Corpora (was Re: Selecting coronets by rapier)
bmccrory at mercury.oktax.state.ok.us
Thu Oct 10 07:57:39 PDT 1996
At 08:38 AM 10/10/96 -0500, you wrote:
>> 2. General Considerations
>> a. Boundaries. Each branch must have established borders,
>> enclosing a single, contiguous area. At the Board's discretion,
>> exceptions may be made in the case of overseas areas dependent
>> upon kingdoms or principalities.
>> So the central/western principality, as proposed, would be the only
>> one of the three that COULDN'T go kingdom until one of the others did
>> first. Unless the Board were petitioned to change or waive the above
>> rule, and it seems to me unlikely (with no real data, of course) that
>> they'd go for that.
>Well that depends on interreptation though.
>The northern and southern/eastern groups would still be a single
>contiguous area, they would just be a little odd shaped.
>At least the last time I checked, East Texas and Oklahoma could still
This was in reference to the first proposed boundries. North - Nortern
region and Western region down to Bonwicke, South - Area south and east of
I-20 and I-35 basicly south of dallas and east of I-35. The Central would
have been everthing else from Tx - La border to Tx - NM border. This was
the division that sparked the question about what if the Central went for
Kingdom first. Now, in response to these concerns the current idea is a
I-35 split East - West with the North remaining the same.
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