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Re: group size, status, was Principalities
Poster: Dave Montuori <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > 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.
> there are many reasons why a shire might want to stay that way for a
> long time -- Isenfir is 22 years old...
> 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.... If you're going to rehash the discussion, you should remember
> that there are two sides to it.
Yes, there are two sides to this question (I'm an Isenfiri-in-Exile now
living in Stierbach and have been through both sides myself). The
difference appears to have something to do with the shire's psychological
proximity to baronies: how close by the members of each group think the
other group(s) is/are. Isenfir, when I lived there, was not "near" any
baronies; Stierbach most emphatically is, and from Jonathan's anecdote,
so are the groups in question there.
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