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Scope posted 04 Apr 2007, 14:04 by Inkorot, Commoner

[quote="Cu'jara Cinmoi":2gw21eq3]All I can say is that AE will put the [i:2gw21eq3]whole[/i:2gw21eq3] world into play. :twisted:[/quote:2gw21eq3] [quote="Cu'jara Cinmoi":2gw21eq3]Why is everyone so curious about Eanna all of a sudden?[/quote:2gw21eq3] These quotes from the Author Q&A board(specifically The Nonmen Quya thread) leave me to believe that through some eventual adaption of Inchoroi Tekne and sorcery, that maybe other planets or realms may be the backdrops for maybe the latter end of the new series. Possibly even the Outside can be traversed by a soul's essence. That quote leaves me suspicious of greater things but I wonder as to how it'd all fit, I'll have to sleep on it now though. view post


posted 24 Jun 2007, 05:06 by non-Ajencis, Commoner

I suppose anything is possible. The Ark came down, I guess it could go back up. Maybe Kellhus will eventually find himself at the Ark and power it up? Who knows? (Bakker, obviously, lol) I think, I hope, we will see more of the geography from the map in the book. Zeum...The deep Carathay Desert...parts of the Ancient North ( Orsi, Akksersik, the Great Kavarsus Range, maybe even Eanna?) Looking forward to traveling with these characters, and new ones across this world. I liked the Mediteraean vibe, but I also like the deep forests, mountains, steppe, and seas. ( maybe a chapter describing a sea voyage, and pirates??? That would be great!) I love the drama, the characters, but I also love the settings, and descriptions thereof. Maybe I am old, and falling into a love of travelogues...lol. view post


posted 19 Feb 2008, 21:02 by Trutu Angotma, Peralogue

[quote="non-Ajencis":2am59oxz]I suppose anything is possible. The Ark came down, I guess it could go back up. Maybe Kellhus will eventually find himself at the Ark and power it up? [/quote:2am59oxz] not likely, the ark was buried almost 3/4ths its length underground, which means many, many miles of earth would have to be displaced to raise it up. view post


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