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posted 14 Feb 2006, 23:02 by Egaragoras, Candidate

They had had a sexual relationship. I thought this was fairly evident even in the first book-- the events in TTT (namely Cnaiur's rape of Conphas and the end scene) just make it explicit. The kiss was likely BOTH a means to an end and a product of his true feelings. Without this paradox born of Cnaiur's insanity, Moengus would have realized what Cnaiur intended before he was murdered. Cnaiur's mental state allowed him to act essentially on a whim, making his actions unpredictable and unreadable. view post

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