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* Implied to be the case with Les Amis de ABC, the group of young revolutionaries, in ''Literature/LesMiserables''. Most of them are students, which would imply at least middle-class, Enjolras is specifically the only son of a wealthy family, and ''de'' Courfeyrac is from a noble one. Feuilly is also the only member of the group who is working-class. Tragically, this means [[spoiler:the people of Paris don't rise up to be with them, and their planned revolution fails.]]


* If everyone in Sigurd's army lived to marry [[note]]All of the ladies in Sigurd's army except for Erinys have BlueBlood whether they know it or not, and Erinys becomes queen without it[[/note]], Seliph's army in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'' will be composed entirely of nobility or royalty, even if every single one is an ImpoverishedPatrician.

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
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If everyone in Sigurd's army lived to marry [[note]]All of the ladies in Sigurd's army except for Erinys have BlueBlood whether they know it or not, and Erinys becomes queen without it[[/note]], Seliph's army in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'' will be composed entirely of nobility or royalty, even if every single one is an ImpoverishedPatrician.


* It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:

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* It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners "Manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:


Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.

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Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet nice character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.


* Germa 66 in ''Manga/OnePiece'' is essentially a Kingdom-in-exile, with the Vinsmokes being still considered a royal family in many ways. While the {{Toku}} aspect of their composition and abilities are more played up, you still have Jajji and Niji abusing the help to cement their smug superiority.

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* Germa 66 in ''Manga/OnePiece'' is essentially a Kingdom-in-exile, with the Vinsmokes being still considered a royal family in many ways. While the {{Toku}} aspect of their composition and abilities are more played up, you still have Jajji Judge and Niji abusing the help to cement their smug superiority.

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* Germa 66 in ''Manga/OnePiece'' is essentially a Kingdom-in-exile, with the Vinsmokes being still considered a royal family in many ways. While the {{Toku}} aspect of their composition and abilities are more played up, you still have Jajji and Niji abusing the help to cement their smug superiority.


* All five playable characters in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' are royalty, although [[spoiler:Bartz's father could have become king, but didn't]].

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* All five playable characters in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' are royalty, although since [[spoiler:Bartz's father could have become king, but didn't]].been king]].


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OThis is a {{team}} whose members are high-status in their society, typically nobility. The team can be a knighthood, a superhero team, a military unit, a sports team or whatever team-based activity the particular series focuses on.

They are usually close-knit, either comprised only of [[SuperFamilyTeam members of their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations]] [[FollowInMyFootSteps to come]]) or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. They have access to the latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and whatever any comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them.


All of this gives them an advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[TheTeamBenefactor financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their equipment and techniques.

Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed (either due to law, custom and/or economic unfeasibility).

The hero team being royalty and capitalists was originally commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, their snobbery posing them as {{Privileged Rival}}s to the MainCharacters who are likely to commoners more relatable to the target audience.

Compare RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething.

See also LegionOfDoom, QuirkyMinibossSquad, and SuperTeam.

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!!Examples:

