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4th Jan '16 6:25:31 PM Sivartius
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[[WMG: Schuler suffered from [[MesaCrowd Disassociative Personality Disorder]] ]]

There are extreme differences between how he appears in the Key and [[spoilers: Seijin Khody's diary]] and how he appears in the writ and in the effects that followed the afformentioned [[spoilers: diary]]. He's also a person who suffered through a [[DespairEventHorizon soul breaking life]]

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[[WMG: Schuler suffered from [[MesaCrowd [[SplitPersonality Disassociative Personality Disorder]] ]]

There are extreme differences between how he appears in the Key and [[spoilers: [[spoiler: Seijin Khody's diary]] and how he appears in the writ and in the effects that followed the afformentioned [[spoilers: [[spoiler: diary]]. He's also a person who suffered through a [[DespairEventHorizon soul breaking life]]
4th Jan '16 6:19:37 PM Sivartius
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[[WMG: Schuler suffered from [[MesaCrowd Disassociative Personality Disorder]] ]]

There are extreme differences between how he appears in the Key and [[spoilers: Seijin Khody's diary]] and how he appears in the writ and in the effects that followed the afformentioned [[spoilers: diary]]. He's also a person who suffered through a [[DespairEventHorizon soul breaking life]]
19th Nov '15 4:05:53 AM Bissek
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Langhorne and Bedard both knew that the religion they cultivated needed an evil figure to make their religion stick and Shan Wei fit the bill. It required some pretense, but the two of them always knew that eventually the Rakurai would need to come down on Shan Wei and her followers to finish that portion of the mythology.

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Langhorne and Bedard both knew that the religion they cultivated needed an evil figure to make their religion stick and Shan Wei fit the bill. It required some pretense, but the two of them always knew that eventually the Rakurai would need to come down on Shan Wei and her followers to finish that portion of the mythology.mythology.

[[WMG: Charlz Sheltyn is going to go over to the Inquisition]]
He was utterly disgraced by Nimue, is unlikely to get any sympathy from his fellow Guardsmen, and is even less likely to realize that his situation is his own fault. Clyntahn's people could easily offer to help him get revenge, or as he sees it, justice. Which could be a problem as he knows quite a bit about security arrangements in Manchyr.
18th Oct '15 10:14:12 PM Adeon
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**[[spoiler:There's a faked attempted assassination. The person doing it claims to be a Charisian spy but is actually trying to save Thirsk's family from the Inquisition. When he realizes that the Inquisition is onto him he non-fatally shoots Thirsk before killing himself in order to avoid having the Inquisition realize that Thirsk was also involved. ItMakesSenseInContext.]]
18th Apr '15 7:10:40 PM sgamer82
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Langhorne and Bedard both knew that the religion they cultivated needed an evil figure to make their religion stick and Shan Wei fit the bill. It required some pretense, but the two of them always knew that eventually the Rakurai would need to come down on the Shan Wei and her followers to finish that portion of the mythology.

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Langhorne and Bedard both knew that the religion they cultivated needed an evil figure to make their religion stick and Shan Wei fit the bill. It required some pretense, but the two of them always knew that eventually the Rakurai would need to come down on the Shan Wei and her followers to finish that portion of the mythology.
18th Apr '15 5:41:05 PM Zor
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** Actually, they just might. Mind, Inquisition condemned Merlin as a demon. Wouldn't it be fit for a demon, to feign an acquittance with world-known swordsmaker to gain more credibility in the eyes of Charisian? Also, there is possibility that Rynhaard was dead shortly before the story started. One would think that Inquisitors would pay him a visit a long ago.

