NR - too much quiet

Michael Peters shdwstel at
Mon Mar 16 12:00:31 PST 1998

Karen Evans wrote:
>   I
> am always for growth, and I think that the Northern Region is getting
> close to the point of being ready to take that step.  But I feel like
> this movement has been going on under wraps so to speak, and I don\'t
> see any reason for that.  If this is going to happen, it needs to
> happen out in the open with everyone working toward the same goal, not
> behind closed doors to be let out a whole completed surprise.

Dear Tyrca,

 We haven't been forming a complete plan to spring on people suddenly. A
few friends have been discussing the POSSIBLILTY of a principality. I
too feel that the north is ready, but this has to be something that the
majority wants and we aren't really pushing for it yet.
> If we decided to be a Principality, there are some things we need to
> decide.  What would we call it?  What kind of arms would we submit?
> What would we call our Principality Newsletter?  How would we run
> distribution of the newsletter?  Who would be making those decisions,
> and how much input does anyone else have?
 The north has had a name NORDSTEORRA and an identity for quite a while.
As for developing arms, Why? when aren't certain we want to do this.
Decisions, newslatters etc. we are getting way ahead of ourselves. So
far this is simply What if?

Lord Mykaru Kurodachi
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