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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': The Holy Iron Knights are a knightly order reporting to the Pope and made up of nobles' sons. However, it's well known that it's basically a way for aristocrats to put away their unwanted heirs/currently unneeded spares, with their leader Farnese being just about the only one taking it seriously. They don't seem particularly evil or ignorant, but they have the bad luck of stumbling upon Guts after one of his massacres (because Apostles revert to human form after death) and manage to arrest him in his weakened state.
* The Silver Eagles from ''Manga/BlackClover'' are an elite group of Magic Knights. Founded and run by the highborn Silva family, the Silver Eagles have high standards and only allow nobles into their ranks, seeing anyone of lower class to not being worth the effort. [[spoiler:They are so bad that Nozel, Nebula, and Solid practically excommunicate their younger sister Noelle from the family, having spent their whole lives tearing her down for their mother dying giving birth to her and ridiculing her [[UnskilledButStrong inability to control her powerful magical abilities]]]].
* ''LightNovel/{{Gate}}'': Princess Pina's Rose Knights are an AmazonBrigade of the daughters of noble houses.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'': The St. Gloriana Academy is based on the United Kingdom, which is stylized like this as shown in their tankery team. They are more concerned about etiquette, going as much as to make sure their tea cups do not spill, even when riding on top of rickety WW II vehicles. That does not mean they are not professional drivers, however, and they defeated the Oorai Academy team at least once.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Creator/DCComics has ''ComicBook/TheGreenTeam''. In their original incarnation they were billed as "boy millionaires" and used their money to have adventures. The revamped version introduced in 2013 were "teen trillionaires" and could buy super powers.
* ''Franchise/MarvelComics'':
** "'ComicBook/TheIlluminati'' is composed of high-ranking members or the Marvel Hero community with far-reaching resources, either being incredibly wealthy ([[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark/Iron Man]], ComicBook/ProfessorX, [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] and ComicBook/DoctorStrange) or members of royalty (Prince Namor the ComicBook/SubMariner and [[ComicBook/BlackBolt Blackagar Boltagon]]). The secret society is formed to discuss threats that could plague their planet and silently deal with them in their own terms.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Inhumans}}'', the race is a monarchy whose most powerful members are its royal family and are usually seen working together to fight a common threat.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', the original Pride consisted of six rich and powerful families.
* In ''ComicBook/MysteryMenTheGoldenAge'', the Board is made up of wealthy industrialists and Social Darwinists.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:
--> '''Harry/Galahad:''' Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world's most powerful individuals. By 1919, a great number of them had lost their heirs to World War I. That meant a lot of money, going un-inherited, and a lot of powerful men with the desire to preserve peace and protect life. Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture. An independent, international intelligence agency, operating at the highest level of discretion. Above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government run spy organizations. A suit is the modern gentleman's armour, and the Kingsman agents are the new knights.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* The Wolf Cubs in the second duology of the ''Literature/ArciaChronicles'' are a group of various aristocrats' sons who band together around Alexander Tagere, the third son of Lord Protector of Arcia and later, the youngest brother of its King.
* ''Literature/TheBelgariad'':
** The companions consists of: A berserker who is an earl, a spymaster thief who is a prince, a knight who is a baron, a princess, a sorceress who is a SecretlyWealthy noblewoman and a sorcerer who, although from a common background, holds such a high status that even kings bow to him. Of the commoners, one is the lost heir to a throne, one is destined to sire the next leader of his people, and the remaining commoners have destinies that ensure they'll never be treated like commoners for the rest of their lives.
** In the sequel series, ''The Mallorean'', the core group is joined by new members: an emperor, a spy who is a margravine, a eunuch who is emissary to a queen, and a seeress who who is so important to the fate of the world that even the aforementioned sorcerer heeds her wisdom. This sequel lampshades the importance of the characters in the group when everyone descends on a small, simple island to take advantage of the fact that a group of people who used to be enemies are now on good terms: the poor leader is so overwhelmed by all the ranks and titles that he can barely cope with the fact his backwater domain is about to become the site where world peace is achieved.
* The [[Characters/HarryPotterSlytherin Slytherin House]] of Hogwarts from ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' was founded to house magical students that held the characteristics that Salazar Slytherin valued: cunning, resourcefulness, and ambition. However, due to Salazar's belief that only those of the esteemed wizard families and those of pureblood should be allowed within the halls of Hogwarts, Slytherin House would soon garner a reputation of creating more dark wizards and witches than the other houses. Most of its student body would be from the families of corrupt politicians and aristocrats, harboring a fanatical [[SuperSupremacist Anti-Muggle, Wizard Supremacist]] ideology that eventually led to [[spoiler:the creation of [[Characters/HarryPotterLordVoldemort Lord Voldemort]] and his [[Characters/HarryPotterDeathEaters Death Eaters]].]]
-->'''Hagrid:''' There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one.
* In ''Literature/ReflectionsOfEterna'', there are no truly permanent character groupings, as allegiances and locations shift constantly, but given how the vast majority of the series' MainCharacters are noblemen descended from ancient bloodlines, nearly every transient team-up technically is an aristocrat team.
* ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'': Sir Percy Blakeney aka The Scarlet Pimpernel saves the French (mostly aristocrats) from the guillotine during the Revolution, and he recruits members of his secret League from the British nobility.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', YoungConqueror Robb Stark rides into battle surrounded by a personal guard comprised of the noble heirs of his vassals.
* ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas:
** The eponymous group of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' is composed of Athos, the former Comte de la Fere, roughly equivalent to a regional governor; Aramis, a former monk of the Roman Catholic Church who, while not an aristocrat ''per se'', still lived better than most Frenchmen at the time; and Porthos, a "dandy" from a minor bloodline that nonetheless holds substantial wealth. Their newest adjunct is D'Artagnan, sent to Paris by his father, a decorated officer of the French Army. Granted, excepting Athos, they're more cyan-bloods than blue-bloods, but they're much better outfitted than their countrymen.
** ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'': Aramis is still a gentleman and is now an abbot (which at the time did not necessarily require actual religious behavior) but still uses his title of "chevalier d'Herblay", and is knighted along with Athos by Charles I. d'Artagnan, while also of minor nobility, is a lieutenant of the Musketeers but ends up as their captain (a very prestigious position), and Porthos' only ambition (satisfied in the end) is to be given the title of baron, which will allow him to compete with his neighbors, who are of minor but extremely ancient and correspondingly snobbish nobility, who look down on him as a NouveauRiche (and he constantly tries to copy the manners of Athos and Aramis to learn how to behave).
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/FadingSuns'' is a FeudalFuture setting where player characters are generally assumed to be nobility, clergy (who know space magic), or part of the mercantile guilds.
* The setting material in ''TabletopGame/{{Ironclaw}}'' makes it pretty clear that outside of cities with militias like Triskellion characters without the gift of Nobility are going to be persecuted by the law if they carry weapons, especially guns. It's generally recommended that most parties include at least one knight or dilettante who can claim the others as his retinue.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' has ''fine'', the elite number one idol group in school which is comprised of the heirs to two major corporations, the extremely competent butler to one of them, and a celebrity of the acting world. Prior to the main story, it was even more elite, with all but one unit member being a wealthy heir. However, Eichi noticed this and they decided to make their one 'normal' member the unit leader, because they wanted the unit to seem like a paragon of justice which would stand up for the rights of the downtrodden, and so wanted more of an underdog feel. Overall however ''fine'' is very much a privileged antagonist during the main story, and an AntiHero at best beyond that.
* If everyone in Sigurd's army lived to marry [[note]]All of the ladies in Sigurd's army except for Erinys have BlueBlood whether they know it or not, and Erinys becomes queen without it[[/note]], Seliph's army in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'' will be composed entirely of nobility or royalty, even if every single one is an ImpoverishedPatrician.
** With careful planning, everyone in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' or ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' can be related to royalty by marriage.
* All five playable characters in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' are royalty, although [[spoiler:Bartz's father could have become king, but didn't]].
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar originally were commissioned to rebuff the Saracen incursions into Europe, and safeguard the Temple of Jerusalem for Christians. Though barons and marquis and earls were more administrative / managerial posts, they could be deployed as ranking officers in the King's army if need be.
* There are countries which have Noble Guards, whose members can exclusively be recruited among nobility.
* Until the 1960s, nobility was a condition to be allowed to enter the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
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This is a {{team}} whose members are high-status in their society, typically nobility. The team can be a knighthood, a superhero team, a military unit, a sports team or whatever team-based activity the particular series focuses on.

