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I forsee a great synod for Angelina and her followers which exhorts their innocence. Then, near the end, some muscisians start singing purging hymns and pluck at instruments eerily resembling crossbows.
No, no, no, sending her to destroy the Horde is to great a honor for Angelina.
Allow her and her followers to lead a Holy War deep into Xenoi Gaul. She will surely emerge victorious!
Referencing this by any chance?
She travels with the speed of the plot! Seriously though, she was allowed to open the almshouse 10 years before current year - I think it's a sufficient amount of time considering the circumstances.The strong exception to this is that this supposed prophet of god seems to be getting around much more quickly than Catharism ever did.
My personal view on this is as such:
1. H-word spreads like culture in EU3, others may reform the usual way(rebels) or maybe there is a modded-in decision.
2. Synod and Trial?
Synod looks like the chances are for:
Trial will probably have a much smaller chance of Angelina getting out alive but if she is executed, she might be considered a martyr, which will significantly weaken Orthodoxy's position. (Some fanatic Angelodulists will even compare Angelina to Christ, and even more madness will follow )
- Declaring the new religion heretical,
- Declaring it a harmless deviation from Orthodoxy (Sophia is one of the Angeloi, after all. If one of this family will be named heretic, it may undermine the faith of the people.),
- Declaring it as the true dominant doctrine of the Christian world (unlikely, but still a possibility).
Of course, I have no real information, so it is only my guess.
She travels with the speed of the plot! Seriously though, she was allowed to open the almshouse 10 years before current year - I think it's a sufficient amount of time considering the circumstances.
To all who sent their submissions - I'll look into them today.
Maybe. But we only heard the official story, gained by torture from the various members of the Angelodulist sect, who each have their own view perspective. Also the Synod is a place for theological discussion, right? So maybe Sophia could be persuaded (or "persuaded") to renounce those of her doctrines which are most sticking out, in exchange for pardon (+some honorary post or other small concession from the official faith).... I don't think this is a "harmless" deviation ... This is not including her other radical views ... This can't end peacefully