I certainly did not prompt you to gain it for myself (but I'll take it!) And it has been given nod before back in May of 2021 alongside my Creek AAR of the time. In truth, it has been honored quite a bit for various things (notably both Richard of York and Margaret of Anjou on two different occasions for CWOW, and Richard even won in the Yayas.) But I shall take your challenge...or as you suggest...a problem.Huh...I won this I guess...
Prologue * * * St. Edmund’s Abbey, 1447 The Abbot Whethamstead moved briskly down the cold and damp hallway, his hands trembling and his heart certainly racing. The knock had come at such a late hour, who could it possibly be? He shuffled as...forum.paradoxplaza.com
Doesn't look like The Wars of the Roses has won yet, despite being 1000 posts long (exactly), across 60 pages of excellent writing and infuriating polticial intrigue while we live in hope for Henry Tudor to show up at the end and kill everyone.
So, back at you @coz1 . It is both a well deserved accolade, and your problem now!