History Headscratchers / EternalDarkness

18th Nov '17 1:22:15 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** LightIsNotGood, but if Charlemagne's reforms ''shed light'' on the plans the ancients want kept in the dark, that would be good. Even more of the answer is in the question. Charlemagne was a powerful ruler politically and militarily that disliked pagans, whom the followers of the ancients would almost certainly be considered as by him. For all the ancients can do, it means nothing for the main three not physically present on Earth, or even the universe as understood, if their servants who are much easier to stop face any consistent hindrance. An entire kingdom, one seeking to unite all of Europe no less, decides to smash the conspirators? Quite the setback.
28th Aug '17 7:25:40 PM Anorgil
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* Pretty much nothing about Brother Andrew or his journal makes sense in retrospect: He took lodging in a small cell in the cathedral's basement, and there was a book there about forged religious relics; was that his own book? If so, he should have known all along that the Hand of Jude was a forgery, but his first two journal entries say nothing to that effect. Or if that book was in the cathedral when Andrew arrived, why would Augustine leave it there for anyone to read? And speaking of leaving documents lying around, how had Augustine failed to notice the missing pages from Andrew's journal?

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* Pretty much nothing about Brother Andrew or his journal makes sense in retrospect: He took lodging in a small cell in the cathedral's basement, and there was a book there about forged religious relics; was that his own book? If so, he should have known all along that the Hand of Jude was a forgery, but his first two journal entries say nothing to that effect. Or if that book was in the cathedral when Andrew arrived, why would Augustine leave it there for anyone to read? read (as Andrew almost certainly did)? And speaking of leaving documents lying around, how had Augustine failed to notice the missing pages from Andrew's journal?
28th Aug '17 7:24:51 PM Anorgil
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* Pretty much nothing about Brother Andrew or his journal makes sense in retrospect: He took lodging in a small cell in the cathedral's basement, and there was a book there about forged religious relics; was that his own book? If so, he should have known all along that the Hand of Jude was a forgery, but his first two journal entries say nothing to that effect. Or if that book was in the cathedral when Andrew arrived... why would Augustine leave it there for anyone to read? And speaking of leaving documents lying around... how had Augustine failed to notice the missing pages from Andrew's journal?

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* Pretty much nothing about Brother Andrew or his journal makes sense in retrospect: He took lodging in a small cell in the cathedral's basement, and there was a book there about forged religious relics; was that his own book? If so, he should have known all along that the Hand of Jude was a forgery, but his first two journal entries say nothing to that effect. Or if that book was in the cathedral when Andrew arrived... arrived, why would Augustine leave it there for anyone to read? And speaking of leaving documents lying around... around, how had Augustine failed to notice the missing pages from Andrew's journal?
28th Aug '17 7:24:02 PM Anorgil
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* All the other characters really are chosen passing down the essances through time until they all gather at the Roivas mansion. But then, what was the point of Anthony and Paul Luther's Chapters? They both just died horribly because of what they find and end up influencing... nothing. They literally served no purpose whatsoever. So how exactly were they still "chosen"?

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* All the other characters really are chosen passing down the essances essences through time until they all gather at the Roivas mansion. But then, what was the point of Anthony and Paul Luther's Chapters? They both just died horribly because of what they find and end up influencing... nothing. They literally served no purpose whatsoever. So how exactly were they still "chosen"?



* How has the ancient city not caved in yet? It appears to be in some sort of giant cave, but there's nothing to support the ceiling. I suppose one could say magic, but even then Edward sent a huge ''dispel'' shockwave through the city and it didn't really cause any damage.

