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posts by slh_2000 Commoner | joined 06 Jun 2007 | 7


will this be true of the sequel? posted 06 Jun 2007, 16:06 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Akka and Kelhus will be the Greatest Ordeal by slh_2000, Commoner

Tho it makes sense, do we know for fact that seswatha and the dreams will remain now that Akka has renounced his faith? And when the dreams chaged, isn't is possible (in theory) that perhaps the dreams were never accurate to begin with? perhaps Seswatha purposly corrupted the dreams to reach some other conclusion or perhaps to trick the Mandate into guarding the Gnosis? Not to say seswatha was evil, but perhaps just not completely truithful? view post


too curious... posted 07 Jun 2007, 15:06 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Akka and Kelhus will be the Greatest Ordeal by slh_2000, Commoner

I'll be curious to see if the dreams change only for Akka, and if they do, to what end? what of the rest of the mandate? Given the theory of deep hypnosis upon initiation, it stands to reason they will have the same dreams they always had while Akka discovers a new tangent that could be truth or a lie. Kellus promises truth, but is in fact a liar, so...damn! regardless, ths whole saga needs to be reread over and over! view post


posted 22 Jun 2007, 14:06 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Breaker of Horses and Men by slh_2000, Commoner

He'll be either stable in mind or a skin spy. either way, he MUST return! view post


oh yea... posted 12 Jul 2007, 17:07 in Author Q & AHow about a movie about Prince of Nothing? by slh_2000, Commoner

I and my friends who have read this have talked about this. We all agree that the only way a movie would work would be if it were CGI, NC-17 and utterly uncut. otherwise, it would just be a cheap hack and slash job of a movie. view post


posted 12 Jul 2007, 17:07 in Author Q & AHow about a movie about Prince of Nothing? by slh_2000, Commoner

heh, which i'd still go see... :P view post


not word for word here...but: posted 20 Sep 2007, 12:09 in Off-Topic DiscussionFavorite Quotes of the Prince of Nothing by slh_2000, Commoner

When one pisses on the water, one pisses on one's own reflection. view post


posted 20 Sep 2007, 12:09 in Off-Topic DiscussionYour First Time by slh_2000, Commoner

The first stand alone novel that officially set the bar for me was Imagica by Clive Barker. To this day, that bar has yet to be raised. The first series? A series called Mystic Worrior (15-19 yo). I can't recall the author. The second, the almighty Necroscope by Brian Lumley (20 yo to present). view post


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