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Incariol, what does it mean? posted 29 September 2009 in The Judging EyeIncariol, what does it mean? by anor277, Didact

The Consult agents in Ishterebinth could also be skin spies posing as human slaves. Mind you, the idea that a skin spy could pose as a non-man is not inconceivable; no doubt it would be much more difficult for a skin spy to waylay a non-man, turn him off, and then assume a millenia-old identity, than to do the same with a human. Skin spies were able to replace humans with contemptuous ease (witness CnaiƱr when freed by skin spies from the Nansur, "Is it always this easy?"). view post


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