Well, this can only be done in a select amount of countries, so you'll want to know exactly which ones, because becoming royalty will set you up with big cash and allow you to reign over the commoners in style. If you weren't aware, God Mod in Billie allows you to select the stats for your character when you create one, and also gives you the ability to make yourself born into royalty with any of the available titles you want.
When you select a country with royalty, an option opens up that allows you to pick your status: God Mode will unfortunately cost you some money to unlock, so if you don't have it, you're going to have to go the more traditional path to the crown.
Belgium Denmark Japan Jordan Kuwait Malaysia Monaco Morocco Netherlands Norway Qatar Saudi Arabia Spain Sweden Thailand UAE United Kingdom Starting a new life in any of the listed countries will give you a random chance to be born into royalty.
If you want a full rundown on how the entire process works, make sure to check out our other Billie guide on how to become a king or queen. Billie, the game where anyone can be anything, now allows players to become the king or queen of a country with a monarchy.
Once you choose the right country, you have to start new lives until you get lucky and are born into the royal family, or you can also try your hand at marrying into royalty. You won’t have much power to begin with, but keep aging up and soon enough you’ll be ready to rule.
Earls/Counts and Countesses are the middle of royalty, and your powers will start to have the greatest chance of going through. You’re starting to enter the upper echelon of royal titles and ranks.
For close to two years, Candy writer’s Billie has been immensely popular among iOS and Android gamers, and the game just keeps getting better. Based on what we’ve seen, the countries where royalty is an option are as follows: Belgium, Denmark, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom.
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.
As for situations where you get stripped of your title following a revolution, that’s pretty much it as far as being in control of your country is concerned. At the moment, there is no option to designate someone to take over for you as King/Queen/Emperor/Empress in the event of death or revolt, but we’re certainly hoping Candy writer adds such a feature in a future update, even if it’s a God Mode exclusive at the very least.
Being said that, it is not even that hard if you know the tricks to end up becoming a king or queen. One thing to note here is that you should choose a country that has a monarchy to be born in a royal family.
Such countries with monarchy include Denmark, Sweden, Barbados, and many more. Despite choosing these countries, chances are low that you are born in a royal family.
What you can do is start the game from fresh every time until you spawn in the family of a king. The other way is to marry a royal family member, and this can again be very tricky.
You need to head to the date section on the menu and expect that you might run into someone from a royal family or gets hit upon while in the gym.