so, instead leaving things to his army of mooks.
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In DC Showcase: Green Arrow (a short that appeared on the Superman / Shazam DVD), when Green Arrow took an arrow in the leg from Merlyn while rescuing 10-year-old Princess Perdita of Vlatava from an assassination plot, the young princess, who had kept her head throughout the ordeal, applied a field bandage to Green Arrow's wound. She also encouraged Black Canary to accept Green Arrow's marriage proposal.
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Sankt Kaiser Olivie of Ancient Belka in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, who, as an Ancient Belkan queen, not only qualifies as a Warrior Prince(ss), but was also the one to unify the remnants of Ancient Belka after they destroyed themselves, and was instrumental in the forming of the Time-Space Administration Bureau.
By technicality, Vivio, as the clone of Olivie, also qualifies, as she serves as a librarian and is receiving training to be a magical girl. She'd rather forget the royalty part and wants to follow in her adopted mother's footsteps.
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Dungeon Keeper Ami has several examples of these. Baron Leopold and Duke Libasheshtan are warrior nobles who lead their troops in battle and are willing to sacrifice themselves for the greater good. King Albrecht and the Emperor of the Shining Concord Empire are always seen working to respond accordingly to the threat of keepers in general. Mostly the rising power of Keeper Mercury. Subverted with Queens Beryl and Metallia, who are only Queens in name, and depend entirely on their underlings to come up with plans and execute them to further their goals.
Then it gets even stronger with Empress Mercury and her sister, Princess Tiger. They lead their troops to battle, prepare and execute plans and further their own goals by themselves. The Empress even takes on an entire city and conquers it by herself.
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Beauty and the Beast: The Beast qualifies, as he does rather effectively govern a large household and lands. He also fights wolves in the snow and (eventually) helps to fend off an invasion of his castle. Oh, yeah, and he's actually a prince.
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In Tenchi Muyo!, the Juraian Royal Family are the baddest mofos around, and additionally are paired off with sentient spaceships capable of generating super weapon fields of invulnerability. They actually have an Imperial Guard whose job is mainly to evacuate the civilians if somebody attacks the royals and they have to fight back.
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Even Marina Ismail of Mobile Suit Gundam 00. She is shown doing everything in her power to improve her people's lot in life. Unfortunately, since she is a figurehead, that power doesn't amount to very much, but she is at least trying. After Azadistan is dissolved and subsequently rebuilt at the end of season 2, she seems to have garnered some measure of actual political power, and is shown aiding her countrymen in The Movie.
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The Galaxy Trio. Gravity Girl is the princess of her home planet, but chooses to explore the galaxy as a superhero and leave the ruling to the rest of her family.
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Attack on Titan: Queen Historia Reiss announces her bid for the throne by finishing off the biggest and the baddest Titan her kingdom has ever seen. And while the Survey Corps did most of the work for her, she might have just as well slain that Titan in single combat, as far as her adoring subjects are concerned. Lampshaded when, after being ordered to stay back, she says that "the people won't bow to a queen in name alone."
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Princess Tutu: Mytho is the prince from a Story Within A Story, and he'll go out of his way to help anyone (although this only tends to cause more work for his friends). Princess Tutu and Princess Kraehe do quite a bit as well, but they don't actually have kingdoms, so their titles are purely symbolic or honorary.
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In Keepers of the Elements, Queen Tiana is the most prominent example of this. She is fluent in a few languages, has been Queen since the age of fifteen and is currently studying Mechanical Engineering at the same time. She also happens to be quite proficient with machines in general and loves riding her flying motorcycle as seen in the scene in which she is introduced.
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During his brief reign as king of the planet Sakaar, The Hulk did a lot of things, from actively achieving peace with a group of Starfish Aliens to personally helping in the reconstruction of his damaged kingdom. After the three days of peace and prosperity ended in a massive explosion, he personally led an army to Earth to do a lot of other things, which amounted to punching a lot of people who deserved it in the face repeatedly.
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In Pippin, Pippin, Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life and aware that his father Charlemagne is preparing for war against the Visigoths, invokes this in pleading with his father to participate in the campaign, even though he wasn't raised to be a soldier like his Dumb Muscle brother Lewis was:
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In The Challenges of Zona two of the three main characters, Zona and Tula are princesses.
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In Purple Days, King Joffrey leads his Raider force from the frontlines, skilled and strong enough to destroy Renly's Rainbow Guard by himself, and intelligent and cunning enough to seize control of the remnants of Renly's army rather than annihilate them. Queen Sansa is heavily involved in King's Landing courts, and at the death of the Hand of the King Eddard Stark at the hands of a shadow demon, takes direct control of all defensive forces in the city, inspiring every single soldier under her command to the point Stannis' numerically superior army is completely destroyed in one night. Sansa herself duels and wins against Stannis.
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The Secret of Twilight Gemini: Lara is the rebel leader of the Geltic gurrellas, who're fighting to reclaim their homeland from the Igo Tribe. Though she doesn't find out about her royal lineage until the night before they depart for their ancestral home, which is when The Elder finally tells her and Lupin.
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Pocahontas, with pretty much only John Smith's help, defuses the Native American/European tension.
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In The Insane Quest of Unfathomable Randomness, Mortal, the Prince of the Blob planet, and Luna, Princess of Haruvia, both are no slouches when it comes to helping the group. Luna's mother defended her home planet from incoming attackers, but was killed by the original Smoosh.
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Homestuck: Feferi Peixes sits at the very top of the blood-caste hemospectrum and is slated to become Empress of Alternia except the planet was destroyed. Given how troll society seems to actually encourage sociopathic jerkass behavior, you'd think she'd be the worst... nope. She's likely the nicest and friendliest of the whole group, and the time she's not spending feeding her lusus so it won't annihilate the troll race, she's caring for animals and preparing a social reform pertaining to actually caring for and helping the weak and infirm (as opposed to killing them off for being weak and infirm). When she takes the throne, Alternia may be in for a very positive change. Except that won't happen now, due to there being no Alternia anymore.
The various Black and White Kings are also very active, to the point where there's an entire planet designed just for them to lead battles on.
The current Troll Empress, Her Imperious Condescension serves as the emissary of her race with a flagship that rides at the tip of her space armada powered by an incredibly powerful psyker, flying to new races first and making a good impression. That is, before she leaves and lets the rest of her fleet conquer said race.
And, strictly speaking, every player of Sburb is either a Prince or Princess of Derse or Prospitnote seeing as how the Prince(ss) isn't a chess piece, to say nothing of the players whose titles are "Prince of (Aspect)", namely (Dirk Strider and the late Eridan Ampora.)
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Azalyn, the Empress of the Raaglon Empire in Irresponsible Captain Tylor, rules from the throne room of the Melva, the biggest, baddest ship in the Raaglon fleet. She's even involved in some of the strategic decision-making, and the Melva (though normally kept behind the lines) sees some main battle action.
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Power Rangers Dino Charge gives us a heroic example, with Prince Philip III of Zandar, who becomes the Graphite Dino Charge Ranger. He is a little hamstrung on how often he gets to fight due a combination of stock footagenote His Sentai counterpart, though not royalty, was only a recurring ally and actually being a prince, so he can't be in Amber Beach all the time and has to attend to his homeland duties, but he does show up as much as he can to aid his friends, especially during the big battles. Otherwise, he lends control of his Zord to the core team when he's unavailable.
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Baron Beltorey in The Tainted Grimoire. For example, when an underground sport was causing harm to civilians, he took measures to minimize the harm and in the process, also turned it into a legitimate sporting event.
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Since taking lordship from his uncle, The Order of the Stick's Hinjo has been a decidedly hands-on monarch, even personally battling hobgoblins on the walls of the city and charging their clerical leader, Redcloak. Also said uncle, who took advantage of being old and not being a Paladin to be able to fool everyone in thinking he was easy to manipulate and that he was being manipulated by someone else when he did something they didn't like, thus being able to govern properly. He then took advantage of it by bringing the Order to do a job he wasn't legally allowed to do, for the good of his nation. Making a Kangaroo Court with a fake holy warrior as a judge. Keep in mind, he did this to fool not only people who wouldn't hesitate to kill him for their own desires, but a full army of paladins. And the only other person he could count on was a ghost that he couldn't allow to get out of his room, so no help from him. That Magnificent Bastard had serious balls, no wonder Belkar of all people respected him.
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In one episode of the animated adaptation of Babar, Babar and Rataxes switch roles and rule each other's kingdoms for a day. When he arrives at Babar's palace, Rataxes is aghast to find that Babar spends most of his time actually governing Celesteville.
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Pretty much every royal in Yona of the Dawn. Su-won may have achieved the throne in a less-than-honorable way, but he is an intelligent, capable emperor, uniting the five tribes and settling disputes with neighboring countries with a mix of diplomacy and military force.
Yona herself develops into a strong, caring princess who tries to alleviate the suffering of the people she meets on her journey.
Princesses Kouren and Tao as well as the Water Tribe general's daughter Lili also do their best to lead and protect their people.
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The Birthright setting focused around the players as important figures - including royalty - who had magical powers granted to their bloodlines when the ancient gods died long ago.
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Probably how Charles sees his refusal to sign a bill into law in King Charles III. He argues to both Prime Minister Evans and Prince William that his duty as a monarch isn't merely symbolic, and that in practice his approval of a bill must be genuine or else it has no meaning.
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The Scarlet Empress of Exalted is the only person who can control the superweapon that ended the Fair Folk invasion, and has built the Realm's government so that it can't work without her. She's far from the only example- most notably, any number of PCs, as "Become God-King of [Insert City Here]" is a pretty standard Motivation for a Solar.
There's also any number of gods (the Syndics of Whitewall come to mind, as do the trio of gods ruling Great Forks) and the Solar Exalted themselves as the Princes of the Earth. Hell, even the Infernals count, being the Green Sun Princes.
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Black Clover has the Silva Family, a family that composes the Silver Eagles knights, some of the strongest mage knights in the Clover Kingdom, they are though, very elitist and jerks. This can be expanded to most royals, as nobles tend to have higher magical power and a lot of them decide to become mage knights.
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∀ Gundam: Dianna Soriel, Queen of the Moon. She personally leads the Moonrace returning to Earth, and is shown to be very involved in her society's administration. She's extremely active throughout the story, often present on the front lines of battle, even helping out at a war hospital at one point (she was incognito at the time). In fact, one of the main reasons the other noble houses of the Moon agreed with her going to Earth was to get her out of the way so they could rule more directly.
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In Maleficent, King Henry leads his army against the Moors personally.
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Shakti Kareen, Princess of Zanscare, of Victory Gundam, who spends the story aiding the resistance and generally trying to overthrow the corrupt and malevolent government of Zanscare.
