Reigns: Her Majesty
By: Devolver Digital
I’m sill missing some of the Reigns: Her Majesty deaths, but here’s where I’ll list all the ones I’ve found. If anyone wants to help fill in the gaps, feel free to do so in the comments section.
I can’t find any official names for them, I’ll just make my own.
There’s a death you can only get at the beginning of the game. I’m going to post it at the bottom of the page so everyone can decide for themselves if they want to be spoiled or discover it for themselves.
Release the Hounds:
This one’s pretty easy to get. Just drain the treasury!
Death by Riches:
This is the opposite. Your greediness has done you in. You have too much wealth!
Off With Her Head!
Make the townsfolk unhappy and you’ll meet your fate at the guillotine. Anyone else wish we could bring these back into fashion?
Death by Roses:
Make the people too happy and they’ll trample you to death in their adoration!
You get this by running your army down to nothing.
The army is too strong and the king locks you in a tower to keep you safe.
Burned at the Stake:
You get this by displeasing the Church, which is really easy to do.
I believe you get this one by maximizing the Church’s pleasure and then failing to give the Cardinal the chicken bone. You’ll then fail the Sainthood test.
The Mad Queen:
You get this by using random items too a few times in a row, even after being warned not to.
This is a special death triggered by a specific event. You need to allow the doctor to study some plants and they’ll end up strangling you.
This is a special death triggered by a specific event. Agree to share a drink with The Isle Queen and she’ll end up poisoning you!
Lose a duel and the owl will turn you to stone.
You die in labor, giving birth to your heir. I think this is triggered by getting pregnant before you meet the doctor, but I think I’ve gotten it in other ways as well.
This is a happy ending you get if you reign for 41 years (to get the Elder objective). At year 41, the king will ask you if you were happy. It seems you die and get this death whether you answer yes or no. Apparently, you need to use the pistol on the king if you want to survive longer than 41 years.
Hung Up to Dry:
When the pirate asks if you want to play pranks on someone, say “Well…” and then choose the General. You’ll be hung for treason.
Total Eclipse of the Heart:
Die under an eclipse and you’ll get this ending.
Use the Celestial Spellbook on the Cardinal and then tear the book up. This is how to answer: “What?” “Oh…” “I’ll try.” Basically, all left.
These next few happen when you die as a widow:
Lose all your money as a widow.
The army gets too strong and seized control while you’re a widow.
Get too rich as a widow.
I Am Groot:
You get this when you make the Cardinal Prime Minister and give him power. I think.
The Frog Princess:
You need to use the spellbook on the witch a few times, until she asks you if you want to learn animal magic so badly. Answer “Yes!” and on the next card, even though both answers are “What…” you may need to choose the left one. That’s the only way I got this ending where she turns you into a frog.
If you fail the coronation ceremony twice (at the beginning of the game), you get a new death and are exiled with only snakes as friends.
New deaths were added with the latest update!
You get this when you die while having an affair. The king catches you!
Helping the Poor:
After you change the frog back into a princess, one of the things she’ll tell you is that she’s been digging latrines for the homeless and says you should do the same. Agree and you’ll fall face-first into one and die in a pile of sh*t?
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