Amik could OSRS Gold in the king’s horse if he wanted, but surely he'd also have a peerage like the Grand Duke. This could also create Burthorpe an official principality. I'm assuming that the real principality is bigger than the town.
As for the Kinshra they were evicted from Falador as well as on the mountains. (I'm thinking there's a massive mountain range that separates Asgarnia/Misthalin from Wilderness... It seems odd to have one mountain that is its on its own.) I believe this makes Daquarius the leader of Kinshra, a marquess.
It makes sense because he is a Lord. Yet again, Sir Amik is just a knight in comparison to Daquarius who is a Lord. Let's look at what you think? Can the knight to be the leader of a kingdom? Sorry for the unrelated bits. I just copied and pasted the text from a post that I had made on RSOF.
I find the grave issue to be absurd. For those not familiar, it is the idea that gravestones will not be blessed because thieves will take your money. I can't believe it was true prior to 2007. You didn't have a grace period of six minutes to collect your items.
One argument is that bosses who are new need graves. Seriously? Tormented Demons, an updated boss, came out in the year 2008. As far as I can tell, even if my friend and I have a mutual blessing (he blesses me, but the latter has not yet passed away) I can always make the trip back within three minutes. The whole gravestone Buy Old School RuneScape Gold argument doesn't apply here. Whatever the blessings on your grave, you can still make it back.