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300: King Leonidas of Sparta leads his troops on a suicide mission to protect their home from pillage and slavery. It's Truth in Television. In real life they had two kings just so they could do this and have a backup.
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In Things We Don't Tell Humans, Optimus Prime, Elita-One, Megatron, and Nightbird become very popular among the people for this. They're involved with charities and resources for addicts and the poor, and support the arts and sciences.
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On The Tudors we have Henry VIII, Katherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, and Catherine Parr excelling in different fields and tasks. All the king's legitimate children are wonders of learning as well.
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The Prince of Orange is the closest the Netherlands has to Royalty in Michiel de Ruyter. Despite being known for liking ballet and being very young, he ably takes over command of the Republic's land defences during the Disaster Year of 1672 and helps protect the country from the enormous French invasion army.
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Prince Derek from The Swan Princess is the first to discover that King William's carriage has been ambushed, and Princess Odette captured. Derek practices his archery, including a Dangerous Forbidden Technique called "catch-and-fire," and manages to trace Princess Odette to the Evil Sorceror's clutches. Derek ultimately defeats The Villain and rescues Odette.
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Avatar: The Last Airbender:
In Avatar: The Last Airbender, royalty tends to be this more often than not, especially since the war with the Fire Nation made being an idle royal a bad idea. Even the demure Princess Yue joins with the Moon spirit to save it. About the only royal who truly didn't fit this was the Earth Kingdom king, who was kept in the dark due to an Evil Chancellor.
King Bumi is an excellent example of “royals who actually do something”. He’s a 112-year-old King who is one of the most powerful Earthbenders. Despite his age, he reclaims the city of Omashu from Fire Nation rule singlehandedly during the solar eclipse. He also joins the final battle to help reclaim Ba Sing Se.
The Legend of Korra: General Iroh, Zuko's grandson and the current Fire Lord's (Zuko's daughter) son. Also, he doesn't serve in the Fire Nation's army, but in the United Forces army with members from all the nations.
Zuko himself is traveling the world during this time as an ambassador for peace. He's in his eighties and it's not slowing him down at all.
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Most Dungeons & Dragons settings have Authority Equals Asskicking and/or Asskicking Equals Authority as a matter of fact. But even if the land is not under constant attacks or a hereditary magocracy, expect high-ups to keep their hands (or other appendages) very busy with large-scale juggling. Which applies to ruling monarchs and other Blue Blood alike.
Forgotten Realms has a lot of it. For an example when it's not a plain necessity, Tethyrian lesser royals are accorded duties in whatever branch of power their talents and inclinations allow. Heirs were traditionally well taught to rule, and expected to pick up some of these when coming of age, including specifically the post of Crown Ecclesiastic; which means having to command as an united force religious knightly orders that theoretically are loyal to the crown and belong to the allied churches, but practically have at best different priorities and at worst cross-purposes — from 15 years old and until the heir claims the crown. House Tethyr had absolute power for over 350 years, was deposed after one greedy and complacent king and some infighting, and still got their triumphant restoration later.
The Aristocrat NPC class, which typically represents kings and nobility, seems designed for this. They're automatically given decent weapon and armor proficiencies, an average BAB, a good list of skills and skill points, and the highest starting gold in the game. They're not supremely dangerous, but a first-level aristocrat can definitely hold his own (though, being an NPC class, he quickly falls off afterward).
The Birthright setting focused around the players as important figures - including royalty - who had magical powers granted to their bloodlines when the ancient gods died long ago.
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In The Masks We Wear, Zuko commands the defense of the Fire Nation Capital against the invasion during the eclipse, making the invaders pay a heavy toll in blood prior to the eclipse, and all but stopping their advance during the eclipse; when Azula launches a counterattack after the eclipse with the Fire Nation Air Fleet, she is impressed by Zuko's achievements.
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Original plans for Snow White's prince included him escaping from a water-filled dungeon after refusing to marry the Queen. Although none of this ever actually made it into the film, it is implied that he spends the entire movie searching for Snow White while the plot is going on.
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In Fushigi Yuugi, the emperor Hotohori accompanies Miaka on her quest to find the other Suzaku warriors, and is handy in combat against zombies, bandits, and the occasional possessed comrade. He is also the person who convinces Miaka she is the priestess who will save his kingdom.
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In Adventures of the Gummi Bears, King Gregor is a man of action and Princess Calla takes after him well as a Pretty Princess Powerhouse.
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In the Jackie Chan Adventures fic Queen of All Oni, Jade, while her royal title is self-proclaimed, is not shy about dishing it out on the battlefield along with her minions.
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Legion Of Superheroes gives us Princess Projectra, a longtime member of the team who after a long term absence leading her people as Queen, returned as Sensor Girl.
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Storm Hawks: Master Cyclonis of Terra Cyclonia is the teenaged empress of the Cyclonian Empire who spends most of her time planning the conquering of the kingdoms of Atmos, and on the occasions she's taken up her staff to lead at the front she shows she's just as good at fighting as her best soldiers.
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In Rocket Age the vast majority of the Martian Silthuri are actually bureaucrats and military officers, despite being the royal caste. However, many of the ruling sub-caste have also been forced into more proactive roles and actions, to avoid being crushed by imperial Earthling powers or the Martians that have allied with them.
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Forgotten Realms has a lot of it. For an example when it's not a plain necessity, Tethyrian lesser royals are accorded duties in whatever branch of power their talents and inclinations allow. Heirs were traditionally well taught to rule, and expected to pick up some of these when coming of age, including specifically the post of Crown Ecclesiastic; which means having to command as an united force religious knightly orders that theoretically are loyal to the crown and belong to the allied churches, but practically have at best different priorities and at worst cross-purposes — from 15 years old and until the heir claims the crown. House Tethyr had absolute power for over 350 years, was deposed after one greedy and complacent king and some infighting, and still got their triumphant restoration later.
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On Goldie & Bear, after pulling the sword out of the stone and being crowned king, Bear soon learns that being king means he's supposed to make decisions that help everyone solve their problems. He soon ends up with two long lines: one of supplicants waiting for advice and one with folks unhappy with the decisions he's already made. Fortunately for him, it turns out that the stone with the sword in it was broken such that anyone could easily pull out the sword. He was never supposed to be king.
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The prince of Cinderella. In the third film, he dives out a window, races at top speed on his horse, jumps onto the sail of a moving ship, slides down on his sword, and blocks a magic spell with that same sword, all for the sake of Cinderella. She herself jumps from a runaway carriage onto a horse and rides back to the palace just so her stepmother won't steal her happiness and deceive the prince.
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King Boron and Queen Baran in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. They rule over the tree of Ga'Hoole, but regularly teach classes to the trainee Guardians, and lead their fellows into battle.
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In the original version of Elisabeth and real life, Crown Prince Rudolf writes articles anonymously against his father's rule because Rudolf has no real influence at court. The Japanese productions take it even further, inventing a fictional subplot where Rudolf actually participates in revolutionary activities and gets arrested at a demonstration.
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Imperial Nobles in Traveller. While there are a number of Nobles who do nothing they are looked down on as the regrettable detritus of their class. Many Imperial Nobles have high business and government positions and there is a tradition of "troubleshooters" who roam about solving crisis (indeed having a pool of such people on hand is one of the stated purposes of the nobility). It is also the custom when promoting a commoner to an important position to give them a noble title to match to ensure that they have the right amount of precedence when they have to go to a Fancy Dinner.
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Frozen shows this trope off very well:
Anna personally goes hunting for her missing sister Elsa, rather than commission soldiers to take on the task; Prince Hans, meanwhile, runs the kingdom for her in her absence. Of course, Hans is a villainous example of the trope, but Anna doesn't know that when she leaves him in charge, and from what we're shown he appears to be quite good at the job.
Elsa herself qualifies, as the Duke of Weselton's concerns with securing his trade interests in her kingdom make this one of the only Disney Princess movies (the other being Brave) where political diplomacy and international affairs are an explicit concern. However, to be honest, it's only the Duke who's concerned with it at all, but Anna and Elsa have more personal problems keeping their attention. At the end of the movie, Elsa cuts off the trade agreement between Arendelle and Weselton after the Duke tries to have her killed.
Early in the film, the sisters' royal parents are shown dealing with a family crisis (Anna's injury and Elsa's "curse"), re-organizing their lives to cope with and conceal Elsa's situation.
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Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and its sequel have Cagalli Yula Athha, a princess of ORB who is far more at home on the battlefield than in government. Yuna Roma Seiran is quasi-royalty from the same nation, and commands a battle fleet from the front lines... though he's actually pretty terrible at strategy, so this isn't a good thing...
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There is also Relena Peacecraft, princess of the Sanc Kingdom in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (later Queen of the World) who is a very active diplomat on the global stage.
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The Kings of The Twelve Kingdoms work their fingers to the bone. Lazy royalty are an offence against the heavens.
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The title ThunderCats were members of the nobility who were expected to be competent warriors who could protect the people. Commoners who demonstrated exceptional bravery and skill in this regard could even be promoted to this rank, such as with the New ThunderCats, and it was implied that Cheetara came from a similar background. (One of the not-so-Darker and Edgier Wildstorm comics expanded on this.) Then there was the Lord of the ThunderCats, who not only wielded the Sword of Omens, but had to prove his mettle by besting each of the ThunderCats in their area of expertise and defeat his most evil foe in combat without the help of said sword. He wasn't allowed to use the Sword. He won by smashing Mumm-Ra's sarcophagus, turning him to dust. At the end of the episode, the casket pulled itself back together, and Mumm-Ra's voice gave this chilling line...
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The revived series plays the Cats' Proud Warrior Race angle for all that it's worth and then some; it's implied that the only reason that the generals are the ones to lead Thunderan expedition armies is because the King, being the strongest swordsman and best strategist, stays behind to safeguard his kingdom, personally leading counter-charges when appropriate. Lion-O was seen as a disappointment because he was interested in rediscovering the mythical technology and seeking peace (or at least minimized hostility) with the other races, rather than keeping them in line with an iron fist.
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The God-Emperor's sons, the Primarchs, mostly qualify as most of them became regents of their home planets. Or at least, they did during and prior to the Horus Heresy. Afterwards those who aren't dead, presumed dead, or might-as-well-be-dead have become subversions as they've either vanished from the Imperium or spend most of their time doing Emperor-knows-what on some daemon planet in the Warp.
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And then there are all the Royals Who Actually Do Something in Gargoyles. You have Princess Katherine, who actively protected the Gargoyle eggs from destruction, and shot Demona for attacking her clan. Then there is Macbeth, who has spent over nine hundred years becoming one of the greatest warriors alive, and then there was the fact that he was actively involved in battles to protect his wife and son. And then there is King Arthur, who once he is woken up by Elisa, hands Macbeth's ass to him on a platter and searches the world for his friend and mentor, Merlin.
