Discussion in 'Fall from Heaven Lore' started by Unirid, Oct 20, 2009.
Arthrendain: So what if I stole his secret formula?
Alazkan: knock knock
LoL dont know why but for some reason that one tickles me
Corlindale: I'll see peace back in Erebus if I have to kill all you bastards with my own bloddy hands!!!!!!
Mardero: I'm so pretty, oh so pretty...
Teutorix: (to Chalid) Ever read Twilight?
Chalid: Go away, I'm in my midmorning brood session.
Teutorix: [Insert long rant about how Twilight is a good book]
Chalid casts Crown of Brilliance on Teutorix.
The One: Why does the WorldBuilder have to be so slow?
I repeat my earlier statement.
"Well, now that you ask, I'm not enjoying being on Erebus as much as I thought I would. I really had it better than I realized back there."
"RRRRAAAAUUUUUUGGGGGHH-oooh, kitties! "
"Y'know, baby, I've got more than one club that contains the souls of a thousand demons..."
"I am the Lord of Darkness
I require the solace of the shadows
And the dark of the night
Sunshine is my destroyer...
All this shall change...
Tonight, the sun sets forever
There shall never be another dawn."
(from the track "Wolfpigbearwolf")
“Monkey Island 6 is being made by LucasArts!” – Guybrush Threepwood explaining to Kael why he’s leaving the world of Erbus.
I wouldn't be surprised at all to hear Chalid say that, so long as we are talking about a young Astrakein who has not yet met Varn Gossam and seen the light. I don't have a lot to back it up, but I've always assumed that Chalid was a very wicked man before he saw the light and repented. His tattoos and summoning ability could be explained by being a former member of the Emrys, the Cult of Ceridwen, which is a faith darker and more devoted to destroying the world than is the Ashen Veil. Had he never met Varn, he might have gone on to be an Eater of Dreams. Or maybe he was just an assassin sent to kill Varn before he found the Mirror of Heaven and established the doctrine of the Empyrean. His tattoos may never be mentioned in the lore, but those that appear in his art look quite evil, certainly not like something the Empyrean would have placed on him. Their violet color is not associated with Lugus, but Ceridwen. The only tattoos in the lore seem to be demonic runes. The marks on Chalid could be like the runes the Burnt Priest placed on Saverous, which continued to give him supernatural strength but also caused great pain even after he ceased to be a thrall. We know there is at least one follower of the Empyrean who bears tattoos from being raised among the Emrys of the Sheaim (Mikel, the commander of the Radiant Guard), so there may very well be many, including Chalid.
Magister Cultuum, when facing an inconsistency or information gap: "The lore is cheating again!"
Moving on to things we'll never hear from Great People (and great people).
“I wonder why that platoon of killer clowns, and a woman that looks like Ethne but has the same size breasts as Faeryl is worshiping that man dressed as a Spartan?” - Magister Cultuum
Goodreau the Great Merchant I never liked my daughter anyway.
Mikel Dylantyr: Quick, someone call the fire department!
You obviously never saw the ending for "Lord of the Balors"
Magister Cultuum: FFH lore? Whats that?
Faeryl: Don't you think it is going to far to edit CIV4GameText_FFH2.xml like that in order to deceive impressionable n00bs into thinking that there is any basis to believe in such a relationship between Cernunnos's copy and the Archangel of Life?
I didn't get that one. Care to explain?
Actually, that was my reference. I had been looking for that but couldn't find it.
Loki: No let's not go there. Camelot's a rather silly place.
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