Amik is a peer in the event cheap osrs gold he was the head of the king's horse. This could also make Burthorpe an official principality. I'm guessing the actual principality is bigger than the city.
For the Kinshra they were exiled the Kinshra from Falador and on the mountains (I'm thinking there's an enormous mountain range that separates Asgarnia and Misthalin from the Wilderness... it seems odd to have a single mountain standing on its own) so I'm guessing that is what makes Daquarius the chief of the Kinshra, an aristocratic.
This is logical since is a Lord. Again, Sir Amik is just a knight when compared to Daquarius, who is a lord. Let's look at what you think? What would it take to allow a knight the power to rule a country? Sorry for some unrelated parts. I simply copied and pasted it from an RSOF posting.
I find the grave situation to be completely absurd. For those not familiar with it, it's the argument that grave stones will not be blessed because people will steal your money. It's hard to believe that it was true prior to 2007. You didn't have a grace period of 6 minutes to pick up your items.
One reason is that bosses who are new need graves. Really? Tormented Demons is the latest boss to be released in the year osrs buying gold and even if I bless my friend (well we bless him, but he has yet die) I can always get back in three minutes. This means that no matter the state of your grave it is still possible to return.