They are usually close-knit, either comprised only of [[SuperFamilyTeam members of their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations]] [[FollowInMyFootSteps to come]]) or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. They have access to the latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and whatever any comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them.


All of this gives them an advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[TheTeamBenefactor financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their equipment and techniques.

Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed (either due to law, custom and/or economic unfeasibility).

The hero team being royalty and capitalists was originally commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, their snobbery posing them as {{Privileged Rival}}s to the MainCharacters who are likely to commoners more relatable to the target audience.

Compare RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething.

See also LegionOfDoom, QuirkyMinibossSquad, and SuperTeam.

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!!Examples:

[[foldercontrol]]

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': The Holy Iron Knights are a knightly order reporting to the Pope and made up of nobles' sons. However, it's well known that it's basically a way for aristocrats to put away their unwanted heirs/currently unneeded spares, with their leader Farnese being just about the only one taking it seriously. They don't seem particularly evil or ignorant, but they have the bad luck of stumbling upon Guts after one of his massacres (because Apostles revert to human form after death) and manage to arrest him in his weakened state.
* The Silver Eagles from ''Manga/BlackClover'' are an elite group of Magic Knights. Founded and run by the highborn Silva family, the Silver Eagles have high standards and only allow nobles into their ranks, seeing anyone of lower class to not being worth the effort. [[spoiler:They are so bad that Nozel, Nebula, and Solid practically excommunicate their younger sister Noelle from the family, having spent their whole lives tearing her down for their mother dying giving birth to her and ridiculing her [[UnskilledButStrong inability to control her powerful magical abilities]]]].
* ''LightNovel/{{Gate}}'': Princess Pina's Rose Knights are an AmazonBrigade of the daughters of noble houses.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'': The St. Gloriana Academy is based on the United Kingdom, which is stylized like this as shown in their tankery team. They are more concerned about etiquette, going as much as to make sure their tea cups do not spill, even when riding on top of rickety WW II vehicles. That does not mean they are not professional drivers, however, and they defeated the Oorai Academy team at least once.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Creator/DCComics has ''ComicBook/TheGreenTeam''. In their original incarnation they were billed as "boy millionaires" and used their money to have adventures. The revamped version introduced in 2013 were "teen trillionaires" and could buy super powers.
* ''Franchise/MarvelComics'':
** "'ComicBook/TheIlluminati'' is composed of high-ranking members or the Marvel Hero community with far-reaching resources, either being incredibly wealthy ([[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark/Iron Man]], ComicBook/ProfessorX, [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] and ComicBook/DoctorStrange) or members of royalty (Prince Namor the ComicBook/SubMariner and [[ComicBook/BlackBolt Blackagar Boltagon]]). The secret society is formed to discuss threats that could plague their planet and silently deal with them in their own terms.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Inhumans}}'', the race is a monarchy whose most powerful members are its royal family and are usually seen working together to fight a common threat.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', the original Pride consisted of six rich and powerful families.
* In ''ComicBook/MysteryMenTheGoldenAge'', the Board is made up of wealthy industrialists and Social Darwinists.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:
--> '''Harry/Galahad:''' Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world's most powerful individuals. By 1919, a great number of them had lost their heirs to World War I. That meant a lot of money, going un-inherited, and a lot of powerful men with the desire to preserve peace and protect life. Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture. An independent, international intelligence agency, operating at the highest level of discretion. Above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government run spy organizations. A suit is the modern gentleman's armour, and the Kingsman agents are the new knights.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Literature]]
* The Wolf Cubs in the second duology of the ''Literature/ArciaChronicles'' are a group of various aristocrats' sons who band together around Alexander Tagere, the third son of Lord Protector of Arcia and later, the youngest brother of its King.
* ''Literature/TheBelgariad'':
