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Hello. Is there any official information about how the Sun Dome in Sartar stood politically during the Lunar occupation of Sartar? Were they neutral, did their troops fight abroad or did they even lend a hand to the Lunars? Or were they themselves occupied or cowed into submission („stand aside or else“). Sun-Worshipers and Storm-Worshipers don’t get along too well as it is, but post 1625 those differences could spike. Thanks a lot. P.S.: Sorry that this post was added to the "Group Read". I tried to transfer it to the main Glorantha-forum, alas was unable to.
Great temples: 1. Peralam Vanch 2. Daughter’s Road Holay 3. Domanand (Mirin’s Cross) Holay 4. Vanntar (Sun County) Sartar 5. Little Cafol Sylila 6. Laramite Hills (Kareiston’s Temple) Imther 7. Linstingland (Lingsting Sun Dome) Talastar 8. Zalador Hills (Zalan Sun Dome) Holay 9. Orenair Sun Dome Aggar 10. Upper Forantin Sun Dome Aggar 11. Ever-New-Glory Tarsh 12. Goldedge Tarsh 13. Karia March Delela in Ralios 14. North Dona (Northbank) Janube River in Fronela 15. Mo Baustra (Sun Dome County) Prax There are many lesser temples including: A Alda-Chur Far Place B Dykene Balazar C Elkoi Balazar D Garhound Prax E Pavis Prax F Salantor Aggar G Serene Victory Jarst H Southbank Janube River in Fronela Extinguished temples include: x Billiz Aggar y Hesterneo Esrolia z Masassakar Aggar Sereventh Sylila
Gloranthans - Players arrive in the vicinity of the Sun Dome around twilight; Yelmalio's sacred time. From the dome, a masculine chorus chants the evening song; it is a somewhat melancholy chant, about duty, honor, and all those things so precious to Yelmalians. This is the evening chant, sacred to Yelmalio, and a reminder to his followers of their god's eternal watch. In some areas, it is then followed by a female song, praising the starts (Yelorna's chant). The chant is done a cappella. A yelmalian out in the field might sing it himself, as a way of reaffirming his faith while on the road. Now, my poets and authors: What are the words to the chant? Anybody here ready to take up the challenge to write some?