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This came up in the thread about Arkat and Illumination, but has enough topic drift to become a thread of its own.     The ancient western lands have two mythical histories, an older one (in

I've been rolling all this around in my head looking for the right thread to twist all the way through the maze. This is good enough. Start with origins and the stubborn persistence of the Spike as co

Foundation post of our era. A little graffiti scrawled here and there: * I love the mountains as metaphysical representations of various Laws. Brilliant. No matter how much some people want to un

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9 hours ago, Sir_Godspeed said:

The parallel between Zzabur and Malkion vis a vis Acos and Larnste is genius, well spotted. Really gets the noggin going.

It also allows me to continue ranting about Trader Prince Malkionism given that they would be all too happy to connect law to movement through harmony. [EDIT: removed excessive ranting]

....I hope you all can forgive Scott for this 😉

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11 hours ago, jajagappa said:

You can also regain the top by pushing the Power Rune up through the worn down Stasis Rune.  Rather like a volcano (which brings us back to Lodril, oh my!). 😉

Lodril piercing stasis through a disorderly use of law / a lawful use of disorder sounds about right to me.

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My week has continued being more complicated than I intended... I hope to get back here before the weekend.  

 

However, I wanted to drop off something about mountains and Law.

 

mislar

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Old English
Etymology
From mis- +‎ lār.

Pronunciation
IPA(key): /ˈmis.lɑːr/, [ˈmiz.lɑːr]

Noun
mislār f (nominative plural mislāra, mislāre)

1) bad teaching or doctrine
2) an evil suggestion

Declension
Declension of mislar (strong ō-stem)

Descendants
Middle English: mislore
English: mislore

So.....

Ralios and Maniria are separated from one another by the Mountains of Bad Doctrine.  One of the smaller rivers in Maniria is the River of Bad Doctrine.

There is a pass through them that keeps disappearing, and Ethilrist is the last person to use it.

Its known occupants include Wind Children who guard a fallen fragment of the Sky Dome known as Mount Selon, and mountain Goat Hsunchen who are not Chaotic but are constantly mistaken for Broo.

 

I don't have this worked out, but I really need to learn more about Ragnaglar, I think.

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