.H. Posted May 16, 2016 Share Posted May 16, 2016 8 minutes ago, Hello World said: Prologue: Momemn And naught was known or unknown, and there was no hunger. All was One in silence, and it was as Death. Then the Word was spoken, and One became Many. Doing was struck from the hip of Being. And the Solitary God said, “Let there be Deceit. Let there be Desire.” ——The Book of Fane But why did the Solitary God do this? @Ran, ever are men deceived. I can't say much, because I read the ARC, so I am on self-imposed silence, but this seems pretty benign to discuss. I don't think this is saying that the Solitary God created deceit or desire. I think the Solitary God is just naming the side effects of One becoming Many and Doing getting split from Being. Or, you know, the Solitary God is just a jerk. EDIT: Or Fane is just a jerk? Or both? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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