Then, on the non-human side of things, we have Titania, who spent the last century studying science and actively manipulating her former/current husband, Oberon, to allow the Gargoyles to remain on Avalon and to allow her grandson to remain with his family rather than be dragged to Avalon and separated from his parents. There is also Oberon, who goes out himself to find his wife Titania and his servant Puck and bring them back to Avalon.
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Girl Genius:
Baron Klaus Wulfenbach is often shown resolving disputes and coming up with schemes. He's also one of the best combatants in the series, leading some of his armies' assaults personally and out-swordfighting Zeetha. His disproportionate title comes up several times — he could have declared himself Emperor Klaus I as well, and the fact that he didn't is one of the indications he's not a straight Evil Overlord character. Royalty has rules the Wulfenbachs see no reason to follow, and the nobles resent Klaus' rule partly because he comes from a minor house, which is an important factor in the willingness of the Fifty Families to recognize a new Storm King.
Gilgamesh Wulfenbach, who fenced with monsters he had enhanced just for training, and was subject of constant drills as Klaus tried to make him the proper heir. After being asked what kind of Empire's heir didn't even built a Death Ray ("Apparently a better one [heir] than I thought"), he invents a Lightning Gun and proceeds to personally test it on an intruding mechanized army. In a later chapter he managed to throw a Mini-Mecha with his bare hands after getting shot. He's not quite up to the Baron's level in the scheming department, but is under pressure to learn fast.
Played with somewhat in the Sturmvoraus clan, who at first appearance seem like an entire family of Chessmasters in a vast conspiracy to overthrow the Baron's government. Two are killed off, and the remaining family member, Tarvek, is left as the Unwitting Pawn at the end of a Gambit Pileup. He did, while pretending to not pay attention, pick up enough skills to fight Gil to a standstill. Tarvek also manipulates everybody else's plots throughout the Sturmhalten arc, especially his "sister"'s, though since Agatha was unexpected he has to do a lot of Xanatos Speed Chess and does wind up being shot by Lucrezia at the end of the arc.
More than once, rulers were told off by their supporters for allowing the enthusiasm to pull them from strategical heights and trying to do personally more than necessary during a crisis.
In the novelization Agatha H. and the Airship City, it's mentioned that the Baron encourages this among his vassals, insisting they take part in planting, harvesting, and so on. A lot of Gil and Tarvek's peers have embraced this, because it's fun and pisses off their parents.
There is also Krosp I "Emperor" of all cats, Agatha's Liege lord, and one of the few people in the entire comic working solely towards her health, welfare, and safety. As any good king should for his subjects. Well, the ones intelligent enough to bother with, anyways.
Bangladesh Dupree is a Pirate Queen, a genuine blue-blooded member of the Fifty Families reduced to piracy due to some economic downturns. The other royals constantly look down on her for this—not because she's a pirate, but because she actually works. Of course, as Gil points out, all the old families are descended from various cutthroats and brigands who became rich enough that they could convince people that they had some natural right to rule.
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The Silver Fang tribe from Werewolf: The Apocalypse is considered to be nobility amongst the Garou; as such, they are expected to lead the tribes in battle, in judgment, and in the fight for Gaia. Key word being "supposed," as the tribe's star has fallen in recent centuries due to an ancient curse of madness from Luna herself. Some Silver Fangs, like High King Jonas Albrecht, are the shining lights of the Garou Nation; others are so deluded or egotistical that some of the other tribes are considering a coup.
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Something of a trend in Gundam. If royalty/nobility shows up in the story (and they often do), you can generally be sure they are not idle.
Mobile Suit Gundam: While Sovereign Degwin Zabi doesn't do much beyond sit on his throne and look depressed, his children are very involved in the running of the One Year War. "Well Done, Son!" Guy Garma leads a large chunk of the Earth Invasion Force (and in fact dies in battle fullfilling his duties), Genius Bruiser Dozle and Evil Genius Kycillia are both highly respected fleet commanders (and again, Dozle dies in battle, in his case covering the retreat of his forces), and Non-Action Guy Gihren organises the war effort, plots overall strategy, and keeps up troop morale via Rousing Speech. Even Mineva Zabi, Dozle's daughter and heiress of Zeon, is quite active throughout Gundam Unicorn, though technically by this point her family had lost most of the power it once had, so her title was mostly empty.
Shakti Kareen, Princess of Zanscare, of Victory Gundam, who spends the story aiding the resistance and generally trying to overthrow the corrupt and malevolent government of Zanscare.
∀ Gundam: Dianna Soriel, Queen of the Moon. She personally leads the Moonrace returning to Earth, and is shown to be very involved in her society's administration. She's extremely active throughout the story, often present on the front lines of battle, even helping out at a war hospital at one point (she was incognito at the time). In fact, one of the main reasons the other noble houses of the Moon agreed with her going to Earth was to get her out of the way so they could rule more directly.
There is also Relena Peacecraft, princess of the Sanc Kingdom in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (later Queen of the World) who is a very active diplomat on the global stage.
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and its sequel have Cagalli Yula Athha, a princess of ORB who is far more at home on the battlefield than in government. Yuna Roma Seiran is quasi-royalty from the same nation, and commands a battle fleet from the front lines... though he's actually pretty terrible at strategy, so this isn't a good thing...
Even Marina Ismail of Mobile Suit Gundam 00. She is shown doing everything in her power to improve her people's lot in life. Unfortunately, since she is a figurehead, that power doesn't amount to very much, but she is at least trying. After Azadistan is dissolved and subsequently rebuilt at the end of season 2, she seems to have garnered some measure of actual political power, and is shown aiding her countrymen in The Movie.
Gundam Build Fighters gives us Reiji, who claims to be the prince of a fantasy kingdom named Arian. While the protagonist Sei dismisses this as nonsense, it seems to be completely true. Though he doesn't work in the sense of other Gundam royals, he's still very active, participating in the Gunpla Battle World Tournament and being more than willing to beat up thugs who harass innocents, especially women.
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A Brief History of Equestria presents us with Princess Platinum, who managed a vast underground network of spies and agents that guided the unification of Equestria. Of course, being reduced to a Puppet King tends to free up a lot of spare time.
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Chasing Dragons:
Robert and Stannis are kings who both lead forces from the front in war. Stannis is also a far more engaged king than Robert was in canon; apparently he is building roads in the Crownlands and demolishes the Dragonpit to have a royal garden built.
Viserys, even lacking a proper kingdom, strives to be this. Even if he can do little but stand behind a battle line and be seen, or preside over diplomatic meetings being actually carried out by his underlings, he'll do it proudly.
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In Ocean Girl two of the characters are princesses. One is a government figurehead, the other a kind of ambassador. Their father, royal by marriage only, led a fact-finding mission, and their mother personally walks into a battle to disarm the other side's major weapon.
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The source films are vague on what kings do however The Lion Guard shows that it is more than just a title. Simba is shown advising over events and going to funerals.
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The Lion King (1994) examines this trope. Mufasa is The Good King because he has responsibilities that he takes care of. He teaches Simba that "there's more to being king than getting your way all the time". Indeed, after Scar murders Mufasa and usurps the throne, the Pridelands become a wasteland thanks to Scar's selfish negligence. Simba eventually becomes a good king by deciding to leave his exile to reclaim the throne from Scar.
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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
There's King Friday and Prince Wednesday. Prince Tuesday seems particularly fond of doing low-level work as a hobby (babysitter, waiter, grocery clerk, etc.).
"King Daniel for a Day" is about Daniel learning that being king is not simply about getting your way and bossing people around.
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Many monarchs in the BattleTech universe actively serve in combat, and much of their prestige as leaders is dependent on the skills they show in 'mech warfare. With an over three hundred year long metaplot, needless to say there are a lot of examples.
You can't even become the First Prince of the Federated Suns without serving at least 5 years in the military and traditionally this includes front line combat.
The Draconis Combine is somewhat more informal, but their Proud Warrior Race Guy culture and adherence to bushido means Coordinators (and their heirs) either earn the respect of their armed forces by feats on the battlefield or become Puppet Kings because their soldiers won't obey them.
A long line of Steiner tradition dictates that the Archon of the Lyran Commonwealth have graduated from a military academy and at least be a passable warrior. Even the soft-spoken and pacifistic Melissa Steiner was qualified as a Mechwarrior on the Hunchback she inherited from her mother, the previous Archon.
Averted by the Clans. Their society runs on Asskicking Equals Authority and doesn't have 'royals', only 'whoever can kick the most ass at 'mech combat and politics'.
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Windaria: Both Warrior Prince Roland and Princess Veronica personally lead their armies.
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Black Adam was ruling his country until his massive non-Heroic BSoD
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Nyssa Damaskinos in Blade II is the daughter of Overlord Eli Damaskinos, one of the rulers of the vampire nation. Despite this, she is a member of the Blood Pack, an elite team of vampire warriors trained to hunt Blade. She actually gives him a pretty good run during their first encounter. It is also made clear that her father does not put a lot of stock in family.
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In Tangled: The Series, the king and queen are shown doing their royal duties. In one special, they leave their daughter Rapunzel to take over while they're away on vacation for two days. Things don't go as planned and Rapunzel has to make many serious decisions.
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Trolls: Princess Poppy, who takes it upon herself to go out and save her friends, even if no one else wants to. In the past, her father King Peppy led the Trolls' initial escape from the Bergens.
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George III is portrayed like this in Longitude. When the Longitude Board persists in Moving the Goalposts to keep the Harrisons from claiming the prize for their very functional naval timepiece, George is appealed to and gets involved to fund additional testing and poke Parliament with a stick. It is notable for being one of the few times he's portrayed as a competent monarch (American works invariably portray him as tyrannical and/or clueless, and any other appearances are usually about his mental illness later in life).
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Mahou Sensei Negima! has several princesses who are actually useful:
Theodora supported Negi's father Nagi during the war, and helped in Negi's training and match with Jack Rakan.
Then we have Asuna, another, much older princess, who has been fighting next to Negi for quite a while. She doesn't know that she's a princess...
And lastly, Negi himself, who is a prince by virtue of being Arika's son. Like Asuna, he wasn't initially aware of his royal lineage.
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The royal family of DunBroch in Brave qualifies as a whole: Merida is a Princess. Elinor is shown in the opening meal scene receiving letters of many sorts, thus implying she is the one handling matters of state. Fergus was explicitly chosen as their king after he led the other clans to victory against invading Vikings, and whether it's evil monster bears or invading armies, he takes care of it. Even the toddler triplets are crafty tricksters capable of distracting an entire castle. The other clan leaders and their heirs are also shown as being pretty battle-happy, especially against each other.
