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The metaphysics of Eärwa - some thoughts posted 09 November 2008 in The Thousandfold ThoughtThe metaphysics of Eärwa - some thoughts by Mithfânion, Didact


Many good points made. Very illuminating, and you make quite a good case for most of your beliefs.

11 Chorae are embedded in his Carapace (TT, Gl. 'No-God'). The idea that this would be to guard some creature of flesh against sorcery is rather absurd - after all, we know that Chorae only work when touching skin!

Would Chorae not also ward off a sorcerous attack on the No-God in his carapace? I took the chorea to be there for protective measures, to block any attacks even if by not being able to touch an assailant it doesn't outright kill them.

Some questions posted elsewhere that I'd like to see your take on as well, if you'd like.

1) If the No-God is warded off from outside intervention, how is he to know what the Consult desires from him?

2) How can the No-God change the shape of The Outside?

3) What do you make of the fact that the only known weapon to him any harm is The Heron Spear, which is in fact an Inchoroi weapon? The Heron Spear being an original Inchoroi and thus non-sorcerous weapon would explain why it can harm the No-God, since the chorae cannot protect him from that. view post


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