Aysle setting Q&A thread

Synarchist
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Re: Aysle setting Q&A thread

Postby Synarchist » Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:31 pm

Savioronedge wrote:
Synarchist wrote:Uthorian believed that the Torg was a gestalt/amalgamation being, not just of one High Lord and their Darkness Device but *many* potent beings. This raises a *ton* of questions to me that aren't really answered. ...


Have you read Old TORG's War's End?


You know, I *have* War's End but I don't think I ever finished it! Is there more information there?

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Re: Aysle setting Q&A thread

Postby Rabbitball » Thu Aug 15, 2019 4:04 pm

Synarchist wrote:
Savioronedge wrote:
Synarchist wrote:Uthorian believed that the Torg was a gestalt/amalgamation being, not just of one High Lord and their Darkness Device but *many* potent beings. This raises a *ton* of questions to me that aren't really answered. ...


Have you read Old TORG's War's End?


You know, I *have* War's End but I don't think I ever finished it! Is there more information there?


There might, rabbit, there might. :lol:
I, for one, don't consider it as dispositive on issues. There are things I would rather forget in it.
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Re: Aysle setting Q&A thread

Postby Wakshani » Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:30 pm

Yeah, War's End had … problems.

Lots and lots of problems.

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Re: Aysle setting Q&A thread

Postby Synarchist » Thu Aug 15, 2019 5:50 pm

Rabbitball wrote:
Synarchist wrote:
Savioronedge wrote:
Have you read Old TORG's War's End?


You know, I *have* War's End but I don't think I ever finished it! Is there more information there?


There might, rabbit, there might. :lol:
I, for one, don't consider it as dispositive on issues. There are things I would rather forget in it.


Yeah, this is why I never finished it. Seems like I need to go back and read it though, to keep me from asking what I *think* are insightful questions that actually already have answers haha.


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