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The ''ruler'' is the head of a country. As the representative of a nation, there are several ways a ruler can influence the progress and development of a state, one of them being the fact that [[monarch points]] come primarily from the ruler.
 
The ''ruler'' is the head of a country. As the representative of a nation, there are several ways a ruler can influence the progress and development of a state, one of them being the fact that [[monarch points]] come primarily from the ruler.
  
The ''heir'' is, for monarchies and similar government types, the successor of the ruler. The heir is vested with the future sovereignty of the state, and they are crucial in determining the future legitimacy of the monarchy. An heir can have either a strong, medium, or weak claim on the throne. When the heir takes the throne, the country's legitimacy will reset to either 80 (strong), 50 (medium), or 30 (weak).
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The ''heir'' is, for monarchies and similar government types, the successor of the ruler. The heir is vested with the future sovereignty of the state, and they are crucial in determining the future legitimacy of the monarchy. A strong claim results in a high legitimacy while a weak claim results in low legitimacy.
  
 
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