This guy is
the palace guard. He talks to you anytime you even step foot near
the castle. He looks for refinement and decorum. Your score
will go up higher once you get better in those two fields. He tells
you to talk to someone else once you hit the popularity of 40.
This is the
Royal Guard. He is a bit tougher than the palace guard, and looks
for those same qualities of Decorum and Refinement. He tells you
to talk to someone else once you hit a 90 in popularity. So you have to
talk to him till you get over 50 in popularity.
He looks for the Refinement coupled with Decorum, plus he also has a soft
spot for children with Sensativity. He is also the teacher
of the Strategy class. If you go in the order of Palace Guard, Royal
Guard, then him. You can end at 190, or pretty much 100 popularity
This is the
Minister of State. He is a little more strict on what is needed.
His requirements are at least Decorum to be pretty high, Refinement, and
he really really likes intelligent people. Every 10 points of intelligence
will give you another point of popularity. So for example if you're
at 130 of Intelligence, he'll give you 13 of popularity, and so forth.
He is also the judge of the Dance Contest when the Harvest festival rolls
around. Generally it takes him 120 points of popularity to pass him,
and if you go in the same order that would be 310 to end on.
This man is
the Archbishop. He is a very spiritual man (Well, duh) who primarily
looks for faith in all. Same as the Minister of State, every point
of faith in incriments of 10 gets you a point of popularity. He is
the main guy for the Art Festival come Harvest Festival time. The
Archbishop needs 120 as well, and that would be 430 if you're going in
the correct order.
She's the Royal
Concubine. Although she is after the Archbishop, it's best to perhaps
leave her for last, considering the only skill she looks for is Conversation.
Same deal as above, every 10, etc. So if your kid has a Conversation
of 1... you might wait until you can start conversing with her before trying
to pass her. So far there are only two jobs that deal with Conversation.
Those are the Bar, and the Sleazy Bar. So once you get along to there,
it takes about 120 before you get past her, or if you actually wait till
last, it'd be 119.
This is the
Queen. She is rather difficult to get past, since there are only
two requirements. One is Decorum needs to be near maxed out, and
she only really looks for Temperment. Temperment can only be gained
through Housework. It also takes a great number of times visiting
her before finally moving onto the King. The Queen takes about 160
points to get past, but at 10 points each time, it's a really difficult
and LONG process. If you go in the order requested above, she ends
at 590 of popularity.
This guy is
the King. Although the Concubine and Queen have to be the most difficult,
I tend to think the King is rather easy going. He's a fighter
loving man. So any Combat Skill, Combat Attack, and Combat Defense
you have will add up when visiting him, PLUS any Fighters Reputation you've
accumulated. You can pass him really quickly if your kid is the hero
type, just like her Dad ^_^ Although the ammount of points needed seems
extreme (290 to pass him) it doesn't seem so much if you're a fighter type.
Unlike the Queen and Concubine, you can rank up to 50 points of popularity
each visit considering how skilled you are at fighting and such.
If you go in the order that's correct, he usually tells you to talk to
others at 880 points.
This guy is
the Jester, and although he is on the list to talk to, he doesn't help
your Social Reputation at all. If you choose to talk to him, your
Sensativity goes up 15 points, but the Social Rep goes down 15... is it
an even trade? Not sure.
be a Young Officer guarding the palace only during the month of January
each year, this guy has a lot of secrets. You really don't need *anything*
to actually talk to this guy, however you'll discover ( if you're lucky
) that he's really the young prince of the realm, in disguise. Originally
it was debated that to marry the prince, you'd have to be a housewife.
This isn't true. In fact, I've had a dancer and a hero both marry
him... it's all a matter of how socially well you are accepted, how popular,
and of course if you visit him each month ( Give or take the accidental
missing of one ). Is it worth the effort? Well, the game
is called Princess Maker. You be the judge ^_^ Though, we've discovered
that you can't be a KICK ass hero and marry him. You'll only be a
semi decent Hero ( Because at some point you'll be married to him and can't
go wandering outside of the castle, duh o.o; ) However the case may
be, you really have to want to do it badly to get it. ^_^