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23rd Mar '15 12:34:08 PM nombretomado
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* Also, keep in mind that she can [[{{Firefly}} kill you with her brain]], and most people think she's insane anyway, so it wouldn't be that much of a stretch for people to write it off as another eccentricity. Considering that Diva'ratrika dealt with her directly during the war between her clans I think it's pretty likely that she knows too, but it probably is more or less OpenSecret among the top brass who just don't care enough to spread it around. And since Ash'waren or her relatives have access to the bedrooms of a lot of nobles she probably has quite a bit of dirt on everyone else, so they wouldn't be eager to spread around dirt about her knowing she could sling some back.

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* Also, keep in mind that she can [[{{Firefly}} [[{{Series/Firefly}} kill you with her brain]], and most people think she's insane anyway, so it wouldn't be that much of a stretch for people to write it off as another eccentricity. Considering that Diva'ratrika dealt with her directly during the war between her clans I think it's pretty likely that she knows too, but it probably is more or less OpenSecret among the top brass who just don't care enough to spread it around. And since Ash'waren or her relatives have access to the bedrooms of a lot of nobles she probably has quite a bit of dirt on everyone else, so they wouldn't be eager to spread around dirt about her knowing she could sling some back.
30th Nov '14 4:56:27 AM TheGrimSleeper
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* Ash'waren is is known to lie about her identity. eg. (ch.18 p.15) As for succession, that is more an on-paper thing anyway. In the Goddess knight story, Diva is also technically a niece of Shares, but she still became the Val of the Sharens during the moonless age. QED: Koma is Ash mother.
11th Nov '14 12:55:25 PM azul120
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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out much earlier on.

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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. EarlyInstallmentWeirdness. The chapter where that happened came out much earlier on.
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I'm new to the DrowTales comic so I'm sorry if this seems like a newbie question, but if Ash'waren is said to be the next in line of succession for being Val'Sharess (due to being the next person to personally know Sharess after Diva'Ratrika)considering that Sharess discharged her aura to close the nethergates soon after leading the Dark Elves underground and entrusting leadership of her clan to her sister, and as can be presumed, before the Dark Elves started giving birth to Drow; the only way that Ash'waren could have known Sharess is if she were [[spoiler: a Dark Elf herself]]. Then with the whole Thalamani exodus that Rel'Lumia Val'Nal'Sarkoth mentions at the Illharess Gathering, considering that this occurred on the surface and Ash'waren mentions she remembers it, this could only mean that [[spoiler: she is actually Dark Elf.]]
With all of the above does this mean that her true race is in fact an {{open secret}} and so she just maintains the balance using her empathy or are the Drow really and truly unaware of her true origins?

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I'm new to the DrowTales comic so I'm sorry if this seems like a newbie question, but if Ash'waren is said to be the next in line of succession for being Val'Sharess (due to being the next person to personally know Sharess after Diva'Ratrika)considering that Sharess discharged her aura to close the nethergates soon after leading the Dark Elves underground and entrusting leadership of her clan to her sister, and as can be presumed, before the Dark Elves started giving birth to Drow; the only way that Ash'waren could have known Sharess is if she were [[spoiler: a Dark Elf herself]]. Then with the whole Thalamani exodus that Rel'Lumia Val'Nal'Sarkoth mentions at the Illharess Gathering, considering that this occurred on the surface and Ash'waren mentions she remembers it, this could only mean that [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she is actually Dark Elf.]]
Elf]].
With all of the above does this mean that her true race is in fact an {{open secret}} OpenSecret and so she just maintains the balance using her empathy or are the Drow really and truly unaware of her true origins?
2nd Aug '14 2:28:08 PM Agares
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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out before Drowtales was rebooted.

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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out before Drowtales was rebooted.
much earlier on.
2nd Aug '14 11:29:32 AM Agares
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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out a before Drowtales was rebootd.

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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out a before Drowtales was rebootd.
rebooted.
2nd Aug '14 11:28:20 AM Agares
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** {{Early Installment Weirdness}}. The chapter where that happened came out a before Drowtales was rebootd.
30th Jul '14 7:08:04 AM aidreamer
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!! Seeing

WordOfGod says that Seeing is derived from experiencing another's sensations and planning. This explains everything that happened on the surface. And I suppose it's possible that Shimi's vision of Ariel being important to Nidraa'chal conflict was derived from Snad considering Ariel a crucial component of her plans even as far back as when she was a young child. But where did Chiri's vision of Tirade and the music come from?
24th May '14 5:29:48 AM Lightice
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The early chapters up to Chapter 18 when she runs away from the Sarghress after the golem attack clearly show her with white hair. Next, when we see her in Chapter 25, the first few pages still show the white hair and then finally towards the end of Chapter 25 and beginning of Chapter 27 her hair starts being shown as light purple up until her most recent appearance in Chapter 32. Which is it?

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The early chapters up to Chapter 18 when she runs away from the Sarghress after the golem attack clearly show her with white hair. Next, when we see her in Chapter 25, the first few pages still show the white hair and then finally towards the end of Chapter 25 and beginning of Chapter 27 her hair starts being shown as light purple up until her most recent appearance in Chapter 32. Which is it?it?
* All drow have white hair unless they have mixed heritage. Unless otherwise specified, any colour is always dye or an artistic variation of the white palette, much like both dark blue and brown sometimes stand in for variations of "black" in visual medium.
3rd May '14 11:31:29 AM aidreamer
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* From what I understand, the Pillar of Light basically seeps sunlight in from the outside, though I ''am'' a little unclear on how it could possibly be enough to sustain all of Chel's wars.
3rd May '14 11:27:41 AM aidreamer
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* From what I understand, the Pillar of Light basically seeps sunlight in from the outside, though I ''am'' a little unclear on how it could possibly be enough to sustain all of Chel's wars.
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