** The companions consists of: A berserker who is an earl, a spymaster thief who is a prince, a knight who is a baron, a princess, a sorceress who is a SecretlyWealthy noblewoman and a sorcerer who, although from a common background, holds such a high status that even kings bow to him. Of the commoners, one is the lost heir to a throne, one is destined to sire the next leader of his people, and the remaining commoners have destinies that ensure they'll never be treated like commoners for the rest of their lives.
** In the sequel series, ''The Mallorean'', the core group is joined by new members: an emperor, a spy who is a margravine, a eunuch who is emissary to a queen, and a seeress who who is so important to the fate of the world that even the aforementioned sorcerer heeds her wisdom. This sequel lampshades the importance of the characters in the group when everyone descends on a small, simple island to take advantage of the fact that a group of people who used to be enemies are now on good terms: the poor leader is so overwhelmed by all the ranks and titles that he can barely cope with the fact his backwater domain is about to become the site where world peace is achieved.
* The [[Characters/HarryPotterSlytherin Slytherin House]] of Hogwarts from ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' was founded to house magical students that held the characteristics that Salazar Slytherin valued: cunning, resourcefulness, and ambition. However, due to Salazar's belief that only those of the esteemed wizard families and those of pureblood should be allowed within the halls of Hogwarts, Slytherin House would soon garner a reputation of creating more dark wizards and witches than the other houses. Most of its student body would be from the families of corrupt politicians and aristocrats, harboring a fanatical [[SuperSupremacist Anti-Muggle, Wizard Supremacist]] ideology that eventually led to [[spoiler:the creation of [[Characters/HarryPotterLordVoldemort Lord Voldemort]] and his [[Characters/HarryPotterDeathEaters Death Eaters]].]]
-->'''Hagrid:''' There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one.
* In ''Literature/ReflectionsOfEterna'', there are no truly permanent character groupings, as allegiances and locations shift constantly, but given how the vast majority of the series' MainCharacters are noblemen descended from ancient bloodlines, nearly every transient team-up technically is an aristocrat team.
* ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'': Sir Percy Blakeney aka The Scarlet Pimpernel saves the French (mostly aristocrats) from the guillotine during the Revolution, and he recruits members of his secret League from the British nobility.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', YoungConqueror Robb Stark rides into battle surrounded by a personal guard comprised of the noble heirs of his vassals.
* ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas:
** The eponymous group of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' is composed of Athos, the former Comte de la Fere, roughly equivalent to a regional governor; Aramis, a former monk of the Roman Catholic Church who, while not an aristocrat ''per se'', still lived better than most Frenchmen at the time; and Porthos, a "dandy" from a minor bloodline that nonetheless holds substantial wealth. Their newest adjunct is D'Artagnan, sent to Paris by his father, a decorated officer of the French Army. Granted, excepting Athos, they're more cyan-bloods than blue-bloods, but they're much better outfitted than their countrymen.
** ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'': Aramis is still a gentleman and is now an abbot (which at the time did not necessarily require actual religious behavior) but still uses his title of "chevalier d'Herblay", and is knighted along with Athos by Charles I. d'Artagnan, while also of minor nobility, is a lieutenant of the Musketeers but ends up as their captain (a very prestigious position), and Porthos' only ambition (satisfied in the end) is to be given the title of baron, which will allow him to compete with his neighbors, who are of minor but extremely ancient and correspondingly snobbish nobility, who look down on him as a NouveauRiche (and he constantly tries to copy the manners of Athos and Aramis to learn how to behave).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/FadingSuns'' is a FeudalFuture setting where player characters are generally assumed to be nobility, clergy (who know space magic), or part of the mercantile guilds.
* The setting material in ''TabletopGame/{{Ironclaw}}'' makes it pretty clear that outside of cities with militias like Triskellion characters without the gift of Nobility are going to be persecuted by the law if they carry weapons, especially guns. It's generally recommended that most parties include at least one knight or dilettante who can claim the others as his retinue.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' has ''fine'', the elite number one idol group in school which is comprised of the heirs to two major corporations, the extremely competent butler to one of them, and a celebrity of the acting world. Prior to the main story, it was even more elite, with all but one unit member being a wealthy heir. However, Eichi noticed this and they decided to make their one 'normal' member the unit leader, because they wanted the unit to seem like a paragon of justice which would stand up for the rights of the downtrodden, and so wanted more of an underdog feel. Overall however ''fine'' is very much a privileged antagonist during the main story, and an AntiHero at best beyond that.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Real Life]]
* UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar originally were commissioned to rebuff the Saracen incursions into Europe, and safeguard the Temple of Jerusalem for Christians. Though barons and marquis and earls were more administrative / managerial posts, they could be deployed as ranking officers in the King's army if need be.
* There are countries which have Noble Guards, whose members can exclusively be recruited among nobility.
* Until the 1960s, nobility was a condition to be allowed to enter the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
[[/folder]]
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This is a {{team}} whose members are high-status in their society, typically nobility. The team can be a knighthood, a superhero team, a military unit, a sports team or whatever team-based activity the particular series focuses on.

