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The plate is set... posted 23 December 2004 in Author Q & AThe plate is set... by Fell, Peralogue

Yes, I was curious about that myself. And I did really enjoy how he tied rhetoric in as jnan, very cool idea. One of my favourite chapters was when the nobles were trying to humiliate CnaiĆ¼r with the withered figure of his old war chief, and his retort demanded that they acknowledge that their narrowmindedness had assumed that their collective gestalt affected him. He was not affected, and it only made them look ridiculous in the end (with the aid of Kellhus, if I remember correctly).

I will need to re-read them all, too. I admit, lots of names, and I still get them mixed up occasionally. view post


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