I’m guessing that Dumas and Oxbridge will still be in family hands, most likely as subsidiary titles of the earldom of Aawicdale. Although I’m not sure what the succession and/or inheritance laws in Norwall are. I’m guessing some type of primogeniture, as in the epilogue of the first game, its says the eldest son inherited all lands and titles although the younger son/s revived a junior title out of respect, but they had to make something out himself unlike the eldest son. It is possible though that the barony of Oxbridge passed to a younger son of an earl of Aawicdale over the years.
If Dumas and Oxbridge are subsidiary titles of the earldom, they are most likely used as courtesy titles by the earl’s heirs.
The Earl of Aawicdale
The Earl’s heir apparent, Viscount Dumas
The Heir’s apparent heir (earl’s grandson), Baron Oxbridge
The Heir apparent’s heir’s heir (earl’s great-grandson), Lord Aswick
@Goshman If we sent the MC’s brother in the first game to the Holy seat to learn, will are MC’s in Voice of God meet his descendants then they arrive in the Enotria Peninsula? I like to think he married a young heiress of one of minor lords of the Peninsula or a daughter from one of the many powerful merchant family’s in the city states. And that by the time Voice of God rolls around the brother’s branch of the family has flourished and that they have become lords in their own right.
Will we be getting an updated map of the world anytime soon? The old link doesn’t work anymore.