They are usually close-knit, either comprised only of [[SuperFamilyTeam members of their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations]] [[FollowInMyFootSteps to come]]) or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. They have access to the latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and whatever any comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them.


All of this gives them an advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[TheTeamBenefactor financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their equipment and techniques.

Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed (either due to law, custom and/or economic unfeasibility).

The hero team being royalty and capitalists was originally commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, their snobbery posing them as {{Privileged Rival}}s to the MainCharacters who are likely to commoners more relatable to the target audience.

Compare RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething.

See also LegionOfDoom, QuirkyMinibossSquad, and SuperTeam.

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!!Examples:

[[foldercontrol]]

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': The Holy Iron Knights are a knightly order reporting to the Pope and made up of nobles' sons. However, it's well known that it's basically a way for aristocrats to put away their unwanted heirs/currently unneeded spares, with their leader Farnese being just about the only one taking it seriously. They don't seem particularly evil or ignorant, but they have the bad luck of stumbling upon Guts after one of his massacres (because Apostles revert to human form after death) and manage to arrest him in his weakened state.
* The Silver Eagles from ''Manga/BlackClover'' are an elite group of Magic Knights. Founded and run by the highborn Silva family, the Silver Eagles have high standards and only allow nobles into their ranks, seeing anyone of lower class to not being worth the effort. [[spoiler:They are so bad that Nozel, Nebula, and Solid practically excommunicate their younger sister Noelle from the family, having spent their whole lives tearing her down for their mother dying giving birth to her and ridiculing her [[UnskilledButStrong inability to control her powerful magical abilities]]]].
* ''LightNovel/{{Gate}}'': Princess Pina's Rose Knights are an AmazonBrigade of the daughters of noble houses.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'': The St. Gloriana Academy is based on the United Kingdom, which is stylized like this as shown in their tankery team. They are more concerned about etiquette, going as much as to make sure their tea cups do not spill, even when riding on top of rickety WW II vehicles. That does not mean they are not professional drivers, however, and they defeated the Oorai Academy team at least once.
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* Creator/DCComics has ''ComicBook/TheGreenTeam''. In their original incarnation they were billed as "boy millionaires" and used their money to have adventures. The revamped version introduced in 2013 were "teen trillionaires" and could buy super powers.
* ''Franchise/MarvelComics'':
** "'ComicBook/TheIlluminati'' is composed of high-ranking members or the Marvel Hero community with far-reaching resources, either being incredibly wealthy ([[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark/Iron Man]], ComicBook/ProfessorX, [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] and ComicBook/DoctorStrange) or members of royalty (Prince Namor the ComicBook/SubMariner and [[ComicBook/BlackBolt Blackagar Boltagon]]). The secret society is formed to discuss threats that could plague their planet and silently deal with them in their own terms.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Inhumans}}'', the race is a monarchy whose most powerful members are its royal family and are usually seen working together to fight a common threat.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'', the original Pride consisted of six rich and powerful families.
* In ''ComicBook/MysteryMenTheGoldenAge'', the Board is made up of wealthy industrialists and Social Darwinists.
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* It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:
--> '''Harry/Galahad:''' Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world's most powerful individuals. By 1919, a great number of them had lost their heirs to World War I. That meant a lot of money, going un-inherited, and a lot of powerful men with the desire to preserve peace and protect life. Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture. An independent, international intelligence agency, operating at the highest level of discretion. Above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government run spy organizations. A suit is the modern gentleman's armour, and the Kingsman agents are the new knights.
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* The Wolf Cubs in the second duology of the ''Literature/ArciaChronicles'' are a group of various aristocrats' sons who band together around Alexander Tagere, the third son of Lord Protector of Arcia and later, the youngest brother of its King.
* ''Literature/TheBelgariad'':