Not to mention, Elinor seems to be tougher than even Fergus, as she completely keeps him in line (even when he tries to express male dominance), and can stop a massive brawl of tons of badass warriors simply by her intimidating presence alone. That's before she turns into a bear and whoops ass. And oh, yeah, she kills Mordu at the end, something Fergus had been trying to do for years — losing one of his legs in the process.
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In Moana the Waialiki ruling family is a chiefdom, so their duties are mostly to go and fight - especially Moana.
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In W.I.T.C.H., Queen Elyon thought life after her coronation would be all rest and relaxation, but after finding out she actually had to run the kingdom's affairs and deal with its problems, she began longing for the "princess" part of being queen. This all on top of her role as the Heart of Meridian, giving her powers equal to those of the main heroines combined.
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In Emperor, Henry I of the Northern Sun formerly known as Harry James Potter takes to the field in the wars his country is involved in, using his magical powers, while Queen Elicia is one of the nation's foremost scientists.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX there was Prince Orgene. He wasn't the most competent monarch, however. After a very lonely childhood, he built a powerful super-weapon simply to make himself feel important, only to fall victim to the Society of Light (twice, no less). Fortunately, he would eventually have a happy ending, more or less.
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On Gloryhammer's second album, Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards, we have Angus McFife XIII, King of Dundee: From the song "Legend of the Astral Hammer":
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One Piece:
Rather common when royalty is involved. The first example is Nefertari Vivi, the princess of the desert kingdom of Alabasta. She successfully infiltrated the evil organization that was attempting to overthrow her government, and when she was exposed, took an active role in helping the Straw Hat Pirates stop Sir Crocodile from completing his plan.
And her father, Nefertari Cobra (and yes, his subjects know him as King Cobra). An unknown, shadow organization is manipulating the people into a rebellion against him? He refuses to send the royal army against his own people without knowing what's happening. When Vivi sends him info on Crocodile, he immediately mobilizes the entire army to leave the capital (where the rebels are planning to meet the army in battle) and send them against Crocodile. Crocodile kidnaps him? He'd rather die, collapse the ancient burial grounds, and try to take Crocodile with him, than lead him to Pluton.
Boa Hancock also counts, as the empress of Amazon Lily. Her Red Baron also happens to be "Snake Princess". She may be an Alpha Bitch, and a personification of Screw the Rules, I'm Beautiful!, but with Haki, a Charles Atlas Superpower, and the ability to turn others to stone, she has more than enough power to back up her title…which she shows regularly as the captain of the Kuja Pirates.
And then we have the royalty of the Ryugu Kingdom on Fishman Island. King Neptune isn't afraid to protect his subjects when the need arises, including doing an underwater version of Kamehame Hadoken to utterly defeat the New Fishmen Pirates. His deceased wife Queen Otohime stopped a thief by slapping him several times and was very active in trying to promote peace between mermen and humans while making time to be a caring mother of four, a school teacher, and a rescue worker. The three princes are all Warrior Princes and are said to be the strongest of the Nepture army, which they also lead.
There's also Donquixote Doflamingo. He may not look like it, but he is the king of Dressrosa. Later on, this becomes extremely notable when it's revealed that he's a World Noble, who are often noted to be anything but this.
Then subverted a bit when you find out how he gained the kingdom. And that it was all mostly a front to hide his operations. But played straight with the former rulers, the Riku Family, who indeed had the people's best interest at heart, proven by the fact that until they were usurped, the country hadn't been involved in a war for 700 years.
The Vinsmoke Family counts as well. Despite having no land to rule over, they are still allowed to participate in the Reverie. They also maintain an influential role in the Underworld, which certainly contributes to this trope.
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Princess Principal Princess Charlotte is the leader of a steampunk spy ring for the Commonwealth, who oppose the Royals!
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From Futurama: I AM LRRR! Ruler of Omicron Persei 8! I have no problem leading an invasion on Earth, or eating a smelly hippie!
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X-Men: Lilandra, Empress/Magistrix of the Shi'ar Empire and Charles Xavier's on-again off-again love interest is found at the helm of the Shi'ar fleet's flagship or directly on the battlefield at least as often as she's seen on the throne, and even then she's pulling more strings than a puppet-master, trying to assure as peaceful and prosperous an existence for her empire as possible within the chaotic Marvel Universe.
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In Code Geass:
The Emperor strongly encourages his children to take up positions of influence (and fly around in a Humongous Mecha). The Social Darwinist philosophy and all that. However, the Emperor himself rarely takes an active role in running Brittania, considering war and diplomacy to be "mundane affairs" unworthy of his attention. He's a little too busy trying to kill God to worry about that sorta stuff.
Euphemia's position as sub-viceroy of Area 11 was supposed to merely be a figurehead to attend to public functions while her sister ran the country (or rather, tried to destroy the resistance movements), but she instead spends most of her time trying to improve things for oppressed people, doing "little" things like knighting the first Number, running into a dangerous situation to save said knight, and going on to toss the biggest Spanner in the Works to the entire plot to try to solve the problems plaguing everyone and creating a "gentle world" for the people.
Princess Cornelia is certainly one of the most prominent examples of this in the series. An extraordinarily skilled Knightmare pilot on par with several of the main cast, and a skilled politician, and a very experienced and successful battle strategist. Two of her Establishing Character Moments are 1. taking out an army of Humongous Mecha almost single-handedly, and 2. finding and storming a terrorist base, spearheading the operation herself. She is good enough to beat Lelouch in early episodes, and can still give him some serious headaches later on. As if she needed more badassery, she is shown to be very intelligent. Perhaps not to the extent of Lelouch and Schneizel, but she is able to efficiently run an entire country, garner intense loyalty and respect from her subjects, and is very skilled in predicting how other people will act very similarly to how Lelouch can.
Emperor Lelouch more than exceeds the requirements for this trope when he flies head-on into a nuclear explosion to neutralize it and prevent thousands of deaths.
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The Dreamland Chronicles. You even have to prepare for it
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The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie features a whole family of this. The King and his wicked brother Robert are both Gadgeteer Geniuses, creating a Time Machine and Powered Armor, respectively. The King's children are Prince Alexander, who fights alongside his crew when their ship's attacked, and Princess Eloise, who will stop at nothing to find Alexander after Robert kidnaps him.
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Drive: La Familia are the only ones with access to the Ring Drive technology which enables FTL travel.note However, this is because they inflict Disproportionate Retribution on anyone who tries to steal the secrets of how it works. The Drive is what gives the Family their political power, and they're not about to let anyone else get their hands on it. This means that every Ring Drive ship has a chief engineer on it who is related (fairly closely) to the Emperor of all mankind. It also means that if you're in the family ... well, hope you like engineering; the limiting factor how many ships the Empire has appears to be the number of family members there are to run them. You'll also be drafted young; the protagonists' ship has a 15-year-old Chief Engineer ... he's not some kind of wunderkind technological genius, he's just what was available.
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In Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, virtually anyone who's both royalty and has the capacity to own a metal vessel Does Stuff. Everything is justified by the in-series system of determining who's worthy of becoming King: being badass enough to go into a dungeon and survive.
The Ren family probably exemplify this the best, as not only three of the crown princes are heavily involved in the politics of the Kou empire but they along with their two sisters are also generals of the Imperial army.
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In Thumbelina, Prince Cornelius covers a surprising distance (considering his size), nearly dies in a frozen lake, and fights a large irate frog to save Thumbelina.
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Teen Titans:
Except for the time she deposed her villainous sister from the throne, Starfire doesn't actually do much for her own planet, which she is a princess of. She even gave away the crown to her Parental Substitute almost as soon as she got it. Not because she's lazy (probably), but because she's much too busy doing something on planet Earth. In the comics, it was because she was sold into slavery as part of the peace agreement and could never return to Tamaran (and the former part was, at the very least, heavily implied in this series), otherwise the deal would be off and her people would wind up destroyed. Not like it didn't happen anyway...
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Maken-ki!: As the daughter of Yamato no Orochi, Himegami is both royalty and a demigoddess. And her Orochi blood is the only thing that can break the seal atop Amanohara, which is the reason Ouken Yamato was after her. So Takeru and the others tried to protect her from him, but In the end, Himegami defeated Ouken, herself. And she's now tasked with the greater responsibility of trying to find a way to stop her uncle, Takeru, permanently.
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Princess Uni-Kitty from The LEGO Movie is a Master Builder who has quite the temper if her friends get hurt.
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Enchanted: As out-of-it as he is, Prince Edward is still pretty brave to dive through a Portal Pool to a strange land, fight a "metal monster" (bus) with a sword, and search New York, just to save Giselle.
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Gundam Build Fighters gives us Reiji, who claims to be the prince of a fantasy kingdom named Arian. While the protagonist Sei dismisses this as nonsense, it seems to be completely true. Though he doesn't work in the sense of other Gundam royals, he's still very active, participating in the Gunpla Battle World Tournament and being more than willing to beat up thugs who harass innocents, especially women.
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In Jack the Giant Slayer, King Brahmwell fights alongside his men during the final battle with the giants, joins the soldiers tugging on the lanyards to secure the drawbridge, and refuses to flee when things look hopeless.
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In Saiunkoku Monogatari, Emperor Shi Ryuuki turns out to be this kind of ruler; aside from taking a keen personal interest in making sure his kingdom is not only prosperous but progressive, he's also left the palace in secret on more than one occasion to help Shuurei and other characters. He's also a skilled swordsman and has personally fought off assassins and fought alongside Seiran, Shuuei, and Ensei.
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Game of Thrones :
In general, royals and nobles actually fight in battles as soldiers. King Robert Baratheon killed Prince Rhaegar Targaryen in battle during his rebellion to seize the throne. However, he became an Adipose Rex who did as little as humanly possible that didn't involve food, strong drink or women, preferably all three, and a notable exception by late in his reign.
Aegon the Conqueror and his sisters rode their dragons into battle when conquering Westeros, as Daenerys does in the Battle for Meereen.
Jon fights in the Battle for Winterfell before being declared King of the North.
This seems to be so commonplace that morale is significantly lowered if the royalty and noblemen do NOT participate in the battle. Joffrey retreating to the Red Keep during the Battle of the Blackwater, and Cersei's refusal to make him return in fear for his safety, results in much of the city watch deserting and the city almost being taken.
Tywin Lannister is also a very hard-working and able administrator which is revealed as a character trait in his very first scene when he has a conversation with Jaime while skinning a deer, work he could easily have left to servants.
