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Poster: "Heather Swann" <email@example.com>
Dave Montuori <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jonathan writes:
> > I know for a fact that Crannog Mor was convinced that they couldn't
> > give Shire-level awards because everybody _knew_ (unproven, mind
> > you, but knew it anyway, BECAUSE OF LOCAL PERCEPTION) that shire
> > level awards didn't exist.
> That isn't just local perception. I was OUT AND OUT TOLD that
> Stierbach could not create "Shire orders." Not just that we
> couldn't register their names, they were NOT ALLOWED TO EXIST. Period.
> > But the point is this: a shire doesn't have any mechanism in place
> > for recognizing its subjects for meritorious service outside of
> > itself...
> Got *that* in one.
> > Maybe a Shire needs a direct representative to the Kingdom just like
> > a barony does. I don't know if that would do it, but it's somewhere
> > to start.
When I was seneschale of Isenfir I was told the same thing about shire orders
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