Nobility and royalty

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To Knowledge Skill

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Date (1670) Jean Nocret (1617-1672)The Queen Henrietta Maria of France (1609); Philippe of France, Monsieur (1640); his daughter Marie Louise (1662); his wife Henrietta of England (1644); the queen Mother Anne of Austria; King Louis XIV ; their children, Louis (1661), Marie Thérèse, la Petite Madame (1667) and Philippe (1668); the queen Maria Theresa of Austria (1638) and Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans, la Grande Mademoiselle (1627). Date (1670) Jean Nocret (1617-1672)The Queen Henrietta Maria of France (1609); Philippe of France, Monsieur (1640); his daughter Marie Louise (1662); his wife Henrietta of England (1644); the queen Mother Anne of Austria; King Louis XIV ; their children, Louis (1661), Marie Thérèse, la Petite Madame (1667) and Philippe (1668); the queen Maria Theresa of Austria (1638) and Anne Marie Louise d'Orleans, la Grande Mademoiselle (1627).

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Synergy

If you have 5 or more ranks in Knowledge (nobility and royalty), you get a +2 bonus on Diplomacy checks.

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