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Re: group size, status, was Principalities

Poster: "Greg Lindahl" <lindahl@pbm.com>

>      I'm not going to get into who done what, but the above is (IMO) a 
>      fairly good example for baronial vs. shire 
>      status.  A shire that expects to be around should go ahead and move 
>      towards baronial status; there's no reason
>      not to (except for the politics that this move would engender) and 
>      many reasons to do so.

We held the same discussion on this mailing list a while back -- and
there are many reasons why a shire might want to stay that way for a
long time -- Isenfir is 22 years old. And we give awards; my most
prized "cookie" is the Courtesy Bead given to me by the ladies of the
shire. A quick look through the mailing list archive ought to show you
quite a few postings from shire denizens about what they like about
shires. Some other kingdoms have quite a few provinces in them. If
you're going to rehash the discussion, you should remember that there
are two sides to it.

Gregory Blount

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