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The Inchoroi and the Sranc posted 22 Feb 2004, 23:02 by Priest, Candidate

What do we really know of these peoples? Can someone please give a bit of a summary of what we have learned sofar? How powerful are they, and what powers do they have? What appear to be their aims? How many are still left? About the Inchoroi in particular I'm wondering what they look like (it's been almost a year since I read the book and can't recall of there was a description). view post

posted 23 Feb 2004, 19:02 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

So far, precious little. This changes in a big way in TWP, however. Lotsa juicy little revelations (he says, cackling and rubbing his hands in glee)... view post

posted 23 Feb 2004, 20:02 by Mithfânion, Didact

I saw in the appendices that the Nonmen weren't able to communicate with their enemies until the Inchoroi "birthed mouths". I find that highly intriguing. Also interesting to note that the Nonmen in their own capital speak a different language from those in other parts of Earwa, that is unless I misunderstand the appendices at that point. Kind of reminds me of Minas Tirith, capital of Gondor, were Quenya (High Elven) was still spoken whereas it had vanished almost everywhere else, certainly among mortals.[/i] view post

posted 13 Jun 2004, 09:06 by Scytale, Commoner

I've just finished reading the UK edition, and it didn't have any appendices apart from the faction guide and the maps. Is this something that was chopped out of the UK edition? I don't remember hearing/reading anything about the Inchoroi at all... :( view post

posted 07 Jul 2005, 14:07 by Jora, Commoner

I decided to give this ancient thread a bump because I would like to know the answer to Scytale's question. I have the UK paperback edition of TDtCB and the Canadian paperback of TWP and they don't seem to include all the information some people have talked about. Could the [i:ob1qsouy]World[/i:ob1qsouy] section of this site be updated so that those who don't have the complete appendices would get to read them too? view post

posted 11 Jul 2005, 18:07 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

That's a good idea, Jora. Remind me again at the beginning of August (when I'll be finished revising TTT) and I'll see if I can't get the material for Jack, who's in the process of redoing the Prince of Nothing site right now. view post

posted 11 Jul 2005, 19:07 by Mithfânion, Didact

Jora, It's true that the Canadian edition of The Darkness contains some appendices info that is not included in the UK edition ( I don't know about the US). Anything in particular you're interested in right now that I should look up? view post

posted 11 Jul 2005, 20:07 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I can say that Scott's site will have the appendices online, and we hope to dramatically expand the world section of Three Seas in the next couple of months. This will hopefully include appendices and an atlas. view post

posted 12 Jul 2005, 09:07 by Jora, Commoner

Sounds great! Mith: No, nothing in particular. But thanks for being ready to help! view post

posted 07 Nov 2005, 23:11 by shockwave, Candidate

What appendices is everyone talking about? They are not in my editions of the books (except the short one, without anything on Non-men etc) Its the same as the one on the pon site, so i wonder how i could get a look at the [i:2zmjdqm0]other[/i:2zmjdqm0] appendice that there is out there.. view post

posted 08 Nov 2005, 15:11 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

I think they're referring to the Encyclopaedic Glossary at the end of TTT, shockwave. I think. view post

posted 08 Nov 2005, 16:11 by shockwave, Candidate

Oh ok, tnx Mr.Bakker. But then that would be the copy that White Lord read in advance, because the book isnt officially published yet, right? Id slap myself silly if it do is already published and i dont have it yet :P view post

posted 09 Nov 2005, 14:11 by Cu'jara Cinmoi, Author of Prince of Nothing

Yeah. When I realized Whitelord knew the world better than I did (!!), I asked him if he would proof the appendices to TTT, which is out this January. view post


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