Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Mistra » Thu Apr 19, 2007 5:59 am

i was sure rooting for that to happen :D, that still doesn't clear out the question of aiyse's connections to mother wyn.... KEY, NEXT DISCUSSION *pust on tinfoil hat to keep people from changing his mind*

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by michaelsuave » Thu Apr 19, 2007 2:18 pm

Wicketklown001 wrote:I wonder if these debates start simply in hopes that Fel will drop by and give a few more tidbits about the setting like this. :)
:shock:

:twisted: Its part of our highly developed pestering skills... passed down from generation to generation of forum fans, we have scientifically researched and modeled how many conjecture filled and speculative threads it takes before we get an answer from FEl and get him thinking about writing again. This has to be weighed mathematically against the RL (Real life*) factor, which has an exponentially negative effect on Fel's "T" (time to write*) but slightly increases Fel's "E" (escape from real life urge*).

On a side study, we the leaders of the off topic and several others are also working with the highly unstable elements of "B" (Beg*) and "A" (Annoy*). These threads are mostly filled with line upon line of "Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! and have the mixed effect of sometimes inspiring Fel, yet at the same time pissing off the all-mighty Spec. Though research, testing, and human studies still need to be completed, you will be able to read the finished product in the Scientific Journal of Bull Sh**... also known as fiferguy's and my posts... :twisted:

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New books! Yay! let the nagging begin! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do!...

True, I really have nothing better to do in my free time, I mean, what could be better than reading Fel's stories or being messed with by Spec? Thanks for the fun spec!

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Hearly » Thu Apr 19, 2007 2:22 pm

Mistra wrote:i was sure rooting for that to happen :D, that still doesn't clear out the question of aiyse's connections to mother wyn.... KEY, NEXT DISCUSSION *pust on tinfoil hat to keep people from changing his mind*
I do not think there is a connection at all, If I remember correctly from posts Fel made, they are tied to the GOG and not sennadar..

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Fel » Thu Apr 19, 2007 3:12 pm

michaelsuave wrote:
Wicketklown001 wrote:I wonder if these debates start simply in hopes that Fel will drop by and give a few more tidbits about the setting like this. :)
:shock:

:twisted: Its part of our highly developed pestering skills... passed down from generation to generation of forum fans, we have scientifically researched and modeled how many conjecture filled and speculative threads it takes before we get an answer from FEl and get him thinking about writing again. This has to be weighed mathematically against the RL (Real life*) factor, which has an exponentially negative effect on Fel's "T" (time to write*) but slightly increases Fel's "E" (escape from real life urge*).

On a side study, we the leaders of the off topic and several others are also working with the highly unstable elements of "B" (Beg*) and "A" (Annoy*). These threads are mostly filled with line upon line of "Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! and have the mixed effect of sometimes inspiring Fel, yet at the same time pissing off the all-mighty Spec. Though research, testing, and human studies still need to be completed, you will be able to read the finished product in the Scientific Journal of Bull Sh**... also known as fiferguy's and my posts... :twisted:

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by afrigeek » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:23 pm

Peter_Koopman wrote:
afrigeek wrote:Mother Wynn certainly only fits the profile of some serious meddling by the GoG.
This has been discussed before:
http://sennadar.plebian.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=814

But in the absence of any confirmation from Fel, the theory about the fates also remains just that: A theory.
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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by afrigeek » Thu Apr 19, 2007 8:25 pm

Hearly wrote:
Mistra wrote:i was sure rooting for that to happen :D, that still doesn't clear out the question of aiyse's connections to mother wyn.... KEY, NEXT DISCUSSION *pust on tinfoil hat to keep people from changing his mind*
I do not think there is a connection at all, If I remember correctly from posts Fel made, they are tied to the GOG and not sennadar..

Well I guess there is a reason for the tinfoil hat. No amount of posts about Mother Wyn not being connected to Ayise will change his mind :D
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Post by GloriousShamash » Thu Apr 19, 2007 10:10 pm

What if the solar wore a tinfoil hat and was working the crossroads? Could he beat a Prime then? LOL

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Fiferguy » Fri Apr 20, 2007 3:35 am

GloriousShamash wrote:What if the solar wore a tinfoil hat and was working the crossroads? Could he beat a Prime then? LOL
Maybe if we got her drunk... REALLY drunk... :twisted:

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by afrigeek » Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:09 pm

Fel wrote:Such conjecture. ;)


Any of the Elder Gods is more than a match for any Solar, anywhere, any time. So the whole Ayise vs. Solar thread is a moot point. Not only is Ayise stronger, but no Solar would dare even tangle with her, because she's a Prime.

