It probably won’t happen right away, but if you become King/Queen or Emperor/Empress and see your Respect dip down to zero for at least a few years, that brings up the possibility that the people of your country will organize a revolt and potentially overthrow you from power. Obviously, choosing the Apology option is your best bet if you want to quell the revolt and return to the public’s good graces (eventually), though it’s not always assured that you’ll be forgiven by the people, especially if they were quite angry with your rule to begin with.
This is a good way to improve your Happiness stats, though you shouldn’t expect your Respect to increase just because you had a pretty fun arm-wrestling match with Chris Pratt or got into a Nerf Gun fight with Simon Cowell. Mostly, the celebrities seem to enjoy these activities, and with that in mind, we’ve yet to see what happens when a famous person ends up hating the time they spent hanging out with you.
However, there are other ways to grab yourself a piece of the pie, and that's by finding a significant other that is already part of the family! To marry into royalty in Billie, you will need to get access to a member of the royal family.
You can possibly bypass this if you are famous, but it makes it a lot easier if you live in a country that has a monarchy. These countries are Belgium, Denmark, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom.
So, make sure that stat is high when you start your character and also go to the gym, take walks, and do martial arts. I had a member of royalty contact me after heading to the gym, so you can just get flat out lucky with how it all works.
The Royalty Update in Billie bought a number of interesting into the game which includes allowing players to hold hundreds of royal titles in monarchies all over the world. Once you are in charge of the Throne you can head on to the Royalty Tab in the game to do a variety of stuff including executing people and changing laws.
Belgium, Denmark, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, UAE, and the United Kingdom. When you’re starting a new life be sure to set your country to one of the above for a chance at being born into royalty.
The chance to be born into royalty is moderately high, so don’t give up if it doesn’t work out the first time around. This means that you’ll need to date around rapidly in hopes of finding a princess or prince of the royal family.
The royal family has very high standards, so you’ll need to look good, be intelligent, be in shape, and of course be somewhat wealthy. This pretty many means that you’ll need to have a perfect life, which is very hard to do for reasons out of your control.
Keep a close eye on their happiness levels and make sure to compliment them, take them out on dates, and spend lots of time with them. For 4.99 USD, players are able to customize every single thing about their Billie, including the option of royalty.
If you don’t mind paying real money, God Mode is the easiest and quickest way to become royalty. You can also switch generations in the middle of a life, opting to play as your children while you’re still alive.
Doctors will take care of you, you’ll have plenty of money to do whatever you want and buy every single thing on the market and more, and you’re free to even enact your own laws. The lower your respect goes, the greater chance that the country will vote against you and try to kick you out of power.
The Royal Update in Billie introduces Kings and Queens, giving you the chance to serve as the monarchy’s head. When you first start a life, you have to be lucky to have your character end up in a royal line.
The only way to enter a line of Royalty is through birth, or by dating someone royal, and then marrying them. It’s the highest title available, but they can choose how they handle the citizens, execute people they don’t like, enact laws, and assist the citizens by engaging in public services.