** The companions consists of: A berserker who is an earl, a spymaster thief who is a prince, a knight who is a baron, a princess, a sorceress who is a SecretlyWealthy noblewoman and a sorcerer who, although from a common background, holds such a high status that even kings bow to him. Of the commoners, one is the lost heir to a throne, one is destined to sire the next leader of his people, and the remaining commoners have destinies that ensure they'll never be treated like commoners for the rest of their lives.
** In the sequel series, ''The Mallorean'', the core group is joined by new members: an emperor, a spy who is a margravine, a eunuch who is emissary to a queen, and a seeress who who is so important to the fate of the world that even the aforementioned sorcerer heeds her wisdom. This sequel lampshades the importance of the characters in the group when everyone descends on a small, simple island to take advantage of the fact that a group of people who used to be enemies are now on good terms: the poor leader is so overwhelmed by all the ranks and titles that he can barely cope with the fact his backwater domain is about to become the site where world peace is achieved.
* The [[Characters/HarryPotterSlytherin Slytherin House]] of Hogwarts from ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' was founded to house magical students that held the characteristics that Salazar Slytherin valued: cunning, resourcefulness, and ambition. However, due to Salazar's belief that only those of the esteemed wizard families and those of pureblood should be allowed within the halls of Hogwarts, Slytherin House would soon garner a reputation of creating more dark wizards and witches than the other houses. Most of its student body would be from the families of corrupt politicians and aristocrats, harboring a fanatical [[SuperSupremacist Anti-Muggle, Wizard Supremacist]] ideology that eventually led to [[spoiler:the creation of [[Characters/HarryPotterLordVoldemort Lord Voldemort]] and his [[Characters/HarryPotterDeathEaters Death Eaters]].]]
-->'''Hagrid:''' There's not a single witch or wizard who went bad who wasn't in Slytherin. You-Know-Who was one.
* In ''Literature/ReflectionsOfEterna'', there are no truly permanent character groupings, as allegiances and locations shift constantly, but given how the vast majority of the series' MainCharacters are noblemen descended from ancient bloodlines, nearly every transient team-up technically is an aristocrat team.
* ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'': Sir Percy Blakeney aka The Scarlet Pimpernel saves the French (mostly aristocrats) from the guillotine during the Revolution, and he recruits members of his secret League from the British nobility.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', YoungConqueror Robb Stark rides into battle surrounded by a personal guard comprised of the noble heirs of his vassals.
* ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas:
** The eponymous group of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' is composed of Athos, the former Comte de la Fere, roughly equivalent to a regional governor; Aramis, a former monk of the Roman Catholic Church who, while not an aristocrat ''per se'', still lived better than most Frenchmen at the time; and Porthos, a "dandy" from a minor bloodline that nonetheless holds substantial wealth. Their newest adjunct is D'Artagnan, sent to Paris by his father, a decorated officer of the French Army. Granted, excepting Athos, they're more cyan-bloods than blue-bloods, but they're much better outfitted than their countrymen.
** ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'': Aramis is still a gentleman and is now an abbot (which at the time did not necessarily require actual religious behavior) but still uses his title of "chevalier d'Herblay", and is knighted along with Athos by Charles I. d'Artagnan, while also of minor nobility, is a lieutenant of the Musketeers but ends up as their captain (a very prestigious position), and Porthos' only ambition (satisfied in the end) is to be given the title of baron, which will allow him to compete with his neighbors, who are of minor but extremely ancient and correspondingly snobbish nobility, who look down on him as a NouveauRiche (and he constantly tries to copy the manners of Athos and Aramis to learn how to behave).
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* ''TabletopGame/FadingSuns'' is a FeudalFuture setting where player characters are generally assumed to be nobility, clergy (who know space magic), or part of the mercantile guilds.
* The setting material in ''TabletopGame/{{Ironclaw}}'' makes it pretty clear that outside of cities with militias like Triskellion characters without the gift of Nobility are going to be persecuted by the law if they carry weapons, especially guns. It's generally recommended that most parties include at least one knight or dilettante who can claim the others as his retinue.
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* ''VideoGame/EnsembleStars'' has ''fine'', the elite number one idol group in school which is comprised of the heirs to two major corporations, the extremely competent butler to one of them, and a celebrity of the acting world. Prior to the main story, it was even more elite, with all but one unit member being a wealthy heir. However, Eichi noticed this and they decided to make their one 'normal' member the unit leader, because they wanted the unit to seem like a paragon of justice which would stand up for the rights of the downtrodden, and so wanted more of an underdog feel. Overall however ''fine'' is very much a privileged antagonist during the main story, and an AntiHero at best beyond that.
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* UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar originally were commissioned to rebuff the Saracen incursions into Europe, and safeguard the Temple of Jerusalem for Christians. Though barons and marquis and earls were more administrative / managerial posts, they could be deployed as ranking officers in the King's army if need be.
* There are countries which have Noble Guards, whose members can exclusively be recruited among nobility.
* Until the 1960s, nobility was a condition to be allowed to enter the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
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* ''Literature/TheBelgariad'': Most of the Companions have artistocratic background such as a berserker who is an earl, a thief and spy who is a prince, a knight, a princess, and a sorceress who is a SecretlyWealthy noblewoman. The sequel series is added with a noblewoman who works in espionage, and an emperor of a continent.