But, it was fun to watch. ;)
You say *ANY* of the elder gods. Does this mean only PRIME elder gods or any elder God be they prime or not?

I assume though that the arrow fired by a solar can kill even a prime elder God should it somehow manage to hit one...
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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Fiferguy » Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:27 pm

afrigeek wrote:
Fel wrote:Such conjecture. ;)


Any of the Elder Gods is more than a match for any Solar, anywhere, any time. So the whole Ayise vs. Solar thread is a moot point. Not only is Ayise stronger, but no Solar would dare even tangle with her, because she's a Prime.

But, it was fun to watch. ;)
You say *ANY* of the elder gods. Does this mean only PRIME elder gods or any elder God be they prime or not?

I assume though that the arrow fired by a solar can kill even a prime elder God should it somehow manage to hit one...
Except the Gods aren't really on Sennadar. To kill a god, the Solar would have to travel to that god's home realm and do it there, which as we found out in the story, defines impossible. The Solar would get spanked.

Probably the only place that it would be possible would be in that area of the crossroads where demon and godly powers cease to function, near the core, where only Deva powers work. Even then though, the God is likely to send an avatar and not him/herself.

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by michaelsuave » Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:34 pm

Fiferguy wrote: Even then though, the God is likely to send an avatar and not him/herself.
But wouldn't an avatar formed by divine power cease to function that close to the core? I thought that is why people who were afraid of the gods or demons, or who were trying to hide out, lived in that section of the city... because even a god couldn't get them there? Only Fel and the shadow knows.

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Fiferguy » Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:39 pm

michaelsuave wrote:
Fiferguy wrote: Even then though, the God is likely to send an avatar and not him/herself.
But wouldn't an avatar formed by divine power cease to function that close to the core? I thought that is why people who were afraid of the gods or demons, or who were trying to hide out, lived in that section of the city... because even a god couldn't get them there? Only Fel and the shadow knows.

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You're right... sorry bout that. I haven't had enough coffee yet. ;) So the core would work.

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by michaelsuave » Sat Apr 21, 2007 3:29 am

Fiferguy wrote:
michaelsuave wrote:
Fiferguy wrote: Even then though, the God is likely to send an avatar and not him/herself.
But wouldn't an avatar formed by divine power cease to function that close to the core? I thought that is why people who were afraid of the gods or demons, or who were trying to hide out, lived in that section of the city... because even a god couldn't get them there? Only Fel and the shadow knows.

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You're right... sorry bout that. I haven't had enough coffee yet. ;) So the core would work.
He he. I got Fiferguy to admit that I was right and he was wrong... he he :D
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New books! Yay! let the nagging begin! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do! Is it done yet? Probably not, but I don't have anything better to do!...

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Re: Demon's Bane, Chapter 9 (SPOILERS AHOY!)

Post by Fiferguy » Sat Apr 21, 2007 3:46 am

michaelsuave wrote:
Fiferguy wrote:
michaelsuave wrote: But wouldn't an avatar formed by divine power cease to function that close to the core? I thought that is why people who were afraid of the gods or demons, or who were trying to hide out, lived in that section of the city... because even a god couldn't get them there? Only Fel and the shadow knows.

~Michael 8)
You're right... sorry bout that. I haven't had enough coffee yet. ;) So the core would work.
Only cause I hadn't had enough coffee...
He he. I got Fiferguy to admit that I was right and he was wrong... he he :D
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Post by Lochar » Sat Apr 21, 2007 4:01 am

Fiferguy wrote:
michaelsuave wrote:
Fiferguy wrote: You're right... sorry bout that. I haven't had enough coffee yet. ;) So the core would work.
Only cause I hadn't had enough coffee...
He he. I got Fiferguy to admit that I was right and he was wrong... he he :D
:P
Not like that doesn't happen most days anyways.

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