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The No-God posted 04 April 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtThe No-God by Curethan, Didact

Yah, I believe Khellus said that Moenghus had commited acts as he travelled the three seas that would damn him , and that was why he would ultimately ally with the consult.

Also, I was reading the glossary and was struck by a phrase there-in, namely "(the) soul that encounters him passes no further". It references the battle plain of Mengedea where the No-god was destroyed.
And the Scylvendi swazond are "believed by some to be the markers of stolen strength". Whether or not these things are relevant to the nature of the No-god is debatable, but I it might be part of where I get my crazy theories.
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