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Re: Do we really need a Principality
Due to the lack of a good scribe program, I've added my exact thoughts
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Greeting Merry Rosers
I hope to see lots of good discussions about this topic, gentles.
For my answer, simply, NO.
We don't need to have a NEED to have a Principality. It seems that
everyone, particularly Duke Richard, thinks that we do.
**Must not have been following this too closely - I thought His Grace was
principalities would be FUN (remember Fun, guys?). I think there is a
lot of opportunity to make people's experience in the known world more
enjoyable through having multiple principalities in Atlantia.
By the way, being Con-P does not mean that you are Anti-Fun (I just
wanted to add that ;-)).
I am not trying to find problems with the Kingdom to justify the creation
**But he will list a few anyway, right?**
I think there are problems in Atlantia. Almost everyone I talk to does.
They don't all agree on what the problems are. In fact, many people are
diametrically (that's on opposite sides, Richard)
**damn, slamming a Duke - what's this society coming to anyway?**
opposed in their beliefs
of the Kingdoms problems. So it's almost impossible to argue
convincingly that a principality would solve the Kingdom's problems, when
people hold such differing views on what those problems are.
** Huh - no specific problems listed so far. Must be trying to kill this
as an issue.**
I think that principalities would solve some of the problems we have with
the Kingdom, or at least could solve them. But I don't argue that the
reason I support principalities is because there is some Need to be
I'm in it for the fun,
** Yup, denial sets in **
and the opportunity to fight in a coronet list ;-).
**Ahah! A coronet list, huh?**
So, anyone who thinks there is a need for principalities, and anyone who
thinks there has to be a need to create principalities, speak now.
got about a week before we get to the divisive issue:
** Nope, no need. Principalities are the first step to becoming a
kingdom. It would probably start a big fight over the name Atlantia too
- who gets to keep the name?**
Isn't there enough opposition to kill principalities, anyway?
** In only a week - gee, I wonder how I'm going to answer this with this
awful email program we're using**
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My apologies to those gentles who found this hard to read. I will do
what I can to improve on the method. Until then, A Toast To The Dream,