D&D 1E Was The Magic User thats A Future King right to ensure that by the time the groups 2 fighters reach 9th level their will be a domain waiting for them?

JMISBEST

Explorer
My 1st Dnd campaign was A 1st edition Campaign and happened back in 1,996 and in it my Magic User was A Future King, I rolled A double 00 or 100 for Social Class, which means that I was closely related to A King or Queen, A roll of 14 followed by A roll of 55 made me the oldest of the kings 7 children and A roll of A 78 means that at the time of my characters birth his parents were legally married

I decided to use the fact that my character was both royalty and A Future King to ensure that by the time the groups 2 Fighters reached 9th level they would both have both A Title and A Domain waiting for them, the title they would be given would be A Baron whose political power, influence and respect are all 2.4% higher then normal and the domain they would be given would be A Barony that's 6.4% bigger then normal

Even though this happened more then 26 years ago I want to know if you think I was right to have my character use the fact that he was both royalty and A Future King to ensure that by the time the groups 2 Fighters reached 9th level they would both have both A Title and A Domain waiting for them, the title they would be given would be A Baron whose political power, influence and respect are all 2.4% higher then normal and the domain they would be given would be A Barony that's 6.4% bigger then normal
 

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aco175

Legend
How else would you gain political power and allies? Of course you give your friends a domain in your kingdom to make them loyal to you, you hope. At least they are capable fighters, domains are also given just to rich merchants and other lackeys of the crown with the hope they can defend it.
 



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