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* How has the ancient city not caved in yet? It appears to be in some sort of giant cave, but there's nothing to support the ceiling. I suppose one could say magic, but even then Edward sent a huge ''dispel'' shockwave through the city and it didn't really cause any damage.damage.
* Pretty much nothing about Brother Andrew or his journal makes sense in retrospect: He took lodging in a small cell in the cathedral's basement, and there was a book there about forged religious relics; was that his own book? If so, he should have known all along that the Hand of Jude was a forgery, but his first two journal entries say nothing to that effect. Or if that book was in the cathedral when Andrew arrived... why would Augustine leave it there for anyone to read? And speaking of leaving documents lying around... how had Augustine failed to notice the missing pages from Andrew's journal?
24th Jan '17 6:11:44 PM The_One_Guy
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** It's likely whoever built the mansion had no idea of the location's significance at the time, only when digging the well did they stumble across the city. Though that does make you wonder what's the story of whomever discovered the city.
* How has the ancient city not caved in yet? It appears to be in some sort of giant cave, but there's nothing to support the ceiling. I suppose one could say magic, but even then Edward sent a huge dispel shockwave through the city and it didn't really cause any damage.
* Why are 9 point spells so powerful? Compared to the increase in power between 3, 5, and 7 point spells, 9 point spells suddenly take a huge jump. Wouldn't something like the Black Guardian be a more fitting 9 point summon than ''the Ancient itself''.

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** It's likely whoever built the mansion had no idea of the location's significance at the time, only when digging the well did they stumble across the city. Though that does make you wonder what's the story of whomever discovered the city.
* How has the ancient city not caved in yet? It appears to be in some sort of giant cave, but there's nothing to support the ceiling. I suppose one could say magic, but even then Edward sent a huge dispel ''dispel'' shockwave through the city and it didn't really cause any damage.
* Why are 9 point spells so powerful? Compared to the increase in power between 3, 5, and 7 point spells, 9 point spells suddenly take a huge jump. Wouldn't something like the Black Guardian be a more fitting 9 point summon than ''the Ancient itself''.
damage.
21st Jan '17 12:16:39 AM The_One_Guy
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* Did anyone else wonder, who built the mansion? especially over an Eldritch city? was it one of the Roivas family? also Im assuming that occasionally the city is underwater seeing as the way that leads to it is a freaking well.

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* Did anyone else wonder, who built the mansion? especially over an Eldritch city? was it one of the Roivas family? also Im assuming that occasionally the city is underwater seeing as the way that leads to it is a freaking well.well.
** It's likely whoever built the mansion had no idea of the location's significance at the time, only when digging the well did they stumble across the city. Though that does make you wonder what's the story of whomever discovered the city.
* How has the ancient city not caved in yet? It appears to be in some sort of giant cave, but there's nothing to support the ceiling. I suppose one could say magic, but even then Edward sent a huge dispel shockwave through the city and it didn't really cause any damage.
* Why are 9 point spells so powerful? Compared to the increase in power between 3, 5, and 7 point spells, 9 point spells suddenly take a huge jump. Wouldn't something like the Black Guardian be a more fitting 9 point summon than ''the Ancient itself''.
5th Jan '17 9:22:18 PM finalfaw
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* Why was Micheal Edwards so differently-equipped than the rest of his team? At the beginning of his chapter, Edwards is wearing a standard firefighter's outfit, while the rest of his team is wearing full-body suits.

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* Why was Micheal Edwards so differently-equipped than the rest of his team? At the beginning of his chapter, Edwards is wearing a standard firefighter's outfit, while the rest of his team is wearing full-body suits.suits.
* Did anyone else wonder, who built the mansion? especially over an Eldritch city? was it one of the Roivas family? also Im assuming that occasionally the city is underwater seeing as the way that leads to it is a freaking well.
7th Nov '16 6:12:55 PM Cleaningcaptain
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** It likely returns the same way everyone else enters.

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** It likely returns the same way everyone else enters.enters.
* Why was Micheal Edwards so differently-equipped than the rest of his team? At the beginning of his chapter, Edwards is wearing a standard firefighter's outfit, while the rest of his team is wearing full-body suits.
1st Jan '16 10:36:51 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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** It likely returns the same way everyone else enters, spontaneously.

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** It likely returns the same way everyone else enters, spontaneously.enters.
1st Jan '16 10:36:34 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* How does the tome return back to the hall of Eternal Darkness? and more to the question what do Lindsey Peter and Michael do with it after their chapters? For the Roivas's it always seems to have been in the mansion, either there are multiple copies of the tome or it contains some of Mantoroks sentience.

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* How does the tome return back to the hall of Eternal Darkness? and more to the question what do Lindsey Peter and Michael do with it after their chapters? For the Roivas's it always seems to have been in the mansion, either there are multiple copies of the tome or it contains some of Mantoroks sentience.sentience.
** It likely returns the same way everyone else enters, spontaneously.
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