Post by X-Tir Moreth(Alexander) on Oct 20, 2016 13:38:56 GMT
No, not at all. I was planning to move my court to Nemeth and hold a court session there for 2 other parties (ToG, NSE). That plan is gone (damn you NSE ). Caerleon might do the same, but I do not know. On the plus side, I suddenly have a bunch of actions open in turn 8
I think you will know from rumors, decrees and news.
I don't understand, only 4/9 positions are taken, so... if Caerleon, Camelot, Mercia and Tir Moreth are added, that leaves 1 open.
Hmm... maybe there should be a way for two courts in the same province to work together on a court session, that way some of the pain can be spread around. I dunno, it seems a bit harsh for ST to AGAIN foot the bill - spending your entire turn on letting us do stuff.
Add in a probable NSE, a Dumonia that might not want to get left out, an Umbria, a Bayard, maybe an ET...
With those four, I can guarantee at least two more (or more) will show up. That's why I was concerned.
Post by SouthWestern Traders on Oct 20, 2016 17:27:53 GMT
At the current rate it looks something like this: 1. ST 2. NT 3. ToG 4. HS (Slavers) 5. Caerleon 6. Camelot 7. Mercia 8. Tir Moreth 9. Umbria 10. Bayard 11.
If I was to host it on my own.
Of course, I could move my court to any lvl 4 province where I have guild holdings if there was a landed noble willing to pitch in some court actions? (and that's before considering that either Dumonia or GLF could probably contribute if they so wished).
And this still doesn't invite ET, NSE, GLF, Nemeth, Dumonia or Gawant (or anyone else), all of whom may wish to attend, plus Umbria brings up a good point although it being a diplomatic event, I'd hope they can set aside their differences at that time and place, even if they are busy murdering each other elsewhere.