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* ''Literature/TheBelgariad'': Most of the Companions have artistocratic background such as a ''Literature/TheBelgariad'':
** The companions consists of: A
berserker who is an earl, a spymaster thief and spy who is a prince, a knight, knight who is a baron, a princess, and a sorceress who is a SecretlyWealthy noblewoman. The sequel series is added with a noblewoman and a sorcerer who, although from a common background, holds such a high status that even kings bow to him. Of the commoners, one is the lost heir to a throne, one is destined to sire the next leader of his people, and the remaining commoners have destinies that ensure they'll never be treated like commoners for the rest of their lives.
** In the sequel series, ''The Mallorean'', the core group is joined by new members: an emperor, a spy
who works in espionage, is a margravine, a eunuch who is emissary to a queen, and an emperor a seeress who who is so important to the fate of the world that even the aforementioned sorcerer heeds her wisdom. This sequel lampshades the importance of the characters in the group when everyone descends on a continent.small, simple island to take advantage of the fact that a group of people who used to be enemies are now on good terms: the poor leader is so overwhelmed by all the ranks and titles that he can barely cope with the fact his backwater domain is about to become the site where world peace is achieved.


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--> '''Harry/Galahad:''' Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world's most powerful individuals. By 1919, a great number of them had lost their heirs to World War I. That meant a lot of money, going un-inherited, and a lot of powerful men with the desire to preserve peace and protect life. Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture. An independent, international intelligence agency, operating at the highest level of discretion. Above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government run spy organizations. A suit is the modern gentleman's armour, and the Kingsman agents, are the new knights.

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--> '''Harry/Galahad:''' Since 1849, Kingsman tailors have clothed the world's most powerful individuals. By 1919, a great number of them had lost their heirs to World War I. That meant a lot of money, going un-inherited, and a lot of powerful men with the desire to preserve peace and protect life. Our founders realized that they could channel that wealth and influence for the greater good. And so began our other venture. An independent, international intelligence agency, operating at the highest level of discretion. Above the politics and bureaucracy that undermine the integrity of government run spy organizations. A suit is the modern gentleman's armour, and the Kingsman agents, agents are the new knights.



* ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'':
** Creator/AlexandreDumas swashbuckler ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' are composed of Athos, the former Comte de la Fere, roughly equivalent to a regional governor; Aramis, a former monk of the Roman Catholic Church, while not an aristocrat ''per se'', still lived better than most Frenchmen at the time; and Porthos, a "dandy" from a minor bloodline that nonetheless holds substantial wealth. Their newest adjunct is D'Artagnan, sent to Paris by his father, a decorated officer of the French Army. Granted, excepting Athos, they're more cyan-bloods than blue-bloods, but they're much better outfitted than their countrymen.
** ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'': Aramis is still a gentleman and is now an abbot (which at the time did not necessarily require actual religious behavior) but still uses his title of "chevalier d'Herblay", and is knighted along with Athos by Charles I. d'Artagnan, while also of minor nobility, is a lieuntenant of the musketeers but ends up as their captain (a very prestigious position), and Porthos' only ambition (satisfied in the end) is to be given the title of baron, which will allow him to compete with his neighbors, who are of minor but extremely ancient and correspondingly snobbish nobility, who look down on him as a NouveauRiche (and he constantly tries to copy the manners of Athos and Aramis to learn how to behave).

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* ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'':
** Creator/AlexandreDumas swashbuckler
''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' are by Creator/AlexandreDumas:
** The eponymous group of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' is
composed of Athos, the former Comte de la Fere, roughly equivalent to a regional governor; Aramis, a former monk of the Roman Catholic Church, Church who, while not an aristocrat ''per se'', still lived better than most Frenchmen at the time; and Porthos, a "dandy" from a minor bloodline that nonetheless holds substantial wealth. Their newest adjunct is D'Artagnan, sent to Paris by his father, a decorated officer of the French Army. Granted, excepting Athos, they're more cyan-bloods than blue-bloods, but they're much better outfitted than their countrymen.
** ''Literature/TwentyYearsAfter'': Aramis is still a gentleman and is now an abbot (which at the time did not necessarily require actual religious behavior) but still uses his title of "chevalier d'Herblay", and is knighted along with Athos by Charles I. d'Artagnan, while also of minor nobility, is a lieuntenant lieutenant of the musketeers Musketeers but ends up as their captain (a very prestigious position), and Porthos' only ambition (satisfied in the end) is to be given the title of baron, which will allow him to compete with his neighbors, who are of minor but extremely ancient and correspondingly snobbish nobility, who look down on him as a NouveauRiche (and he constantly tries to copy the manners of Athos and Aramis to learn how to behave).


This team is usually close-knit, either comprised only of [[SuperFamilyTeam members of their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations to come]]) or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. This gives them an unfair advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[CorruptCorporateExecutive financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their weapons and techniques, the Aristocrat Team having access to the latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and whatever other unnecessary comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them. Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed.

In older forms of media, the hero team being royalty and capitalists were commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, at worst the {{Token Evil Team|mate}} ready to betray the rest of the good guys at any moment.

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This team is usually close-knit, either comprised only of [[SuperFamilyTeam a {{team}} whose members of are high-status in their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations to come]]) society, typically nobility. The team can be a knighthood, a superhero team, a military unit, a sports team or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. This gives them an unfair advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[CorruptCorporateExecutive financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their weapons and techniques, the Aristocrat Team having access to the latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and whatever other unnecessary comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them. Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and team-based activity the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed.
particular series focuses on.