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** Actually, they just might. Mind, Inquisition condemned Merlin as a demon. Wouldn't it be fit for a demon, to feign an acquittance with world-known swordsmaker to gain more credibility in the eyes of Charisian? Also, there is possibility that Rynhaard was dead shortly before the story started. One would think that Inquisitors would pay him a visit a long ago.ago.
[[WMG: Shan Wei was slated by Langhorne to be the Satan of Safehold]]
Langhorne and Bedard both knew that the religion they cultivated needed an evil figure to make their religion stick and Shan Wei fit the bill. It required some pretense, but the two of them always knew that eventually the Rakurai would need to come down on the Shan Wei and her followers to finish that portion of the mythology.
5th Jan '15 3:46:31 PM sgamer82
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* Possible evidence to this theory is in that Paityr Wylsynn, when [[spoiler:being inducted into the Inner Circle]], revealed that his father was afraid someone outside the family had discovered the existence of the Key and the Stone of Schuele* r. Clyntahn is the most likely suspect among known characters, and if he knows of the stone and wants it, it's possible he knows something of its nature. Even if it's simply as a Repository of Visions like the Wylsynns believed.

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\n* Possible evidence to this theory is in that Paityr Wylsynn, when [[spoiler:being inducted into the Inner Circle]], revealed that his father was afraid someone outside the family had discovered the existence of the Key and the Stone of Schuele* r.Schueler. Clyntahn is the most likely suspect among known characters, and if he knows of the stone and wants it, it's possible he knows something of its nature. Even if it's simply as a Repository of Visions like the Wylsynns believed.
6th Oct '14 1:38:04 PM Kakai
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* In the very first book, mention is made that as part of Merlin's cover identity, his weapons were made with the proof marks of the famous swordsmith Hanyk Rynhaard, which explains why they are of a custom design and of incredibly high quality. There's one problem with this - Hanyk Rynhaard is Harchongese, and Harchong is aligned with the Temple. If Clyntahn learns of the proof marks on Merlin's katana, he'll have to assume that Hanyk knows Merlin - otherwise, how could the so-called seijin be wielding a custom-made Rynhaard sword? And why hasn't the man stepped forward and volunteered his insights on the man to the church before now? Of course, Merlin and Hanyk have never met, but do you really think the Inquisition will believe that?

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* In the very first book, mention is made that as part of Merlin's cover identity, his weapons were made with the proof marks of the famous swordsmith Hanyk Rynhaard, which explains why they are of a custom design and of incredibly high quality. There's one problem with this - Hanyk Rynhaard is Harchongese, and Harchong is aligned with the Temple. If Clyntahn learns of the proof marks on Merlin's katana, he'll have to assume that Hanyk knows Merlin - otherwise, how could the so-called seijin be wielding a custom-made Rynhaard sword? And why hasn't the man stepped forward and volunteered his insights on the man to the church before now? Of course, Merlin and Hanyk have never met, but do you really think the Inquisition will believe that?that?
** Actually, they just might. Mind, Inquisition condemned Merlin as a demon. Wouldn't it be fit for a demon, to feign an acquittance with world-known swordsmaker to gain more credibility in the eyes of Charisian? Also, there is possibility that Rynhaard was dead shortly before the story started. One would think that Inquisitors would pay him a visit a long ago.
14th Sep '14 3:06:03 PM Bissek
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[[WMG: Hanyk Rynhaard is going to have a long and very unpleasant visit by the Inquisition]]
* In the very first book, mention is made that as part of Merlin's cover identity, his weapons were made with the proof marks of the famous swordsmith Hanyk Rynhaard, which explains why they are of a custom design and of incredibly high quality. There's one problem with this - Hanyk Rynhaard is Harchongese, and Harchong is aligned with the Temple. If Clyntahn learns of the proof marks on Merlin's katana, he'll have to assume that Hanyk knows Merlin - otherwise, how could the so-called seijin be wielding a custom-made Rynhaard sword? And why hasn't the man stepped forward and volunteered his insights on the man to the church before now? Of course, Merlin and Hanyk have never met, but do you really think the Inquisition will believe that?
19th Mar '14 5:52:59 AM Bissek
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** It's also mentioned that a major reason why previous rebellions failed was because the peasants don't know how to fight. With the rapid military expansion and new training programs, the Church may have just provided people with rebel sympathies the tools they need to start an uprising that has a chance of winning.
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