The game continued with the "Kingdom" theme from Myke's Dynasty.
Geran, Kevan, Lyndse, Néa, Rod, Royce, Squirrel.
[Faction Action ] (Kevan, 05/22/03) Established three factions in government: Loyal, Rebel, and Other (for those who aren't loyal or rebel).
[Robin Hood ] (Royce, 05/26/03) The Rebel faction got to choose one person as "Robin Hood," who could, once a week, take 25 gold from one player and give it to one other player, other than himself/herself. Royce was the [first Robin Hood ] in BlogNomic. The position was later [changed to Highwayman ].
[Revolution! ] (Kevan, 05/27/03) If the Rebel faction has more gold than the Loyal faction, a Rebel player can call for a revolution, suggesting a new Emperor; if all of the members of the faction agree, the government is overthrown and the chosen player becomes the new Emperor.
[Bonus Words ] (Royce, 06/03/03) The Empress (or Grand Vizier, if the Empress delegates) designates a "bonus word" each week, and players collect 5 gold for using the bonus word in their personal weblog.
[Disorganized Coup ] (Kevan 06/09/03) More a wake-up call than anything else, this proposal called for a new emperor randomly chosen from those who vote in favor of it.
[Boom! ] (Royce, 06/10/03) Probably the most creative way to end a dynasty, this created an atomic bomb that would count down from thirty until it reached zero, going down by one for every two days that no-one posted a proposal. It helped to alleviate the boredom that came over BlogNomic during the summer, and continued to tick its way to destruction throughout this Dynasty and the next.
[Questioning Loyalty ] (Geran 06/10/03) Allowed the Empress to call someone's loyalty into question and move them to the Other faction from the Loyal faction. It was partially a responce to Disorganized Coup.
[Swapping shirts ] (Kevan 06/20/03) Swapped the faction affiliations of Loyal and Rebel faction members at the end of a dynasty.
Kevan, who felt that things were "feeling increasingly stale and unexciting," [changed his allegiance] from the Loyal faction to the Rebel faction, giving the Rebels a significantly larger treasury and sweeping Geran into power.