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posts by Túrin Commoner | joined 06 Nov 2007 | 3

posted 06 Nov 2007, 21:11 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeSkaeos...huh? by Túrin, Commoner

Earlier in the book, I forget what chapter, there's a scene with Xerius looking over the city, his mother is there and starts screeching at him at some point and has to be restrained (I think she accuses him that his plan to destroy the Scylvendi is a play to kill Conphas). Anyway, in that scene we're told that the Emporer is an extremely paranoid man - that if two servants happen to lock eyes he suspects treachery and treason. Hence, it makes perfect sense that he'd suspect Skeaos - his plan has just gone awry, and he notices his Prime Counsul catching the gaze of the person largely responsible for causing his plan to go awry. Coincidnece? Not in the mind of a paranoid Xerius. view post

posted 06 Nov 2007, 22:11 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeSkaeos...huh? by Túrin, Commoner

Harrol, That does ring of familiarity, I think that's the precise reference I was thinking of. Though are you sure it was a Conphas thought and not narrarator? view post

White vs High ? posted 22 Nov 2007, 16:11 in The Thousandfold ThoughtWhite vs High ? by Túrin, Commoner

What is the difference between the White Norsirai and the High Norsirai ? view post


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