Re: Consequence when breaking the caste taboo's in rokari society

From: vesa.randelin <vesa.randelin_at_GjKmsju8n_pTYpUjOEhLQYKJA7tI5UjnpSm6S7DC7ebpJqcfWqM2C0XFA4g7Do>
Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2008 19:32:21 -0000

I've come to think the fact, that actually the peasant rebellions in our own world were rarely just peasant rebellions. There were quite often some one or some ones from the higher class behind the rebells. For example replaced king might have tried to get his crown back with the help of a peasant rebellion. Also peasant rebellions were often used as help for a noble to gain more power. So im that way peasants surely might have gained better weapons, even swords.

I see then the possibility for this kind of a peasant rebellion in Seshnela too. I wonder if the nobles used peasants help when he decided to object king Guilmarn's claim for their land. Or were the peasant caste of Seshnela loyal to the king? I don't know much about kings politics and I am not sure if there even were any violent objections against him.            

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