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  • An Fhuiseog
    replied to Scion Eras
    Full detail:
    It's a compound, closest word in meaning to what Scion in the game evokes. Flaith = Prince/Lord/Noble, Bile = Scion, in the more down to Earth meaning or Champion. Combined: Flaithbhile = Lordly Scion, Noble Champion. Flaithbhilí is the plural, with bh added in front as it's after the genitive plural article....
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  • An Fhuiseog
    replied to Scion Eras
    The Easter Rising and the conflicts with Britain following would be limited game play wise I feel. To be in setting you'd have to go for a "slow burner/period drama" sort of a feel, which wouldn't suit an over the top heroic Scion.

    Perhaps the coming of the Normans, the "final" invasion group, the one not counted in the traditional invasions, reignites the old settler conflicts.

    Similarly the period around the Battle of Kinsale, itself a set of conflicts to decide the ownership of Ireland.

    Filleadh na nDéithe, Teacht na bhflaithbhilí...
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    Last edited by An Fhuiseog; 12-02-2017, 08:13 PM.

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