I've thought about changing my name a few times, but decided against it. I'm afraid somebody will steal it.
We need to clarify that as senators, our characters would have no concept of "senatorial" or "pro-consular" or "personal" legions. There are just legions and their designed purposes. The legions belonging to Sirius, for example, would be considered legions that had some sort of ties of loyalty to him instead of the state. The assumption is that they would sooner follow directives of their commander than the state, but nominally every legions is supposed to also be loyal to the state secondarily. I really want us to stay away from terms like "senatorial legion" as a distinction from others in the Curia. Define what type of legion we're talking about by their purpose. A legion meant to defend a pro-consulate on the frontier, for example, would be understood and known as a pro-consular legion. We're mixing ooc terms into ic conversation.
Last edited by Pontifex Maximus; April 27, 2012 at 01:01 PM.
Anyway, I'm back now, but I'm going to take a break again. Over the next two weeks my activity will be extremely sporadic, Exams are coming closer and I just need a couple of weeks to get my head round revision and schoolwork. I apologise.
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Last edited by Lucius Malfoy; April 29, 2012 at 07:25 PM.