So in my Web Novel I am attempting to create the most complicated and convoluted Royal Family succession Arc in existence. As my story takes place in a Fantasy world that is the equivalent to the 21st Centuries in our World in a Kingdom that is vaguely similar to America in our world, but only vaguely, as the Kingdom exist on a continent that is still 95% unexplored due to the monsters to the west of the Kingdom Borders being unbelievablely powerful that even advance magic firearm in our and my. World will do squat to the average monster beyond the Great Walls protecting the Kingdom from the Ethereal Wilderness of the Dark Continent. So my Kingdom like America has a vaguely similar exceptionalism mindset about themselves for being able to survive on this continent as the biggest power that border three weak neighbors and being one of the top Great Power internationally. But all this is just basic background information that you don't need to know more. As what I want to ask is do you think these rules for succession in the royal family are stabilizing or destabilizing to the Kingdom situation? Do you wish to be born as a twenty first century fantasy royal with these rules? The modern rules for Succession to the throne of the Kingdom are as follows. 1. Only 'The Strongest' Heir can succeed the Throne and the strongest is decided either by a Judgement Duel, Royal Tournament, or Personal Achievement. 2. Only Royal Children born with magic can succeed the Throne so any other forms of supernatural power like Aura, Psionics, Grace, etc are out of the question. 3. Only legitimate children of the Royal family with two royal parentage having the title of Queen/King and Royal Consort can they be a candidate to ascend the Throne. So all concubine or mistress Children's are bastards with no royal claim. 4. There must be six or more qualify candidates for the throne to start a royal tournament and so to participate as a qualify candidate in the Royal Tournament they must have a noble faction comprising of 30 nobles on there side otherwise even if they are a legitimate royal Heir they will have to forfeit there right to the throne. But if there is an legitimate royal heir that has a majority of the nobles on there side on there side then that heir will be given the title of crown prince. 5. If there is a crown prince or princess, but there still being apparent legitimate royal heirs they hold the right to challenge him or her to a Judgements Duel and try to sway the noble majority to there side by proving that they are stronger instead of the crown prince or princess that last until the day of his coronation. 6. If there is only one apparent legitimate royal heir then he will succeed the throne by default, but if there is two to five apparent legitimate royal heir and neither has a noble majority faction, but not enough for a royal tournament being hosted that require six or more qualify candidates then succession will be decided by there personal achievements at monster slaying beyond the Great Wall in the Ethereal Wilderness. 7. All candidate that forfeit there right to the throne and bastards with no rights will either have to commit suicide, marry a commoner, adopted by a noble family, or sent beyond the Great Wall in the Ethereal Wilderness to claim land from the monsters for the Kingdom and if successful in there endeavor plus raising a settlement then they can be made into a non-hereditary noble with no relation to the crown, but depending on personal achievements and loyalty they can be rewarded with a hereditary title and govern the land. So do you think these rules are crazy and do anyone of you wish to be born into the royal family with these rules. P.S. Why Magic is the prime determining factor for royalty is because once an heir become the Monarch they will need to be able to wield magic in order to activate [The Throne of Democles] to protect and expand the Kingdom as a True Monarch.