The House of Nobles is a part of the Stormwind Council. It is a chamber of the parliament, holding the nobles coming from the Stormwind Kingdom and its regions: Elwynn Forest, Northshire Valley, the Redridge Mountains, and Duskwood (no, not Westfall).
Goals[edit | edit source]
The House of Nobles holds the people with power, wealth and education. They may, or may not be concerned with the wellfare of the common people, and they may easily consider their own gains and properties. However, most importantly the Nobles are expected to be chivalrous and keep an eye on the greater purpose of the Stormwind Kingdom and its politics. The King relies on these people to keep the city healthy, and their concept of the Stormwind Council is also their responsibility. Continuation through compromises or investments should be key.
Privilidges[edit | edit source]
Empowered Vote[edit | edit source]
The House of Nobles is allowed to cast one single vote into the Stormwind Council. However, the vote of the Nobles is a tiny bit stronger as the votes of the other two houses, since the House of Nobles are eventually responsible towards the King. This allows the House of Nobles to hold the winning vote in case the House of Commons or House of Emissaries decides to remain neutral. Ofcourse, this makes it in both the houses' best interest not to turn to neutrality, as effectively it means they're giving away their vote to the House of Nobles.
Vote of non-confidence[edit | edit source]
Any member of the House of Nobles is able to raise a vote of non-confidence against any other member of the Stormwind Council. This can be mentioned during a topic, but will not be dealt with till the current topic has closed.
When such a vote of non-confidence has been raised, the House of Nobles will have to vote to agree with it to cast the vote of non-confidence. Should it be cast, then the chairman is forced to deal with the objections the House of Nobles has towards the target of the vote of non-confidence. Should the chairman himself be the target, then the House of Commons has the right to decide how to deal with the vote.