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posted 08 Feb 2006, 17:02 by Mithfânion, Didact

[i:2qzaaauy]And there are very real consequences for the kind of life anyone leads, whether they think themselves innocent or not. This makes 'saving one's soul' a very real dilemma, with very real motivational power. [/i:2qzaaauy] Thanks for that little explanation Scott, it makes the Consult's motivation more believable for me, less vague. I know we are told in the book that this is because they believe themselves to be damned if they don't, but to learn that there actually [b:2qzaaauy]are[/b:2qzaaauy] consequences in Earwa (and thus their fears are grounded) makes a world of difference. view post

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