That's actually kinda stupid if you think about it. I'm willing to accept that but there's a limit to how interesting Royalty can be if there isn't a bit of structure to it.
Royalty is like the opposite of the Elder Gods. The Elder Gods are incomprehensible bullshit and even vaguely brushing near them only leads to madness. And let's be honest here, madness gets kinda random and boring especially when we don't bother explaining anything about the Elder Gods or their incomprehensible motivations. Royalty being incomprehensible bullshit but for enlightenment kinda loses it's appeal if there's no practical presence in reality and will get boring if we cannot explain the qualities of those who reach Royalty.
I'm not saying that we need to be able to map the paths to Royalty. Nor am I wholeheartedly excluding a guy like Bombadil into that club but in Bombadil's case he feel like a wildcard and bad example to use. We would be better to use the examples of the Buddha or Delirium from Sandman or Lucifer at the conclusion of his comic as POSSIBLE candidates for Royalty than a guy squatting in the woods who doesn't care about anything.>>106271331
Solomon says to Zaid Zoss achieved Royalty and continues to seek it. I felt like Hansa was frequently in a state of enlightenment and always near Royalty.
I suppose this isn't all that important. The important thing is that for the purposes of the story setting the characters universally respect the concept and parts of Royalty, True Royalty, and that Royality itself is at the same time nothing and everything. And given that YISUN was the king of all bullshitters the confusion and uncertainty about Royalty is probably appropriate as its true meaning shouldn't be defined.