Duchy: (Tinctureless) A coronet with strawberry leaves
Those serving as Monarchs of Caid for a full reign receive a County, those serving as Monarchs of Caid for two full reigns receive a Duchy.
Those who have served as Consort of Caid for a full reign are inducted into the Order of the Rose, which is an Honor but intimately tied to the Royal Peerages.
- Duchy: Duke/Duchess, addressed as "Your Grace".
- County: Count/Countess, addressed as "Your Excellency".
- Alternate Titles are available for substitution.
- Duchy: (Tinctureless) A coronet with strawberry leaves.
- County: (Tinctureless) A coronet embattled.
- All Royal Peers may display a full achievement with golden or yellow helm, mantling crest and supporters. Dukes and Duchesses may display a ducal coronet replacing the torse upon the helm. Counts and Countesses may display a county coronet replacing the torse upon the helm.
|Awards of Caid|
| Patent: Chivalry, Laurel, Pelican, Defense, Royal Peerage.|
Grant: Grant of Arms, Argent Blade, Chiron, Crescent, Gauntlet, Golden Lance, Lux Caidis.
Armigerous: Award of Arms, Court Barony, Argent Arrow, Chamfron, Crescent Sword, Dolphin, Duellist, Harp Argent.
Non-armigerous: Acorn, Argent Star, Augmentation of Arms, Chanson, Corde de Guerre, Crescent and Flame, Crossed Swords, Legion of Courtesy, Royal Recognition of Excellence, Signum Reginae, Sigillum Regis, Signum Regni, Vanguard of Honor.
Honors: Arts and Sciences Pentathlon Champion, King's Champion, Personal Heraldic Title, Queen's Champion, Right Noble, Rose.
Closed: White Scarf, Landmark, New Battered Helm.
Other Information: Alternate Titles, Award Cords, Award Types, Closed Award, Polling Order, Rare and special award.