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Re: Principalities and sizes of crowns
Poster: Lance Harrop <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lady Annara, you 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.
Actually, someone here has argued that we need the underlying structure
of local groups before we create principalities. I'm just arguing that we
have that already, and I think your cases argue to, rather then against my
> 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 think Earl Dafydd has argued in the past that THIS IS NOT A PROBLEM
(tm) but only a case of Eastern Rite versus Western Rite and MidRealm
tradition. Atlantia has never had large Crowns, but we don't think of it
as a problem.
But you are right, that is another thread ;-).
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