In older forms They are usually close-knit, either comprised only of media, [[SuperFamilyTeam members of their family]] ([[RoyalInbreeding perhaps for generations]] [[FollowInMyFootSteps to come]]) or people that bought their way in [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob for fun]] and/or an [[NonIdleRich endgame]]. They have access to the hero team being royalty latest in tech, armor, weapons, {{Super Serum}}s, training facilities and capitalists were commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, at worst the {{Token Evil Team|mate}} ready to betray the rest of the good guys at whatever any moment.comforts [[CrimefightingWithCash their wealth]] and influence can afford them.


All of this gives them an advantage against any CorporateSponsoredSuperhero controlled by their [[TheTeamBenefactor financial overlords]] or RagtagBunchOfMisfits who have to improvise their equipment and techniques.

Often times their ranks are swelled by {{Smug Super}}s and {{Super Supremacist}}s, [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero acting callous and unconcerned with those they deem of a lower class or lesser genes than they]], maybe even ignoring them entirely. Infighting and the occasional WhiteSheep is inevitable. Thus, an occasional SpoiledSweet character or a PrinceCharming is possible as a TokenGoodTeammate.

In settings like Medieval Europe or Japan this can be justified as the caste systems there make it unlikely that commoners would be traveling or armed (either due to law, custom and/or economic unfeasibility).

The hero team being royalty and capitalists was originally commonplace. In modern times, they are at best an AntiHeroTeam, their snobbery posing them as {{Privileged Rival}}s to the MainCharacters who are likely to commoners more relatable to the target audience.



* ''WesternAnimation/ShrekTheThird'' features a group of princesses.
* ''Disney/TheSwordInTheStone'', Arthur's knights are the sons of existing land barons that work their way up from page to squire to knight to earl, proving worthy to inherit a fiefdom.



* Implied in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'':

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* Implied It is stated in the background of ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'':''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'' that the titular organization was founded by a group of rich individuals. They may not all be {{blue blood}}s but they do act the part. "manners maketh man" and all. In the words of Harry:



* In ''Literature/ReflectionsOfEterna'', there are no truly permanent character groupings, as allegiances and locations shift constantly, but given how the vast majority of the series' protagonists are noblemen descended from ancient bloodlines, nearly every transient team-up technically is an aristocrat team.
* ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'': Sir Percy Blakeney aka The Scarlet Pimpernel, who saves the French (mostly aristocrats) from the guillotine during the Revolution, recruits members of his secret League from the British nobility.

to:

* In ''Literature/ReflectionsOfEterna'', there are no truly permanent character groupings, as allegiances and locations shift constantly, but given how the vast majority of the series' protagonists MainCharacters are noblemen descended from ancient bloodlines, nearly every transient team-up technically is an aristocrat team.
* ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel'': Sir Percy Blakeney aka The Scarlet Pimpernel, who Pimpernel saves the French (mostly aristocrats) from the guillotine during the Revolution, and he recruits members of his secret League from the British nobility.





* A KnightTemplar originally was commissioned to rebuff the Saracen incursions into Europe, and safeguard the Temple of Jerusalem for Christians. Though barons and marquis and earls were more administrative / managerial posts, they could be deployed as ranking officers in the King's army if need be.
* There is countries which have Noble Guards, whose members can exclusively be recruited among nobility.

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* A KnightTemplar UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar originally was were commissioned to rebuff the Saracen incursions into Europe, and safeguard the Temple of Jerusalem for Christians. Though barons and marquis and earls were more administrative / managerial posts, they could be deployed as ranking officers in the King's army if need be.
* There is are countries which have Noble Guards, whose members can exclusively be recruited among nobility.


** ComicBook/TheIlluminati is composed of high-ranking members or the Marvel Hero community with far-reaching resources, either being incredibly wealthy ([[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark/Iron Man]], ComicBook/ProfessorX, [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] and ComicBook/DoctorStrange) or members of royalty (Prince Namor the ComicBook/SubMariner and [[ComicBook/BlackBolt Blackagar Boltagon]]). The secret society is formed to discuss threats that could plague their planet and silently deal with them in their own terms.

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** ComicBook/TheIlluminati "'ComicBook/TheIlluminati'' is composed of high-ranking members or the Marvel Hero community with far-reaching resources, either being incredibly wealthy ([[ComicBook/IronMan Tony Stark/Iron Man]], ComicBook/ProfessorX, [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Mr. Fantastic]] and ComicBook/DoctorStrange) or members of royalty (Prince Namor the ComicBook/SubMariner and [[ComicBook/BlackBolt Blackagar Boltagon]]). The secret society is formed to discuss threats that could plague their planet and silently deal with them in their own terms.


** In ''ComicBook/{{Inhumans}}'', the race is a monarchy whose most powerful members are its royal family and are usually seen working together to fight a common treat.

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** In ''ComicBook/{{Inhumans}}'', the race is a monarchy whose most powerful members are its royal family and are usually seen working together to fight a common treat.threat.

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