Sunday, June 21, 2009

Nassau-Ringgworm auf dem Skree

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The Marquis needs an arch-nemesis to threaten his holdings on the Rhine. And after mulling over the options for a while, here it is. 

The Principality of Nassau-Ringgworm auf dem Skree, led by its ageing but wily ruler, His Excellency Matthias St. Hubertus von Loseth-Pfaffenhofen, Duke of Avenberg-Pfaffenhofen and Landgrave of Nassau Ringworm-auf-dem-Skree. 

More to follow once I work out how to introduce him into the story!


Bluebear Jeff said...

Yes, a villain is always useful in building a story. We are fortunate (if you may call it that) in being next to Stagonia . . . we can always blame things on those vile Stagonians (and we are almost always right).

-- Jeff of Saxe-Bearstein

abdul666 said...

Every war(gam)ing nation needs an enemy, every solo wargamer has to 'lead' at least two countries, and if playing Imagi-Nations enjoys two fields where to exercise his creativity.

Looking eaferly forward to discover Nassau-Ringgworm auf dem Skree!

Fitz-Badger said...

I agree. It's good to have 2 sieds and it can be fun to have an evil side. For me I decided to make neitehr of my 2 main sides, the Soweiter League and the Batrachian Empire, evil. Both have their good points. Both are doing what they think is right and I'm trying to make it possible to agree with either much of the time. When I want some real evil-doers that's where the Bossanovans come in.

(of course, Ringgworm can hardly be an auspicious name... hard to expect much good to come from such a place, eh?)