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Incariol, what does it mean? posted 30 August 2009 in The Judging EyeIncariol, what does it mean? by anor277, Didact

Quote: "ThePrinceofNothing":3ulr43ra
Why wouldn't Akka pick up on the etymology of Cleric's name? You'd think that it would at least give him cause for consideration.

EDIT: Didn't see Curethan's post, second from the top, which I'm in agreement with. I find it hard to believe that, if Incariol is indeed Mekeritrig (or something other member of the Inchoroi), Achamian would allow such a fact to go unnoticed. The etymology and Seswatha's memories should provide him with enough information to deduct who Incariol is.[/quote:3ulr43ra]

I think that's the point. Achamian's internal monologue insists that he should know Incariol's identity. Incariol is a relic, and his martial and sorcerous prowess bespeak a famous "Name". I guess A. will find out soon enough. view post


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