King of Queen's
- Mar 4, 2011
Edict of Education: No
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The Shogun draws strength from his loyal vassals. And strengthening Regional ties helps unify daimyo who would otherwise be fractious. It is the duty of the honorable Roju to be the wise elders and field generals of our supreme commander, and it is the duty of provincial Daimyo like myself to serve as the officers under their command. That is how the nation draws strength, it is built upon the stones of the Provinces, which together with this legislation we can build up into the solid foundation of the Regions. Would you rather the Imperial Court try to run the entire nation from one city?I am confused as to why several Daimyo seem to think this Edict of Education is a wise idea. It is simply dividing the nation against itself and taking away power from Edo. Soon the Shogun and Emperor will not be able to run Nippon as the powers will have been thrown away to the Regional Daimyo. What worries me even more is that respected members of Unity & Honour are leading the call for support, men such as Lord Hideki and Lord Shizuoka.
- Daijo-Daijin Mori Takachika