Don’t capitalize king unless it comes immediately before the king’s actual name. Example: The current king is King Hrorek.
Never not sounds awkward (and is grammatically questionable), and I recommend changing it to always.
Don’t capitalize royal advisors or royal scribe.
The knights are slackers, the heirs are idiots, the king is always drunk, and the royal advisors have honestly just given up at this point. But as royal scribe, it’s your job to write a story that makes them all sound like the stuff of legend.
Trust me, a perpetually inebriated king, indolent knights, etc., are the stuff of legend… Just not the sort of legend they’d want to have starring roles in. 🙂