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A very minor Carmanian note- Carmanos, son of Charmain, might well have a name that's just "Charmain" plus a masculine ending. Perhaps the... whatever the opposite of dismembering the Red Goddess did to turn Doskalos Sword-in-the-Eye into the Red Emperor was something learned in the interim between Four Arrows of Light and Castle Blue, or at Castle Blue.

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55 minutes ago, Eff said:

A very minor Carmanian note- Carmanos, son of Charmain, might well have a name that's just "Charmain" plus a masculine ending. Perhaps the... whatever the opposite of dismembering the Red Goddess did to turn Doskalos Sword-in-the-Eye into the Red Emperor was something learned in the interim between Four Arrows of Light and Castle Blue, or at Castle Blue.

I completely forgot she was dismembered  - which source is that in?
Dismembering powerful people is a rather significant event in Glorantha, to say the least.  Arkat comes to mind.... it's not the most common thing though

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1 minute ago, Nevermet said:

I completely forgot she was dismembered  - which source is that in?
Dismembering powerful people is a rather significant event in Glorantha, to say the least.  Arkat comes to mind.... it's not the most common thing though

Well, what I'm referring to is the transfiguration of one of her demigod children (dead at the time) into, ah, her lingam/animus or a mobile representation of it. So less a dismembering, and more of a... membering? However you wish to put it.

 

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