Say what you will about the wisdom of Stannis Baratheon's actions in "Blackwater", you can't accuse him of being a coward, or leading from behind. (Unlike Joffrey.) And with the addition of Renly's Stormlands bannermen to his army and having the largest navy of any of the Five Kings (save possibly Balon Greyjoy), he has a good chance of taking the city — and almost does. Just too bad for him that Tyrion Lannister is around and he has vast stockpiles of wildfire at his disposal, which you can't really expect Stannis to plan for considering its rarity. He's also one of the very few people south of the Wall who is concerned with the impending White Walker threat. Furthermore, he's also the only royal claimant in Westeros to respond to Maester Aemon's call for aid at the Wall.
Talisa Maegyr works as a field medic in Robb Stark's army. Even after he marries her and makes her his queen, she goes right back to her job tending to wounded soldiers despite having no obligation to do so.
Euron Greyjoy becomes King of the Iron Islands, and actually pays the iron price by leading his men into battle.
Lyanna Mormont, the child leader of House Mormont, chooses to lead her soldiers in the battle against the White Walkers instead of taking refuge in the crypts. Jorah tries to talk her out of it since she's the last bloodline member left to rule House Mormont, but she refuses on the grounds of if her people are going to put their lives on the line for the House, then she should be willing to do the same for her people.
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Queen Frigga personally guards the king against his would-be assassins in Thor and fights Malekith to protect Jane Foster and the Aether in Thor: The Dark World.
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The Green Lantern Corps includes Princess Iolande of Betrassus, now ruler of her planet since everyone else in the royal family is dead. Iolande, however, much prefers being in the corps.
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In Dream of Gods and Colors, Children, a crossover of Hollow Knight and RWBY, Ghost and Hornet prove themselves to be exceptionally proactive rulers. Scarcely a day passes after they've taken their respective thrones and they've already set up a council between Hallownest's different tribes and set off to establish contact with Remnant.
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King Arthur in Arthur, King of Time and Space. In the Space Arc he's a bold explorer, in the Fairy Tale Arc, he's a brave knight, and in both (and the Contemporary Arc, where he's CEO of Excalicorp) he's dedicated to helping ordinary people.
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Mirellia Q Melromarc from The Rising of the Shield Hero is this, much moreso than her currently-selfish/absolutely horrid husband who is crowned King "Aultcray Melromarc XXXII" since, while he was busy taking whatever measures to make Naofumi's life a living hell, she was busy dousing massive political fires/outrage over the King summoning all four of the Cardinal Heroes, whereas it was formally agreed to summon one hero for each of the four seperate countries, thereby having the country of Melromarc have all four Cardinal Heroes all for their own protection only while the other countries were left completely unprotected by them and would have fallen if Fitoria hadn't remembered/kept her promise to a former Hero from ages long past and protected them in their stead whilst they remained blissfully unaware that the other countries were also affected by the Waves as well. As such, the other countries would've consumed Melromarc long before the Waves arrived due to the sheer amount of political anger over Melromarc summoning all four Cardinal Heroes for their own support. This alone speaks untold volumes between their reliability/duty to their Royal statuses. And after the Three Heroes Church faction is abolished, she herself commands the Melromarc fleets that arrive to defend the Cal Mira Archipelago after Naofumi uses his recently-discovered Teleport ability to inform her about the impending Wave attack there.
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In The Cadanceverse, Princess Cadance both runs Equestria and teaches music to her students.
Additionally, Prince Blueblood of Monacolt is a skilled and active ruler. He's also been described as a skilled boxer and harpist.
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Played with in The Fate of Paul Twister. Princess Ashley Rebekah de Morgan is known as a member of the Royal knights and an agent of her father's, and when she shows up she's able to get Paul bailed out of prison... except that the woman who showed up was actually an impostor, not the real Princess!
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Vampire Cheerleaders: In a surprise twist, Stephanie Kane begins the series as a cryptid hunter and eventually becomes one herself, when she's abducted by the mothmen and chosen to become their new Queen. As such, her primary responsibilities were to help defend them against the Reptilians and to repopulate their species.
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Becoming Lífþrasir: With the exception of Heather (who even still is technically royalty via marriage to Thuggory), every member of Hiccup's dragon riding team (including Hiccup himself) are heirs to their own respective tribes.
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In Fairy Tail:
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Hurricanes:
Prince Rupert of Mulravia is also a soccer player. His father was one as well.
Given the kind of power and influence the Garkos Family has over the Island of Garkos, Stavros Garkos, his brother Spiro Garkos and his sister Melinda Garkos are also examples of this trope. Stavros' niece, who expected to obtain a vice-presidency in Garkos Enterprises in exchange for helping him with one of his plots, might also qualify.
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Young Justice: The first thing Queen Perdita of Vlatava does after life-threatening heart surgery is tell her supervillain uncle she's revoking his title and diplomatic immunity. That is one tough kid.
Her uncle is a villainous example, actively working as the leader of the Injustice League and agent of the Light prior to his arrest. And speaking of which, two members of the Light are royal: Queen Bee and Ocean-Master/Prince Orm.
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Hanon in Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch fights evil with everyone else, but constantly worries about her country and does whatever she can to help her people. Later, everyone in the cast takes charge of rebuilding their kingdoms as well as sending aid to that of the Rebellious Princess, whose running away would be seen as irresponsible even if it hadn't led to all it did.
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She-Ra: Princess of Power: Adora and Glimmer would both like their services in the name of the Rebellion noted.
Luckily for Eternia, the 2002 version of King Randor successfully redeems his family. In addition to his diplomatic prowess, he is a highly capable swordfighter and former captain of the royal guard.
Randor and Marlena were pretty badass in the original series, only they didn't get to show it off as much. Randor once went to town on a room full of Killer Robots to aid in his own rescue from Snake Mountain; He-Man was impressed and assured him that "Adam" would have been, too. Marlena was an astronaut and Ace Pilot in her backstory and once saved her family and friends by owning Skeletor and his forces in an aerial battle.
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The God-Emperor of mankind from the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Although ones 'Milage may Vary' as he went out and smote for only a short time and has spent the past ten millennia static on life support, on the verge of death.
And pretty much every leader of every faction. Ork Warbosses become that way because they really are the biggest, meanest, and usually the smartest Ork in the bunch. Imperial Guard Lord Generals, unlike some of their lesser leaders, are ONLY chosen from the cream of the officer corps, the best of the best. While some governors are incompetent, these usually don't survive long. Governors are usually Machiavellian in political skill, because there's always someone ready to replace them if they aren't.
Within the fiction of the 40k universe, the pilots of Imperial Knights are actual aristocrats hailing from houses of nobility on their respective homeworlds. They are basically written as ye olde timey knights riding horses, with their 40 foot tall murderbots functioning as their steeds. Even the hierarchy within the knight houses, both on and off the battlefield, is analogous to the political structure of a castle court, with a king on top and other ranks below him.
The God-Emperor's sons, the Primarchs, mostly qualify as most of them became regents of their home planets. Or at least, they did during and prior to the Horus Heresy. Afterwards those who aren't dead, presumed dead, or might-as-well-be-dead have become subversions as they've either vanished from the Imperium or spend most of their time doing Emperor-knows-what on some daemon planet in the Warp.
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The clan nobles in Drow Tales are universally taught some degree of fighting skills and specialize in either weapon or mana-based combat.
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Stoick in How to Train Your Dragon takes his role as chief of Berk seriously and is often the one to lead the charge. The spin-off series adds to this. Some of Stoick's chiefly duties including: officiating weddings, mending fences, settling interpersonal disputes, inducting newborns into the tribe, repairing ships, attend meetings with other chiefs (bringing a gift is a must), etc.
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In Delicious in Dungeon, King Delgal was the only member of the Golden Kingdom who managed to escape, retain his sanity and reach the surface to get help for his people. He kicks off the plot by promising his kingdom to anyone who can defeat the Lunatic Magician, i.e. the Big Bad who trapped him and his subjects in the first place.
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My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic :
Princess Celestia is, among other things, responsible for raising the sun and moon. Her younger sister Princess Luna resumes responsibility for the moon once she is freed from being Nightmare Moon.
Another milder example in Celestia's case is that she notably took up tutoring and technically raising the show's asocial bookworm hero, Twilight Sparkle, for the remainder of her childhood, as well as Spike.
It is also worth note that she is consistently portrayed at having very little to no free time, as her official responsibilities often drag her away from things she'd rather be doing.
Then there's villainous Queen Chrysalis of the changelings, whose duties involve actively searching and providing food sources for her subjects. She also infiltrates Canterlot and leads the invasion on Equestria.
It happened in the backstory, but Princess Mi Amore Cadenza babysitting a young Twilight Sparkle probably wasn't a royal duty.
Her duties as the ruler of the Crystal Empire includes raising a massive barrier to protect it should some terrible evil threaten it, and keep that barrier going until said evil is vanquished, no matter how long it takes. Sleep? This princess sleeps when the job is done, not before.
During the royal wedding preparations, Luna spends the nights keeping watch over Canterlot. As in, patrolling the grounds and surveilling key points with a large telescope.
Princess Luna is also the protector of dreams. Meaning that she sneaks around inside ponies' dreams and vanquishes anything that could cause distress or fright.
In Inspiration Manifestation, the Princesses seem to be at Equestria's beck and call to solve big magical problems: Twilight gets called to rescue two ponies from the crystallized gazebo, and Princesses Cadence and Luna assist her in fixing Rarity's messes in Ponyville later on.
In Equestria Games, when the cloud falls, Celestia and Luna are seen entering the fray like all the pegasi. This picture proves it. Twilight (attending the games in a royal capacity, complete with crown) is also about to lend assistance, but Spike makes his move before she can act.
Deconstructed in Twilights Kingdom Part 1. Twilight spends most of the episode lamenting how she hasn't been given much to do as a princess other than "smile an wave" and unfurl a banner for some visiting dignitaries, and is especially distraught when Celestia tasks Discord over her with tracking down the escapee from Tartarus. Twilight is finally given a role at the end of the episode when the other princesses inform her that they must rid themselves of their magic to protect it from Tirek.
In Twilights Kingdom Part 2, after the Mane Six harness the Rainbow Power version of the Elements of Harmony, Twilight earns the title of "Princess of Friendship", with the role of spreading the Magic of Friendship across Equestria.
Twilight Sparkle almost counts as an inversion. Her elevation to the rank of Princess comes about as a direct result of her capabilities and achievements.
In the Season 5 finale, The Cutie Remark, Celestia is seen leading the Royal Guards and Wonderbolts into battle due to history being altered by Starlight Glimmer so the Mane Six were not there to defeat King Sombra instead. Sombra also fights on the front lines against Celestia's forces.
In the Season 6 premiere, The Crystalling, after Cadance and Shining Armor's new daughter unintentionally shatters the Crystal Heart with her crying, Celestia and Luna risk their own lives (and the future of Equestria if anything happens to them) to hold off the approaching blizzard for as long as they can. When they can do no more, they attempt to evacuate to avoid leaving Equestria leaderless and defenseless, but on the suggestion of one of Celestia's former students, they join their magic with Twilight's to restore the Crystal Heart, and succeed, saving the Crystal Empire, and their own lives in the process.
