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It appears that, in [[Lochac]]'s future, it's entirely possible for there to be a "Southern principality", which could potentially include [[Innilgard]], [[Stormhold]], [[Krae Glas]], [[Arrowsreach]], [[Cairn Faill]], [[Iseldir]], [[College of St Monica]], [[College of St Bartholomew]], [[Shire_of_Bordescros|Bordescros]] and [[Ynys Fawr]].
 
It appears that, in [[Lochac]]'s future, it's entirely possible for there to be a "Southern principality", which could potentially include [[Innilgard]], [[Stormhold]], [[Krae Glas]], [[Arrowsreach]], [[Cairn Faill]], [[Iseldir]], [[College of St Monica]], [[College of St Bartholomew]], [[Shire_of_Bordescros|Bordescros]] and [[Ynys Fawr]].
  
The geography is there. The members are potentially there. It's only a matter of time...
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Having been mooted at a low level a number of times, there was a meeting to discuss this proposal at "The Great Southern Gathering", held by Arrowsreach in October 2009. Consensus appeared to be that a Southern Principality was likely and desirable in the long term, but many short term issues needed to be addressed first, particularly the depth of personnel to run the extra Coronet events that would be required each year.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 10 October 2009

It appears that, in Lochac's future, it's entirely possible for there to be a "Southern principality", which could potentially include Innilgard, Stormhold, Krae Glas, Arrowsreach, Cairn Faill, Iseldir, College of St Monica, College of St Bartholomew, Bordescros and Ynys Fawr.

Having been mooted at a low level a number of times, there was a meeting to discuss this proposal at "The Great Southern Gathering", held by Arrowsreach in October 2009. Consensus appeared to be that a Southern Principality was likely and desirable in the long term, but many short term issues needed to be addressed first, particularly the depth of personnel to run the extra Coronet events that would be required each year.