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The noble Lady Karen says that in her day someone who had been king
twice would have been killed at least once. I wish the number had been that
-- Duke G
To His Grace, the most puissant Duke Gyrth, from Ianthe greetings-
And I seem to remember that being on the throne was to die a
thousand deaths. Most of them in public.
There's more than one reason why those of us with less fortitude
never chose to pursue elevation from County rank. :)