[Ansteorra] A question about freedom from the Western Region
kristi_johnson1972 at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 25 08:01:18 PST 2008
It has been a while since I filled out a memebership
form but I recall having to state what group I was a
part of and it was printed on my card. Now here is my
question. (I don't know whether my zip is Elfsea or
SLR this is just for discussions sake) Lets say I live
in the Shire of Loch Ruadh, I however chose to play
with DFT and enter Canton of Dragons Fire Tor on my
membership application. Does my membership count for
LR's numbers per the zip code or does it count for DFT
per my choice?
--- Sir Morgan Buchanan <morganbuchanan at hotmail.com>
> First... none of these actions mean that these
> lands are no longer part of
> Ansteorra, period, end of sentence.
> Mechanically, the zip codes are still in Ansteorra.
> The zip codes will
> either be directly associated with a new local group
> or they will be "free
> range" crown lands.
> Emotionally... one should play where one wants. My
> zip code today is in
> the Canton of Glaslyn, albeit on the very
> southernmost edge. But I've
> always played more specifically in the Barony of
> Steppes proper, and yet,
> I'm an officer in the Canton of Lindenwood. Me? I
> play in Ansteorra.
> These local groups are convenient administrative
> bodies, but it's the PEOPLE
> who engender loyalty and love. No change in group
> heraldry administrivia
> can change that.
> There have been many instances of a person moving
> from one group into the
> zipcodes of another group, but continuing to play
> and associate themselves
> with their old group, travelling back to see them
> constantly, and so on.
> It's all good. Nobody is trying to force anyone to
> hang out with someone
> they don't want to hang out with.
> Kind regards,
> Ansteorra mailing list
> Ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org
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