By Matt Seaborn

Decados titles and their pronunciation.

Thanks to Tim Boettger for his help with this.

The following are the titles used in Imperial Russia and as such lend themselves well to House Decados.

Prince = knyaz

Duke = gertsog ("g"s are pronunced as in girl and "o" pronunced as "a" in father, accent is on 1st syllable) - NB this really is not a Russian title and was only granted to a morganatic branch of the descendants of the Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna

Marquess = markiz ("i" pronunced like "ee" in see, accent on 2nd syllable)

Count = graf ("a" as in father)

Baron = baron ("o" as in oh, accent on 2nd syllable)

Russian "r"s are rolled.