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When a fortress meets certain requirements, the [[liaison]] will offer to make it a barony. The player will then have the option to choose a citizen to promote to the rank of '''baron''', which will take effect when the liaison leaves the map ("Do you have any dwarves to recommend for elevation?"). This offer can be temporarily rejected (by choosing the "we'd rather keep our distance" option or by canceling out of the selection screen after agreeing), deferring the choice until the liaison's next visit. Until the offer is accepted and a candidate nominated, the liaison(s) will not negotiate trade agreements. The promotion screen (see example below) displays only the names and titles of potential candidates, so it may be helpful to research potential candidates in advance of the liaison's offer when more information is available.
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When a fortress meets certain requirements, the [[liaison]] will offer to make it a barony. The player will then have the option to choose a citizen to promote to the rank of '''baron''', which will take effect when the liaison leaves the map ("Do you have any dwarves to recommend for elevation?). This offer can be temporarily rejected (by choosing the "we'd rather keep our distance" option or by canceling out of the selection screen after agreeing), deferring the choice until the liaison's next visit. Until the offer is accepted and a candidate nominated, the liaison(s) will not negotiate trade agreements. The promotion screen (see example below) displays only the names and titles of potential candidates, so it may be helpful to research potential candidates in advance of the liaison's offer when more information is available.
  
 
It is also possible for a citizen to inherit a baron(ess) title, even from another site, immediately giving that citizen noble status. This can potentially result in the fortress becoming overrun with baron(esse)s that will never leave for the sites that they are the rulers of.
 
It is also possible for a citizen to inherit a baron(ess) title, even from another site, immediately giving that citizen noble status. This can potentially result in the fortress becoming overrun with baron(esse)s that will never leave for the sites that they are the rulers of.

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