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posts by Priest Candidate | joined 04 Feb 2004 | 11


posted 04 Feb 2004, 21:02 in Author Q & ADunyain by Priest, Candidate

Hello, new member here. I have but two questions sofar, pertaining to Kellhus himself. How does he hold up against the strongest of the Chisaurim or the strongest members of the Sorcerer schools? Also, how does he rank among other Dunyians? All in terms of ability, power, intelligence. view post


posted 04 Feb 2004, 23:02 in Author Q & ADunyain by Priest, Candidate

From all that I've read of WP sofar, it sounds like exactly the kind of book I'm hoping for, tackling all the major areas of interest. Would answering how he ranks among the Dunyians qualify as a spoiler too? view post


posted 04 Feb 2004, 23:02 in Author Q & ADunyain by Priest, Candidate

Lol! :D view post


On The Warrior Prophet posted 11 Feb 2004, 09:02 in Philosophy DiscussionOn The Warrior Prophet by Priest, Candidate

Scott, is there anything you can tell us about the book? Obviously you've already stated your dislike for spoilers, but still, any thoughts on the focus of the book? Any hints as to what we'll be seeing? If I may ask one specific question, any chance of seeing that ancient Nonman city that you mentioned? view post


posted 11 Feb 2004, 13:02 in Philosophy DiscussionOn The Warrior Prophet by Priest, Candidate

Lol by the way, if you just submitted the revised manuscript, that doesn't that mean the release will be later than third week of May? About what you said about it being banned, it makes it sound a bit as if we're talking about horror, like the book will gross people out. Is that correctly interpreted? view post


What are you most looking forward to? posted 14 Feb 2004, 21:02 in Author Q & AWhat are you most looking forward to? by Priest, Candidate

I'm curious about what people are most looking out for in WP and TTT. Could be something general, or perhaps very specific things? view post


The Inchoroi and the Sranc posted 22 Feb 2004, 23:02 in Author Q & AThe Inchoroi and the Sranc by Priest, Candidate

What do we really know of these peoples? Can someone please give a bit of a summary of what we have learned sofar? How powerful are they, and what powers do they have? What appear to be their aims? How many are still left? About the Inchoroi in particular I'm wondering what they look like (it's been almost a year since I read the book and can't recall of there was a description). view post


Cunuroi/Inchoroi numbers posted 05 Aug 2005, 20:08 in Author Q & ACunuroi/Inchoroi numbers by Priest, Candidate

Hello mr. Bakker, Could you say how many Nonmen and Inchoroi still exist at the time of the PoN trilogy? Roughly? Also, I was just reading the "Ballad of the Inchoroi" , you know "we are the race of flesh, we are tehe race of lovers" from the chapter start in TDTCB and I wondered, were there many Inchoroi when they first came? view post


posted 14 Aug 2005, 07:08 in Author Q & ACunuroi/Inchoroi numbers by Priest, Candidate

Hey Scott, I didn't ask about teh Chorae but thanks for the tidbit anyway ;) Second Mith's questions btw, but I have one of my won: In TWP the Old Father mentions a "Nin-Ciljiras". Is this a place or an important Nonman? view post


Bashrag & Achamian posted 14 Aug 2005, 07:08 in Author Q & ABashrag & Achamian by Priest, Candidate

Hello Scott, I have some small questions which I hope you can shed light on (others are free to give their interpretations as well of course). 1. What exactly are the Bashrag and what do they look like compared to the Sranc? I know that Wracu=Dragon, but Bashrag seem to be different from regular Sranc. In addition, how powerful are they? More powerful than Sranc but less than Wracu perhaps? How many are left at the time of PoN? 2. Achamian is a Mandati, I was wondering, within the hierarchy of that club, how powerful is he? Is he not as skilled as for instance Simas or Nautzera, or is he? view post


posted 14 Aug 2005, 11:08 in Author Q & ATTT cover by Priest, Candidate

Saw the cover Scott, looks great! view post


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