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a follow on to prince of nothing? posted 15 Jan 2007, 23:01 by kaboom80, Commoner

Hi, just wondering if you are doing a spin off story line or [ossibly another continuing stiryline to the rpince of nothing... thought the trilogy was fantastic but keep on thinking that it isnt the end... any info would be gratefully recieved. view post


posted 16 Jan 2007, 00:01 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

That is a commom question, yes the story will be continued in the book The Aspect-Emperor and in one or two sequential books. view post


posted 19 Jan 2007, 00:01 by Entropic_existence, Moderator

[quote="Warrior-Poet":2cqplzff]That is a commom question, yes the story will be continued in the book The Aspect-Emperor and in one or two sequential books.[/quote:2cqplzff] To elaborate on that Aspect-Emperor is supposed to be either a duology or trilogy. So there will be plenty of new material coming from Scott in this series. view post


posted 26 Jan 2007, 19:01 by Whiskeyjack, Candidate

I just finished reading The Thousandfold Thought. I think Scott's trilogy is an example of just how mature fantasy and its fan base has become. I thank-you Scott for once again taking the genre to a higher level. One of the most intriguing parts of the whole trilogy for me were the dream/nightmares of Akka as Seswatha. The imagery produced shivers. I would like to see Scott do a prequel to the PON series. My question though is this: What is the significance of Akka's final nightmare when the king does not pick up the heron spear? Is what comes after actually having an effect on what comes before? view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 02:02 by Alpha Crow, Candidate

Yeah, the dream sequence is particularly awesome. I love the "What do you see" "I must know" part, shows the hunger of the No-God. Curious as to what he really is view post


posted 07 Feb 2007, 19:02 by Whiskeyjack, Candidate

I agree. The hunger of the No-God is an intriguing and surprising characteristic. I'm also curious as to what the Heron Spear is? It shoots rays of light, like a laser? And where is the carapace of the No-god now? view post


posted 07 Feb 2007, 23:02 by anor277, Didact

[quote="Whiskeyjack":1yqgbsqi]I agree. The hunger of the No-God is an intriguing and surprising characteristic. I'm also curious as to what the Heron Spear is? It shoots rays of light, like a laser? And where is the carapace of the No-god now?[/quote:1yqgbsqi] The Heron spear certainly sounds like a gigawatt laser; after all the Inchoroi were a starfaring race. As to the carapace of the No-God, somewhere in the novels (the council after Kellhus was put on the tree?) Achamian mentions that the Consult were able to gather the No-God's "accursed" remains after Mengedda - quite possibly these remains included the carapace. view post


posted 14 Feb 2007, 14:02 by Curethan, Didact

Any news, rumours or lies regarding progress on AE? What about the status of Neuropath? view post


posted 09 Mar 2007, 19:03 by Mithfânion, Didact

Hopefully Scott will see fit to post a reply on that soon. It's been an awfully long time. view post


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