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Doctor Who has accumulated a few over the years.
King Yrcanos who, aside from being a classic Warrior King, was played by BRIAN BLESSED. And ended up marrying one of the Doctor's companions.
The very awesome Liz 10 (Sophie Okonedo) from "The Beast Below", a two-gun wielding hands-on Action Girl who endlessly investigates the mystery of her kingdom, and then chooses to forget.
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In Elena of Avalor, Elena considers it her duty to serve the people, and as shown in every episode, she means it. She's even invited by a neighboring king to teach his son how to be a proper royal.
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In Kyo Kara Maoh!, Yuuri goes out and meets with people and does things, much to Wolfram's chagrin.
[deep breath] Technically this country has no royalty other than the reigning monarch, since it's a divinely appointed rather than hereditary position, but the Twelve Families are pretty much royalty. This causes Gwendal, as ruling lord of the Voltaire line and the Only Sane Man in Yuuri's administration, to spend all his time up to his eyebrows in work and Wolfram (not in the direct line of descent, but raised as the son of the ruler) to train as a soldier and operate as a Royal Brat. Conrad is not particularly noble by this reckoning, despite his mother's status, and thus exempted.
There are a lot of rulers in this show, actually. Flurin, ruler of Caloria, appears to actually do things. More things after she stops pretending to be her own dead husband. Antoine of Francia never did anything before kicking Dai Shimaron out of his country; insufficient data on Cabalcade's shiny-headed rulers. The king of Sho Shimaron is conspicuously absent for the first two seasons and active in a social, schemey way in the third after pleading helplessness to excuse all the trouble his subjects gave the main character previously. Running Dai Shimaron appears to consist of presiding on a throne and running schemes to conquer the world.
Which makes you wonder what Conrad would have done with himself if circumstances actually had required that he press his claim to the Shimaron throne.
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Prince Vince, in the Contractually Obligated Chaos series, is depicted as a very active ruler in the Neitherworld, personally involved in the day-to-day details of the realm and still taking the time to personally provide his friends with whatever assistance they require.
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Princess Marianne of Strange Magic is a sword wielding Action Girl who attempts to single-handedly rescue her sister when shes kidnapped by The Bog King, who is another example of this.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh!, the spirit of the Puzzle is a pharaoh, and not only is he one of the lead characters (and therefore takes part in everything), but in the Memory World arc he fights on the front lines with the rest of his court and the army. He also takes on Bakura single-handedly on multiple occasions, and uses Slifer to shield the city from his attacks at one point. Zig-zagged in that this is a shonen action manga, so most of the administration part is implied (one scene in the manga shows him with a scroll), no mention is made of the relationships with other countries, and if you take the anime timeline to be right, then Bakura's attack began the same day as Atem's coronation (the manga is more ambiguous).
In Yu-Gi-Oh! GX there was Prince Orgene. He wasn't the most competent monarch, however. After a very lonely childhood, he built a powerful super-weapon simply to make himself feel important, only to fall victim to the Society of Light (twice, no less). Fortunately, he would eventually have a happy ending, more or less.
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Last Res0rt has Princess Adharia Kuvoe, one of the four Executioners on the Deadly Game Reality Show. She tends to oscillate between Crazy Awesome and Lady of War most of the time, but in her defense, she's fighting to regain control of her kingdom, by demonstrating what a good warrior the reality show has turned her into!
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Minor example in the episode "Jack and the Spartans", the Spartan King is not only king, but leads the Spartan army against the invading robot horde. His son would lead the Spartans directly against Aku during the Grand Finale.
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In Yakitate!! Japan, the royal family of Monaco intentionally send their children out to learn careers as commoners so that they may rule better. The current king learned to bake bread. To be fair, if he'd had the talent for it, breadmaking could have resulted in him being able to make disposable time machines.
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Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars: Empress Yuinshiel Asteria is the main character of a Super Robot anime, with all fighting that entails.
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Princess Zelda and her father, in the Nintendo Comics System adaptation of The Legend of Zelda, are both very involved with the people of their kingdom. Zelda in particular is shown going on goodwill visits to distant cities and putting herself in harm's way to protect her people.
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Several royals in Malê Rising take this to heart, the most notable of which is the Ethiopian Empress Anastasia Romanova, who personally handles anti-aircraft weaponry during the bombings of the capital by the Republic of Egypt.
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Fellowship: The Heir playbook represents a heroic noble who has joined the fight to defeat the Overlord. Born leaders, their core stat is Wisdom and they have the ability to negotiate for free room and board from the rulers of other lands, and to order around many types of non-hostile NPCs (as long as you don't endanger them with your orders). They gain other abilities, depending on whether they come from a kingdom of Great Builders (allowing them to analyze architecture and engineering to find out how to fix or sabotage it), a Lost Line of Kings (allowing them to reroll one die once per scene), Stalwart Defenders (making it easier for them to Overcome powerful enemies, or attacks that threaten someone they have strong Bonds with), or Forgotten Lands (they gain a unique ability that they can temporarily sacrifice to avoid being wounded).
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Ridley Scott's Robin Hood (2010): Prince John is the first to charge into the siege of upcoming French, eager to prove his worth.
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According to their theme song, the kings of wrestling actually had a playing card theme but the Queen of Wrestling was adamant that they were wrestling royalty.
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The 2017 reboot She-Ra and the Princesses of Power uses this as a major source of conflict. Glimmer is a bit of a Blood Knight who wants to get out and fight the Horde. Her mother, Angella, is far more passive, to the point of inaction. She has her reasons, the previous version of the Princess Alliance fell apart and her husband died in the war, but Glimmer resents her for doing basically nothing to combat the Horde. In season 4, Glimmer is forced into a far more passive role following her mother's death and her ascension to the throne due to being too important. She obviously hates this, and it causes a split with her friends when they insist that she stay behind. This, combined with her resentment of Adora for not preventing Angella's death and the influence of Shadow Weaver causes Glimmer to take several... inconsiderate steps, such as sending Adora as a distraction without her knowing and ordering Adora and Bow to stay behind rather than go rescue their lost friend. Once Adora and Bow disobey her direct orders, the split between them grows so large that Glimmer goes ahead with a plan almost everyone agreed would be too risky, due to her desire to end the war.
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In Chrysalis Visits The Hague, this is inverted in Princess Luna's case; she wants to lead the Royal Guard into battle against the changeling remnants in person, but as the princess of the night, she is hopelessly tied down by mundane work (and, strongly implied, her sister) in Canterlot and forced to delegate military command to lower echelons.
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In Power Rangers Zeo, King Mondo was a villainous example, having fought the Rangers personally on more than one occasion. His eldest son Prince Gasket was even more capable, apparently.
Power Rangers Dino Charge gives us a heroic example, with Prince Philip III of Zandar, who becomes the Graphite Dino Charge Ranger. He is a little hamstrung on how often he gets to fight due a combination of stock footagenote His Sentai counterpart, though not royalty, was only a recurring ally and actually being a prince, so he can't be in Amber Beach all the time and has to attend to his homeland duties, but he does show up as much as he can to aid his friends, especially during the big battles. Otherwise, he lends control of his Zord to the core team when he's unavailable.
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Hakuoro, once he takes over the country by force. After that, he's a very responsible leader, but not afraid to kick ass when necessary. On the other hand, the other emperors also tend to take a very hands-on approach to war and politics.
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The entire point of the Pathfinder Kingmaker campaign is to become this. The player characters wind up taming a wild land, establishing settlements, and then ruling it. The whole time, they must continue to defend their kingdoms from threats both external and internal, deal with any consequences of their policies, and deal with other nations. Basically, it's Dungeons & Dragons when you act personally, but similar to a 4x game when things happen to your nation.
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From Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Kida is quite the warrior.
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The God Empress of Ponykind: Celestia (who is also The Emperor) and Luna lead their armies from the front, with Celestia personally taking on some of the greater threats they encounter.
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Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog:
Princess Sally Acorn led La Résistance against Dr. Robotnik. Blaze and Monkey Khan also count. Sally's suddenly-revealed brother Elias, who later became king, has also been seen Dual Wielding scimitars. Don't mess with the Acorn clan.
After the reboot (and Elias's subsequent erasure from the timeline) Sally's father King Acorn has become this. When an army of badniks and mercenaries invaded his kingdom, he confronted the mercenaries directly and attacked them with an energy sword and shield. He even held his own before greater numbers overwhelmed him.
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In Erfworld, Royals level up faster, have higher stats, and grant significant leadership bonuses to any units they command. Exactly how this works has yet to be revealed. Even the ones who aren't in combat make cities work better, simply by inspecting the relevant facilities. Possibly the most mixed example of this trope up here.
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The Legend of Korra: General Iroh, Zuko's grandson and the current Fire Lord's (Zuko's daughter) son. Also, he doesn't serve in the Fire Nation's army, but in the United Forces army with members from all the nations.
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In Wearing Robert's Crown, Stannis Baratheon has served as Master of Ships, Master of Coin, Master of Law and finally Hand of the King. Meanwhile his brother Renly is an officer in the Royal Navy.
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Once Upon a Time is full of these. Prince Charming, his now-dead twin brother whom he replaced, Snow White, Emma (since she's technically royalty as Snow White and Prince Charming's daughter), her son Henry by the same token, and even the Evil Queen - albeit an evil version.
The Spin-Off Once Upon a Time in Wonderland gives us the Red Queen. She's a ruthless villain, but she has a proper sense of her responsibilities as Queen and is averse to the needless murder of her subjects.
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In All That Glitters, Anna and Hans search for an artifact that can stop the Endless Winter. Anna also takes on a job at the Arendellian embassy at Corona. Later, Elsa is on the frontlines of a war, conjuring up snow soldiers and controlling whether the fjord is frozen, depending on whether Arendelle's enemies are trying to cross it by ship or foot. After Hans takes over Arendelle, she and Kristoff search for a way to defeat. And when he becomes a king, Hans takes an active interest in the work of ruling and politics, something Anna begins helping him with as she works on a plan to convince him to give up his power.
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Samurai Princess: The king and princess of the fictional kingdom of Samprini are seen in the field way more than they are in their castle.
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Princess Princess: Sadie, Amira, and Prince Vladric all shirk their royal responsibilities for their own reasons, though Sadie's reluctance is at least partly due to her sister constantly telling her she's not smart or capable enough to rule.
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Many royals of The World is Still Beautiful tend to be very involved:
Although the Sun Kingdom has a well-established bureaucracy, Livius often feels the need to personally contribute at times.
