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The No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs posted 07 July 2005 in Author Q & AThe No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs by Cynical Cat, Auditor

I was thinking about Mog-Pheru and the eleven barren years that resulted when he stocked the Earth. This is bad enough for humans, but for shorter lived animals it would have been devestating. As their are still cats and rats (not to mention horses, etcetera) around, this leads me two possible answers:

1) Only affected humans and Nonmen.

2) Had a limited area of effect (like say 2,000 mile radius centered on the Mog-Pheru). This would still make it bad, bad stuff, but explain why certain animals are still around.

3) Combination of 1 & 2.

Thank you again for your time. view post


The No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs posted 11 July 2005 in Author Q & AThe No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

Since the Nonmen no longer reproduce, it only affected humans. The idea has been that only the rare animal ever 'awakens' enough to develop a soul in Earwa, but that's not something I've ever explored to date. view post


The No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs posted 11 July 2005 in Author Q & AThe No-God and the extent of the Barren Wombs by Cynical Cat, Auditor

Ahhh. Linked to souls. That explains alot. Thank you. view post


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