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Some Shires have many subgroups, others have no subgroups at all. Hence the rider "may". Perhaps the sentence might be amended "It may not necessarily have any official subgroups." [[User:Paul Matisz]] 07/09/08 12:53 EST
 
Some Shires have many subgroups, others have no subgroups at all. Hence the rider "may". Perhaps the sentence might be amended "It may not necessarily have any official subgroups." [[User:Paul Matisz]] 07/09/08 12:53 EST
   
"It may be a usage thing, but when I read "may not" it means to me something has been forbidden. I will update the text in an attempt to make it clearer. [[User:CsikosLo|CsikosLo]] 22:09, 10 July 2008 (EST)
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:It may be a usage thing, but when I read "may not" it means to me something has been forbidden. I will update the text in an attempt to make it clearer. [[User:CsikosLo|CsikosLo]] 22:09, 10 July 2008 (EST)

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No official subgroups

Several of the entries here indicate "It may not have any official subgroups." I question the truthfulness of this for shires. I know of shires with colleges and strongholds in them -- in fact, I created some as a kingdom seneschal. Where is this referenced? CsikosLo 01:03, 10 July 2008 (EST)

Some Shires have many subgroups, others have no subgroups at all. Hence the rider "may". Perhaps the sentence might be amended "It may not necessarily have any official subgroups." User:Paul Matisz 07/09/08 12:53 EST

It may be a usage thing, but when I read "may not" it means to me something has been forbidden. I will update the text in an attempt to make it clearer. CsikosLo 22:09, 10 July 2008 (EST)