Also quite literally in the case of Nike and her family, whose status as royalty does not exempt them from cutting firewood, doing the laundry, or peeling potatoes for a feast.
Prince Taishi of the Sand Kingdom does his best to communicate and help his people in person whenever possible because he has a great urge to look after them at all costs.
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Diabolik offers us:
Altea, the Duchess of Vallenberg: a member of the royal family of Benglait by marriage, was one of two royals with a modicum of common sense, serving as a nurse during the first terrorist crisis of the Grey Ravens, and giving useful but ultimately ignored advice to the king and his son (and thus being the only member of the royal family still able to go around in Benglait after the revolution). Even after the revolution, she's still active in charities, helping her fiancee Ginko to try and arrest Diabolik, and, occasionally, doing some secret investigations for her country (one of which ended with her holding a gun on the leader of the Grey Ravens. Then Diabolik, having a vendetta against the guy, killed him).
Also, her late husband Federico: cousin of the king, he was leading the fight against the Grey Ravens as a police officer and preaching for less wasting of the kingdom's money into parties and accepting the fact they were in a civil war before he went swimming and got killed by a shark. Then subverted when it was found out he was the leader of the Grey Ravens trying to take over the country, who faked his own death when his own officers proved too competent and were on the verge of unmasking him. Altea is implied to be the indirect reason the Grey Ravens failed to take over during the revolution and shown to have accidentally done the same during a later crisis (she was left comatose in a bombing. Ginko left no survivors among the responsible, even allying to Diabolik for the occasion), and was the one to unmask Federico when he returned trying to pass himself off as a hero (with Diabolik stalking her because he had also found out and wanted revenge).
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King Llane of WarCraft leads armies to battle, actively participates in combat and refuses to escape through the Portal until as many of his subjects as possible go through.
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The king and queen in Chess. While the king may hide behind his bodyguards in the opening and middlegame note especially badass exemplars who don't care for their life can be found on the Other Wiki, he frequently becomes a key fighting piece in the endgame. And the queen is the most powerful piece on the board and is in the thick of things throughout the game.
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In The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin, Prince Arin personally goes out to find his sister, Aruzia, after she's kidnapped. Later in the series, both take an active part in helping their subjects during a drought, as do their parents the King and Queen.
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Mobile Suit Gundam: While Sovereign Degwin Zabi doesn't do much beyond sit on his throne and look depressed, his children are very involved in the running of the One Year War. "Well Done, Son!" Guy Garma leads a large chunk of the Earth Invasion Force (and in fact dies in battle fullfilling his duties), Genius Bruiser Dozle and Evil Genius Kycillia are both highly respected fleet commanders (and again, Dozle dies in battle, in his case covering the retreat of his forces), and Non-Action Guy Gihren organises the war effort, plots overall strategy, and keeps up troop morale via Rousing Speech. Even Mineva Zabi, Dozle's daughter and heiress of Zeon, is quite active throughout Gundam Unicorn, though technically by this point her family had lost most of the power it once had, so her title was mostly empty.
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Anna's plot in Frozen: Breaking Boundaries revolves around trying to invoke this issue. Despite being a princess, Anna doesn't usually have much of a job. She and her new friend Princess Mari go around trying to find one for her.
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Dragon Ball Z gives us King Vegeta. He was the commanding hero of the Saiyan Army and led his people to victory in the Saiyan-Tuffle war. Naturally his son, Prince Vegeta, follows suits taking the role of Warrior Prince to ludicrous levels.
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Crest of the Stars: noble Abh in general are required to serve in the military, and members of the royal families are expected to be extra awesome. Succession to the Emperor's throne is dictated not only by heredity, but by merit and accomplishment: the royal who rises to the rank of Commander-in-Chief and most distinguishes themself by their actions is the one who is named the successor. This includes not only military accomplishments but also how well they rule their respective Kingdoms. Moreover, the current sitting Emperor has no say in their successor: the line of succession is determined by the Parliament. A lazy or incompetent royal would never get within a light-year of the Abh throne.
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Nobles in A Magical Roommate study magic and perform experiments. The general impression is that if a war really did break out, they'd be ready for it, but since war is so unlikely, they're ready for governing and magic. Except Alassa and Lettie, but they're shallow and need therapy.
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A Crown of Stars: The whole Imperial family of Avalon is utterly and whole-heartedly devoted to protect and improve the lives of the subjects of the Empire and other alternate realities. Likewise, even if you are royalty, you start from the bottom and you HAVE to earn your position.
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Shimmer and Shine: Princess Samira of Zahramay Falls is in charge of supervising the genies-in-training.
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Voltron: Legendary Defender has Princess Allura, she acts as the Big Good and Mission Control of the team. While she is not a pilot like the Paladins, she hardly stays sat down on her throne: she works with Coran to re-organize and re-build the castle and it's mechanisms, she works to start an intergalactic alliance against Garla, is a perfectly capable fighter capable of opening a steel door with her bare hands, and has enough power to bring an almost dead animal of the size of a small planet back to life. So, you have to add that to Pretty Princess Powerhouse, bordering Messianic Archetype sometimes.
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Destroy the Godmodder: Ikea, the king of tabletopia, was summoned as a boss. Not only that, but his entire army went down in three rounds. Ikea survived twice that length, then kidnapped the godmodder.
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In Yu-Gi-Oh!, there are the Monarchs (Emperors in Japan), an archetype of Monsters based on Attributes; all the base Monarchs (except Zaborg) are Level 6, they all have an ATK of 2,400, there is one for each Attribute (except Light, which has two), and most gain their effects from being Tribute Summoned. Mobius the Mega Monarch is an evolved Level 7 form of one of them, released in the latest set, suggesting more Mega Monarchs are to follow.
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Merlin shows Prince Arthur to not only be Camelot's heir apparent, but also the day-to-day commander of the kingdom's armed forces. He not only leads them in battle, but also recruits the knights and oversees their training. He also seems to be the closest thing that the kingdom has to a sheriff or chief of police. If any "crime" occurs, it's usually Arthur that's sent to investigate.
It's heavily implied that his father King Uther was this as well in his youth. He does prove himself quite handy with a sword.
The first episode that showcases Guinevere as Queen makes a point of demonstrating how active she is: she gives advice at a council meeting, she rules the kingdom in her husband's absence, and she ferrets out a traitor that was leaking information to her enemies.
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Babylon 5: While Centauri Emperor Turhan doesn't do very much, something he laments, his wife, Lady Morella, in addition to acting as a prophetess, also personally tends to Vir when he's hurt in a riot.
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The Little Mermaid (1989): Prince Eric is a competent sailor. Ariel fights Ursula when the sea witch turns her dad into a sea plant and, prior to that, risks drowning to swim to a ship and prevent Ursula from marrying an enchanted Eric. Their daughter Melody takes on Ursula's sister in the sequel.
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In Sword Princess Altina, there's the Title Character, Altina who is the fourth born princess of Belgaria, but there's also her older brother Basitin, and the princess of High Britannia, Elizabeth, in volume 4.
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Sailor Moon:
Although she doesn't know at the time, Usagi/Serena is a princess who fights evil. And she later becomes a Queen who fights evil.
Endymion/Mamoru/Tuxedo Mask also counts, as in his first life he was prince of the Earth's most powerful kingdom and later becomes Usagi's husband and King. The other Sailor Soldiers of the solar system count too, as they were royalty of their own planets in their previous lives.
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Princess Allura/Fala became a pilot for Voltron / GoLion after Sven/Takashi was injured.
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Kashue the Mercenary King in Record of Lodoss War is a very competent ruler who actually fights well.
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Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, the main character (taking over for her father, who is no longer capable of doing anything on account of terminal illness), as well as most Periphery clan leaders. Torumekian and Dorok royalty also lead from the front, especially Princess Kushana and both Emperors.
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Mahu: In "Frozen Flame", Prince Arius personally leads his men into battle against all manner of foes. He does this both for moral and practical reasons. After all, as an exiled prince he now requires all the assistance he can get, including royal troops who will fight for him as hard as he fights for them.
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In Star Trek: The Next Generation, Riva, crown prince of Ramatis, is a successful diplomat, bringing peace to warring factions no matter how long it takes, even when the telepathic "chorus" who allow him to communicate despite his deafness are killed by one of the factions.
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Arctic Rim features Queen and Princess Elsa and Anna Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg of Norway piloting the Jaeger Frozen Heart in order to defend Europe from Kaiju incursions through the Arctic Circle, largely because they are extremely drift-compatible. They are frequently compared to historical examples of this trope, which Elsa finds embarrassing, claiming they are simply fulfilling a duty to their country. Additionally, Prince Hans of Denmark is a former air force pilot and monitors the Vladivostok Shatterdome on behalf of the UN.
