In the case of Kinshra they were evicted from Falador and also from the mountains. (I'm pretending there's a massive mountain range that divides Asgarnia/Misthalin from Wilderness... It seems odd to have one mountain on its' own.) I believe this is cheap osrs gold makes Daquarius the leader of Kinshra, a marquess.
He is the lord of this title, which is logical. What is the reason Sir Amik considered to be a knight, even though Daquarius is a lord? What do you think? Would a knight really be allowed to rule a kingdom? Sorry for the non-related parts. I just copied and pasted it from a post that I wrote on RSOF.
I find the grave issue to be absurd. For those who aren't familiar with it, it's the argument that grave stones will not be blessed because people will steal your money. Ignoring the fact that pre 07 it was exactly that, but there wasn't the grace period of 6 minutes to pick up your possessions, I fail to see what the problem is.
One of the arguments that have been raised is that the arrival of new bosses does not necessarily mean graves. Are you seriously? Tormented Demons, an updated boss, came out in 2008. According to what I can tell, even if my friend and I bless each other (he blesses me, but the latter has not yet passed away) I can always return in three minutes. The whole argument about gravestone blessing is irrelevant. It doesn't really matter if your grave has been blessed. It's still possible to get back.
The Corpreal Beast on the other hand, has been specifically designed to avoid using the mechanics of a cemetery. I'm certain Jagex saw the error and was embarrassed by the bosses of care bears who created gravestones to avoid any chance. You have only two minutes to go back to old school runescape accounts for sale your stuff. It's impossible to leave the property prior to it becoming public loot.