A monarch is a player that has crafted a crown. Once a player becomes a monarch, all villagers he/she's met and will meet will automatically have 100 hearts.
Monarchs can access a special menu when interacting with a villager.
The player must have a sword in his/her inventory or execute will not work. If successful, the selected villager's head will be cut off and he/she will die. The head will drop to the ground, allowing the player to pick it up.
Executing a villager will make other villager's hearts increase by 30. Once more than 3 executions are witnessed by villagers, their hearts will begin to drop by 30 points each time.
Executing a villager also increases the surrounding villagers' sad mood points.
Demand gift can be used as many times as the player wishes. However, using it constantly will begin to make the villager dislike the player, and he/she will continue losing hearts until he/she ultimately refuses to give the player any more gifts.
If the player demands more than two gifts every two Minecraft days/40 minutes, there is a chance of a villager refusing his/her demands. The percent chance of refusal is calculated by 5 x the number of gifts demanded. Once a villager refuses to give a gift, he/she will no longer give anything to the player while he/she is a monarch.
The player can safely demand two more gifts from a villager (who has not refused the player's demands) after two Minecraft days.
This button will only work on guards. Once a guard has been knighted, the player will be able to control his/her combat settings as if he/she had been hired, effectively using him/her as a free bodyguard.
A guard will remain a knight as long as the player remains a monarch. Knights will be unable to be hired or knighted by other players. Other players will be able to see that the guard is a knight and he/she serves under.
This button will work on all villagers except guards. Once a villager has been made into a peasant, the player will be able to use his/her chore capabilities for free.
A villager will remain a peasant as long as the player remains a monarch. Peasants will not be able to be hired or made peasants by other players. Other players will be able to see that the villager is a peasant and who he/she serves under.
- Monarchs can have more than one spouse, but not more than one baby at a time. The only way to have more than one is to procreate with both spouses at the same time.
- Monarchs can name heirs to take over the throne once they die. Heirs will allow the player to recover the items lost when he/she dies and allow him/her to become a monarch again without crafting another crown.
- There are several achievements that can only be acquired by monarchs.