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Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Super Mario Adventures (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Mighty Thor (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Snow Cat Prince (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Throne of Atlantis (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Wizards of Mickey (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Y: The Last Man (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 HaagseHarry
seeAlso
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 Nodwick (Comic Strip) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Atlantis: The Lost Empire / Disney / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Sleeping Beauty / Disney / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Blood Silk And Steel / Fan Fic
seeAlso
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 Brewdening Love Expanded Universe / Fan Fic
seeAlso
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 BringingOutTheBlue
seeAlso
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 Cinderjuice / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 DReincarnation
seeAlso
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 Elementals of Harmony / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Go Not Gently / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Heroes And Allies / Fan Fic
seeAlso
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 LuminaryUprise
seeAlso
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 Nine Eleven Ten / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Sonic Generations: Friendship Is Timeless / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Storms Overhead / Fan Fic
seeAlso
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 The Difference One Man Can Make / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Happiest Place / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Life Is A Game Multiverse / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Lone Traveler / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Once and Future King / Fan Fic
seeAlso
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 The Weaver Option (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Weedverse / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Under The Northern Lights / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Zero Requiem / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Boy, a Girl and a Dog: The Leithian Script (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Diplomatic Visit (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Not Quite Smooth Wooing (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Thing of Vikings (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 CRISIS: Equestria (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 ElementalsofHarmony
seeAlso
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 Frozen Wight (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Icarus (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Kaleidoscope (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Magical Pony Lyrical Twilight (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 MakeMeYourRadio
seeAlso
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 Nymeria's War (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Ojamajo Doremi: Rise of the Shadows (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Plumbers Farmers And Mercenaries (Fanfic)
seeAlso
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 Project Bluefield (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Ripples (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Cadanceverse (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Little Pony Legend (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 TheRoulettes
seeAlso
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 The Vow (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Alexander Nevsky / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Barbarian Queen / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Black Panther (2018) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Braveheart / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Captain America: Civil War / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Captain America: The First Avenger / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Carry On... Series / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Carry On... Up the Khyber / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Don't Lose Your Head / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Dragonslayer / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Enchanted / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Follow That Camel! / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Hellboy II: The Golden Army / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Hyde Park On Hudson
seeAlso
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 Ivan the Terrible / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Love Me Tonight / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Nosferatu / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Red Cliff / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Robin Hood (2010) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Hobbit / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The King / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Lord of the Rings / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Thor / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Troy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Veronica Dilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 WarCraft / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Conan the Barbarian (Franchise) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Fire Emblem (Franchise) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Wonder Woman (Franchise) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Chuggaaconroy (Lets Play) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 A Certain Magical Index / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Altina the Sword Princess / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Crest of the Stars / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Heavy Object / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 KonoSuba / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Slayers / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Death Mage Who Doesn't Want a Fourth Time / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Familiar of Zero / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Villainess Reverses The Hourglass / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Wise Grandson / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 A Practical Guide To Evil / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Agent Lavender
seeAlso
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 Alcatraz Series / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Antares / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Artemis Fowl / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Babar / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Beowulf / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Codex Alera / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Deerskin / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Deryni / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Doctor Dolittle / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Dragon Calling / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Dragonlance / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 DragonsOfLaton
seeAlso
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 Dune / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Elemental Blessings / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Enchanted Forest Chronicles / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Enchantment / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Fighting Fantasy / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Gate / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 GloryInTheThunder
seeAlso
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 Graceling / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Hell's Gate / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Heralds of Valdemar / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 HogwartsExposedTimeline
seeAlso
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 Hollow Kingdom Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Ice Heart
seeAlso
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 Inheritance Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Island in the Sea of Time / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Jack Blank / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Jericho Moon
seeAlso
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 John Carter of Mars / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Knight Life Series
seeAlso
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 Kris Longknife / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Les Colombes Du Roi Soleil / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Lone Wolf / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Lunar Chronicles / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Mabinogion / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Mahabharata / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Malê Rising / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Mithgar
seeAlso
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 Monstrous Regiment / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Nantucket Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Nightfall (Series) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Now Blooms the Tudor Rose / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 On The Edge Of Eureka / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Orlando Furioso / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Ranger's Apprentice / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Realm of the Elderlings / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Redwall / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Roxy Was Here / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Safehold / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Shadow Ops / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Shadows of the Empire / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Sienkiewicz Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 1632 / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Slaves of the Abyss / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Star Trek: New Frontier / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Starship's Mage / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Tailchaser's Song / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Tales of Dunk and Egg / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Black Company / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Book of the Dun Cow / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Chronicles of Narnia / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Cycle of Fire / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Edge / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Elenium / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Goose Girl / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Grisha Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Heroic Legend of Arslan / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Horse and His Boy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Iliad / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Interdependency / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Mists of Avalon / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The People of the Black Circle / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Princess Diaries / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Realms Trilogy
seeAlso
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 The Riddle Master Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Salvation War / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Saxon Stories / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Second Mango
seeAlso
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 The Song Rising / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Sword of Shannara Trilogy / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The War Gods / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Warlord Chronicles / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Witchlands / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Warbreaker / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 World War Z / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 AxisOfTime
seeAlso
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 BadIsland
seeAlso
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 BadassInCharge
seeAlso
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 BrewdeningLoveExpandedUniverse
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 British Royal Family
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 FeralPhoenix
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 FourStarBadAss
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 LaxiusForce
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 LegendOfWilliamTell
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 LordTNK
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 Paireon
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 PeterTheGreat
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 Ptitle94ctt9bsmafc
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 RobertTheBruce
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sameAs
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 Systems Of Survival
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 TalesOfTheJedi
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 TheInhumans
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 TheLegendOfWilliamTell
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 TheSecretsOfDroon
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 ToTheBitterEnd
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 Tsarist Russia
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 War of the Triple Alliance
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 Area 88 (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Black Clover (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Crimson Spell (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Dawn of the Arcana (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Delicious in Dungeon (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Fushigi Yuugi (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Fushigi Yuugi: Genbu Kaiden (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Hellsing (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 MÄR (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 PandoraHearts (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Princess Knight (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Princess Resurrection (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Senyuu. (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Shoukoku no Altair (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Soul Hunter (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Seven Deadly Sins (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The World is Still Beautiful (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 They Were Eleven (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Ubel Blatt (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Yona of the Dawn (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Ragnarok (Manhwa) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Sabaton (Music) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Friends at the Table (Podcast) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Once and Future Nerd (Podcast) / int_1edfa2c7
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 AK47's ISOT Mapgame (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Age of Intrigue (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Destroy the Godmodder (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Elemental Doom (Roleplay)
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 Endless Time (Roleplay)
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 Koragasa Renewal (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Midlands RP (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Mythril Aces (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Price Of Wisdom (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Record of Lodoss War (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Star Army (Roleplay)
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 TITAL And Organization XIV (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Gamer's Alliance (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Insane Quest of Unfathomable Randomness (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 UNMDFirstContact
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 Vapor: A Steampunk Rp (Roleplay) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Bodyline / int_1edfa2c7
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 ElizabethI
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 Fraggle Rock / int_1edfa2c7
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 Grimm / int_1edfa2c7
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 Isabel / int_1edfa2c7
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 Kindred: The Embraced / int_1edfa2c7
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 Kings / int_1edfa2c7
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 Longitude / int_1edfa2c7
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 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood / int_1edfa2c7
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 Power Rangers Zeo / int_1edfa2c7
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 Princess Returning Pearl / int_1edfa2c7
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 Raven / int_1edfa2c7
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 Roman Empire / int_1edfa2c7
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 Star Trek: The Next Generation / int_1edfa2c7
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 Takeshi's Castle / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Crown (2016) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The King 2 Hearts / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 The Last Kingdom / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Super Mario Bros Super Show! / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Tudors / int_1edfa2c7
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 TheWorldofJonathanSingh
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 Pathfinder (Tabletop Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 Princess: The Hopeful (Tabletop Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Rocket Age (Tabletop Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 The Dark Eye (Tabletop Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Cinderella (Rodgers and Hammerstein) (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Henry V (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Henry VI Part 3 (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 ISP Presents A Midsummer Night's Dream (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Into the Woods (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 King Charles III (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Pippin (Theatre) / int_1edfa2c7
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Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Total War Saga: TROY (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
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 ArabiansLost
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 Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Armello (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Aveyond (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Battalion Wars (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Brigandine (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Chronus Arc (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Crusader Kings (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Dangan Ronpa RPG (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
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 Dark Chronicle (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dishonored 2 (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dominions (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dragon Force (Sega) (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dragon Quest (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dragon Quest II (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dragon Quest Monsters (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dragon Quest XI (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Drakensang (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dwarf Fortress (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Elemental Gearbolt (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Eternal Card Game (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Etrian Odyssey (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Falskaar (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Fernz Gate (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Final Fantasy III (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Final Fantasy IV (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Final Fantasy XV (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 FinalVision
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Fire Emblem Warriors (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Gemfire (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Ghost Recon (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Gradius (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Heroes of Newerth (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Hyrule Warriors (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Jade Empire (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kameo: Elements of Power (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kingdom Hearts II (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 King's Field (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 King's Quest (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kings Raid (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kirby: Triple Deluxe (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 La Pucelle (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Magna Carta (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 MechWarrior (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Might and Magic (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Minecraft Adventure Maps (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Mount & Blade (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Pathfinder (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Pathfinder: Kingmaker (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Pathfinder (Video Game) (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Primal (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Princess Crown (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Protect Me Knight (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Quest for Glory (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Ravenmark (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rayman Legends (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rayman Origins (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Return of the Obra Dinn (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 RimWorld (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rise of the Reds (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Robopon (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rocket Knight Adventures (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sakura Dungeon (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sdorica (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Shining Hearts (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 StreetPass Mii Plaza (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Suikoden V (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Super Mario 3D World (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Super Mario Bros. 2 (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Super Mario RPG (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Tales of the Abyss (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Tales of the Tempest (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Last Remnant (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Last Story (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Legendary Starfy (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Thousand-Week Reich (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Total Annihilation: Kingdoms (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Total War: Three Kingdoms (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Trials of Mana (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Valkyria Chronicles II (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Venus Blood Frontier (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 War of the Human Tanks (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 YsSEVEN
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Ys Seven (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 AGameOfThronesGenesis
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Castle Crashers (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Choice of Games / Videogame / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Dark Parables / Videogame / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kirby's Epic Yarn / Videogame / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Master of the Wind / Videogame / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 SpiritsOfMystery
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker / Videogame / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 AKnightsDevotion
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Black Wolves Saga (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Cinderella Phenomenon (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Princess Waltz (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rose In The Embers (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Crown & the Flame (Visual Novel) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Aventures (Web Video) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Scootertrix the Abridged (Web Video) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Aisopos (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 CVRPG
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Drowtales (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Erfworld (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Exiern (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 FutureReunion
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Hero Material (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Tower of God (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 TwoKinds (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Neopets (Website) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rplegacy (Website)
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Bug's Life / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Adventures of the Gummi Bears / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Æon Flux / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Aladdin: The Series / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Atlantis: The Lost Empire / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Birdman
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Brave / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Donkey Kong Country / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Earthworm Jim / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Elena of Avalor / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Frozen (2013) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Gulliver’s Travels / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 King Star King / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Nutri Ventures: The Quest for the Seven Kingdoms / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Ōban Star-Racers / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sleeping Beauty / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sofia the First / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sonic SatAM / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Star Wars Rebels / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Sym-Bionic Titan / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 TaleSpin / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Tangled: The Series / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Little Mermaid / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Little Mermaid (1989) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Nightmare Before Christmas / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Nuttiest Nutcracker / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Pirates of Dark Water / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Road to El Dorado / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Saga of Noggin the Nog
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Secret Saturdays / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 3Below / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 ThunderCats (1985) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Totally Spies! / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Trolls / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Trolls: The Beat Goes On! / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Visionaries / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Voltron: Legendary Defender / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Winx Club / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Xyber 9: New Dawn / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Young Justice - Original Series / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Jerry Lawler (Wrestling) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Kimber Lee (Wrestling) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Lisa Marie Varon (Wrestling)
seeAlso
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Spider Riders / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Secret Invasion (Comic Book) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 A Crown of Stars (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Heir to the Empire (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Neon Exodus Evangelion (Fanfic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Progress / Fan Fic / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Avengers Grimm / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Empire from the Ashes / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Rumpelstiltskin / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Chronicles of Prydain / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 The Hour of the Dragon / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Castle Town Dandelion (Manga) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Eternal Sonata (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Prince of Persia (2008) (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Universe at War (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 White Knight Chronicles (Video Game) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something
 Charby the Vampirate (Webcomic) / int_1edfa2c7
type
Royals Who Actually Do Something