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> Pray forgive me, good gentles, but it was my understanding that the discussion of
> the 'P' was going to return to its rightful place on the 'P' list.  Anyone who
> wishes to may subscribe to it and exchange all manner of comments, vitriol,
> questions and so forth as they like, leaving this list free to talk about
> Pennsic, upcoming events, and medieval kites.  I'm not saying there shouldn't be
> discussion about the 'P', I'm just saying that there's a place set aside for it,
> and this ain't it.


> > good reasons why having a Principality would be fun; I for one think it
> > would be neat/cool/keen/<insert happy adjective of the month> to have
> > another set of crowned royalty in Atlantia; both for increased spiff,
> > and to reduce the burden on the Crown.
> >
> Forgive my intrusion,
>  I understand then, that a "portion" of the move to a -P- is for SPIFF?!?!
> Atlantia
> has long been a spiff Kingdom, I've been here to see spiff for 12 years!  What
> spiff
> is added by dividing our Kingdom?  Increased regionalism? Increased workload on
> heralds, marhsals, MOLs?
> Having not been a royal, I am not familiar with the overwhelming burdens that
> must be lessened.  Is it the Curia, the Kingdom Laws, the budget, or the
> traveling to events?  We established a small fund to help defray some of these
> costs with traveling, and it is also the occupational risk of *choosing* to
> fight in crown, or be a consort.  What burdens need to be reduced, by increasing
> the bureacracy?
> Returning to lurk...  constructive replies welcome, flames privately.
> Erlich
> The Prodigal Squire