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Kellhus' Story believable? posted 02 December 2007 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeKellhus' Story believable? by TheDarkness, Peralogue

Kellhus draws the attention of the Emperor early on in the Holy War, never a good thing. How long could he really last without someone finding out that he is not the prince of Atrithau. Also dont you think that a least one person in the three seas is from Atrithau or had a relative from there. Or at least heard stories about the ruling families that lived there and would realize that Kellhus' story is not true. Any thoughts? view post


Kellhus' Story believable? posted 02 December 2007 in The Darkness That Comes BeforeKellhus' Story believable? by professor plum, Peralogue

Nah, I don't think it's implausible. There is little trade between the North and the Three Seas.

Check out this dude:
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