- May 16, 2012
Yep, tis a sad fate for all those not Roman/Greek. Wouldn't be surprised if even Italians get accused of treason, with the future war with Pisa that's gonna happen.
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Yeah, "claim"Scipions are Castillian-roman, but they claim to descend from the same Scipion "the Africanus", defeater of Annibal. More roman that that you cannot be
You know that nowadays nearly no family can trace back with certainty their nobilty earlier than the Xth century ? (except the Royal Families of course with the Capetians and thus Bourbons being at least nobles since Eudes who defended Paris in 885). So roman nobles, yeah of course
We all await Czoklet's post.Are all of those Senators arrested counted as dead or not?
If the Blues are all dead then it means that our successors are also politically dead for the rest of the IAAR. Who would ally with the men who claim continuity with traitors to the Imperium ?
Besides, I doubt that people who have the Emperor's blessing, and laymen in service to the Church, could possibly have a treason charge levied against them. I mean, Bubba isn't a convert. He was born into Church service and his brothers include an archbishop and a monk.
I don't agree with that. We, as senators of the imperium, could fight corruption.You do recall how Bubba almost died over a purple belt, right? This is a grimdark world. People dying over accusations will be common. The Senate will only become more corrupt as time passes.