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14th Sep '13 11:02:44 AM SharleeD
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\n** Possibly it's the version from the original ''Science of Discworld'', that developed without the elves' assistance and left those differently-spelled signs behind at the space elevator's entry-bays. It's not impossible that the wizards' interactions with early humans in the second book gave the resulting iteration of civilization a different slate of place-names thousands of years later, while incidentally cultivating an unfortunate taste for things like sailfin-crocodile eggs and tree-climbing octopus.

24th Apr '12 12:45:53 PM Heylir
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[[WMG: Cox is to [[Discworld/NightWatch Carcer]] as [[Discworld/TheColorOfMagic Dr Rijnswand is to Rincewind]].]]

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[[WMG: Cox is to [[Discworld/NightWatch Carcer]] as [[Discworld/TheColorOfMagic [[Discworld/TheColourOfMagic Dr Rijnswand is to Rincewind]].]]
12th Oct '10 1:04:45 PM Lightice
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[[spoiler: An ancient civilization]] destroyed by the sea a long time ago. It just makes sense. Ok, so it seems to be on the wrong ocean. But what kind of legend is 100% accurate?

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[[spoiler: An ancient civilization]] destroyed by the sea a long time ago. It just makes sense. Ok, so it seems to be on the wrong ocean. But what kind of legend is 100% accurate?
accurate?
** There's a mythic civilization of Mu supposedly located in the Pacific ocean. Depending on who you ask, it's either separate or synonymous with Atlantis.
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