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    My dear uncle Conrad.
    He loved that square-eyed helmet so much he'd rather wear it than a state-of-the-art helmet the Byzantines gifted him. He also liked wearing orange. Conrad preferred to use his sword two-handed, but for the purposes of this illustration I gave him a shield.
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    It is a modified nasal helmet. He commissioned it after he became king and there's an emerald set in the centre. After his death he left it to me, I wore it to remember him. I left it to my eldest son but don't know what became of it afterwards.
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    Recently I've been looking at Fritz (medieval scribe PL)'s portraits of PLs + family. I like his art style and want to continue his project of drawing all my past lives. This is Henry.
    Portraits of some past lives
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    Unfortunately I do not know the French girl's name.
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    Friedrich #3 (the bust used to have a crown too but I guess it went missing)
    Them: how many lifetimes as Friedrich do you want?
    Me: yes
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    why worry about same face syndrome when you can worry about same name syndrome instead?
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    I'm assuming that Friedrich is just a super common name in general?
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    It didn't used to be, but I might have popularised it by being well known (according to the internet). It was a traditional name of my family, but then everyone wanted in as well. Fritz #2 (the Prussian)'s family also used the name frequently, probably to copy the old kings back in the day; Fritz #1 the East German was a coincidence. By this point Friedrich was quite common.
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    I also have quite a few Heinrich (Henry) lifetimes, because of being born into the same family. If you are wondering, I'm Friedrich I and II of the Staufer line. Hence the stamp that says "Staufer year 1977", in my other post. Not sure what they mean by that though. 1977? What happened then?
    Hi there, if you recall anything about Weimar Germany, the Roter Frontkämpferbund or East Germany please reach out! Would be interested to discuss.
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