Once this current war is over, I should have an update going over Europe and Italy in more detail, but as of now the Papacy is essentially the nominal head of the Italian Confederation. On the surface this should give it more influence over the other states of Italy, but the real power behind the Confederation is the Kingdom of Lombardia-Piedmont, resulting in an awkward balance between the two.Well, that was opportune Can't wait to read it! We need Flosgon78 to ask more often, it seems!
By the way, any idea of how the Papacy is doing? I know its still early, but it will be interesting to see how the Pope being the President of the Italian Federation will influence the Papacy's response to liberalism and the like (highly doubt that the Church suddenly goes full-on Liberal. But its likely going to be much more willing to engage with liberalism, even if it will likely continue to be hostile to radical leftism and the like.
Thank you very much!I would think that Kastellorizo would be more important to the Greeks than Sazan as apparently, about 10,000 people will live on the island around the end of the century. That said, I could just be overestimating how much the Greeks would care. Also, I wanted to tell you that I have really enjoyed this story, and you have inspired me to learn so much more about Greece. Thank you for that Earl.
I'll admit it isn't a perfect comparison as Greece definitely has more of a reason to exert its authority over Kastellorizo as opposed to Sazan.