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A Divine Wind? posted 22 Jul 2005, 03:07 by Esmi, Candidate

Scott, on the maps we can see a huge mody of water to the West, has anyone tried to explore it? Is there something on the other side of it? Or is there perhaps some sort of phenomenon preventing it from being extensively sailed. view post


posted 02 Aug 2005, 14:08 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

Earwan's are a navel-gazing lot. But besides lacking the cultural impetus to explore, they lack the technological werewithal to manage the open seas. Which is OK, because Earwa is BIG... Leaving the rest of the world unexplored was actually a self-conscious decision on my part. In ancient times, roads ended rather than forming a self-contained network. The worlds of our ancestors were fenced by ignorance and mystery. One of the things I don't like about Martin's or Erikson's worlds is that they feel [i:j3byvvhq]global[/i:j3byvvhq], which is to say, modern. view post


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