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Principalities and sizes of crowns
Poster: "Terry L. Neill" <Neilltl@ptsc.slg.eds.com>
Lance Harrop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Actually, I believe I said that Trimaris has only three baronies
>(actually, I thought it was four) therefore they do not need to be
>into principalities. Atlantia has thirteen baronies and a number of large
>shires, and could easily be organized into multiple principalities.
The West has three baronies in Central West and two principalities. The
Principality of the Summits in An Tir has only one barony.
I think number of baronies has diddly to do with whether to create
principalities. It sounds as if you are arguing that any time the barony
density reaches a certain point, a principality should result.
I think whatever it is that's creating the problem (yes, I do think it's a
problem) of <30 fighters in a Crown, in a kingdom with as many fighters as we
have, should be dealt with first.
I've no idea why Crowns are so small here. I've heard things ranging from "Too
Expensive" to "Not enough Time" to "Only the Really Good fighters should enter"
Oh, well, I did wander off-topic in that direction afterall. :-\
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