- Jul 1, 2008
an entertaining bit of realpolitik there, Uffason's really are becoming socialised to the Byzantine way of doing things
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Politics is more complicated than the traditional Saxon way of settling disputes with axes. Aethelwulf is definitely better at it then his father.an entertaining bit of realpolitik there, Uffason's really are becoming socialised to the Byzantine way of doing things
Or the Emperor, or the Croats, or the Cumans.......Soon we shall be ready to take on Rum
Glad to see you are back in AARland. Your Vicky2 readers were getting worried about your absence.Wait - I go away for a month and a Turk is on the Throne of Constantine?!
Nicely written, however, and it looks like the Ulfsons have been able to take advantage of their neighbours' apostasy. The Saxons are now the last line of Christian defence in the East - an interesting twist!
Thank you for reading Tapscott, and for making your first post here. Welcome to AARland.I just read through the AAR then, and you now have me hooked. I've decided to suscribe immediatly. Keep up the good work!
They are getting used to it. It is just like home but with more sunshine and the requirement that you must bath more than once a year.even more politics ... nice to see our exiled Saxons taking so well to the expectations of their new lands
Absolutely. Something Aethelwulf can do, but that his father (Edward) would not have considered.Thats some quality intrigue
The balance of power between classes is always interesting, but especially so when you have rapid change undermining old assumptions of how society should work.that was nicely done, the idea of setting city against feudal lord is neat and a way to balance the power dynamics.
You can't beat the classics of british drama.as to the first line, well I've no right to complain ... I managed to slip 'infamy, infamy, they've all got it in for me' into my CK AAR
Like a bad supervillain in a chess-club.Now Hranislav is indeed a man of some contradictions, laying aside the obvious one I do so like the idea of someone being shy, cowardly and vengeful.
Well we wouldn't want to take too much notice of that western riff-raffRomulus Augustulus et al. must be turning in their graves