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Oct 10 2012 1:00pm

Malazan Re-read of the Fallen: Reaper’s Gale, Chapter Twenty

Malazan Re-read of the Fallen on Tor.com: Reaper’s Gale, Chapter TwentyWelcome to the Malazan Re-read of the Fallen! Every post will start off with a summary of events, followed by reaction and commentary by your hosts Bill and Amanda (with Amanda, new to the series, going first), and finally comments from Tor.com readers. In this article, we’ll cover Chapter Twenty of Reaper’s Gale by Steven Erikson (RG).

A fair warning before we get started: We’ll be discussing both novel and whole-series themes, narrative arcs that run across the entire series, and foreshadowing. Note: The summary of events will be free of major spoilers and we’re going to try keeping the reader comments the same. A spoiler thread has been set up for outright Malazan spoiler discussion.

Just a note that Amanda is traveling for work yet again—Frankfurt Book Fair this time—and so will be adding comments later, as she can.

 

Chapter Twenty

SCENE ONE

Bruthen Trana wanders underwater, driven by some goal he’d forgotten. He finds an Azath house and is invited in by “Knuckles/Setch” who warns him not to speak of dragons to the other guest. Knuckles introduces him to his mother Kilmandaros. Knuckles and Kilmandaros discuss her imprisonment in the Azath (she’s since been able to leave), for which she blames Rake’s betrayal. Knuckles says she betrayed Rake. They tell Bruthen he seeks the Place of Names and once there he must walk the path. Knuckles sends him on his way.

SCENE TWO

Udinaas’ son by Menandore, Rud Elalle, is grown and has been raised by the Bentract Imass in the Refugium. Menandore arrives to speak to him and he warns her we will not allow the Bentract to be harmed. She scoffs and tells him the new Imass that recently arrived will break the Bentract’s illusion and advises him to kill them first. They discuss the imminent arrival of Ruin’s group and Menandore’s sisters (Sukul and Sheltatha) and Rud thinks he is no longer sure it is a good idea to prevent Ruin achieving Scabandari’s Finnest. Menandore leaves and he goes to meet the newcomers he’s been watching approach (Quick Ben’s group).

SCENE THREE

Rud introduces himself to Quick’s group and they do the same. He tells them other T’lan Imass have arrived. On the way to meet the Bentract leader Ulshun Pral, Quick and Hedge squabble.

SCENE FOUR

Onrack and Trull discuss Rud’s mother-son connection with the dragon that just passed overhead and assume he too is Soletaken Eleint. Onrack says he fears for the Bentract and the Refugium and Trull tell him they’ll protect both while Quick Ben and Hedge do whatever Cotillion wanted of them. As they approach the Bentract, they spot the three new T’lan Imass and Onrack and Trull take an immediate dislike to them, as does Quick Ben. Onrack speaks to them and tells the others they are Bentract who joined the ritual, unlike Ulshun Pral’s group. The three are the chief Hostille Rator and two bonecasters: Til’aras Benok and Gr’istanas Ish’ilm. Pral’s group has no bonecaster anymore. Onrack says the three had planned usurping the Bentract but are terrified of Rud.

SCENE FIVE

The Adjunct plans to sail out tomorrow, led by Shurq Elalle. The Malazans tried to keep the Silanda secret from the Andii but Nimander knows; the ship had carried his parents in search of Rake. He follows his sister, knowing what Phaed is planning (he’s been awake days waiting for her to make her move), and when she tries to stab Sandalath he stops her, then starts to strangle her, knowing the “truth” of her. He is pulled off by Withal. Sandalath questions him as to what is going on and she and Withal eventually realize Nimander saved Sandalath from being murdered by Phaed. Withal thinks Phaed should be killed, but Sandalath says it would be better to leave them on the island, rejecting Withal’s concern that Phaed will kill Nimander, saying that would leave her alone and drive her crazy. Nimander agrees and begs them to take the Silanda away. Sandalath goes out into the corridor and Withal throws Phaed through the window to her death. He tells everyone Phaed threw herself through and Nimander backs him up. Talking to his love in his head, Nimander says they (the other Andii from the island) will stay and “turn them [the Shake] from the barbarity that has taken them and so twisted their memories.”

SCENE SIX

Twilight and Yedan Derryg watch the Malazans sailing away. They discuss their suspicions about Phaed’s death and then their concern over the Shake witches. Derryg tells her the Andii might help with the witches and then they discuss the Malazans, with Derryg thinking they’re more formidable than Twilight had thought.

SCENE SEVEN

Kindly. Pores. Nuff’ said.

SCENE EIGHT

Masan and Cord talk, Cord telling her while Quick Ben was a High Mage, Sinn, “well, she’s the real thing.” Ebron comes up from a card game and tells Cord his magic doesn’t work well on Crump, saying the Mott Irregulars were mage-hunters, and among them the Boles were legendary.

SCENE NINE

Banaschar tells Shurq there is a ritual to find her soul and bind it to her body again. She tells him she’s fine as she is and lets him look “inward.” He sees the ootooloo in her – “roots filling your entire being . . . . You are dead and yet not dead.” He tells her it’s a parasite and she shrugs it off. Banaschar leaves and the Adjunct and Lostara join Shurq. Shurq tells Tavore about an uncle of hers who took ship with the Meckros and later she heard his ship was destroyed by ice then vanished. Tavore says she wants to hear about the Patriotists.

SCENE TEN

Sirryn delivers the chancellor’s orders to Hanradi Khalag, leader of the Edur army. After Hanradi leaves, Sirryn delivers separate orders to the Letherii commander, which gives him “considerable freedom” in the battle, telling him that any friction with Hanradi will probably not be a problem.

SCENE ELEVEN

In prison, Janath has started to recall her earlier torment at Tanal Yathvanar’s hands. Tanal, who has visited once, tells her Karos is obsessed with the bug puzzle and that Tanal has made himself Karos’ beneficiary. Janath thinks if Tehol is killed, he will become a martyr.

SCENE TWELVE

Samar tells Karsa she is worried what will happen when he faces Rhulad. He tells her his spirits are eager for the “sacrifice they will make” and tells her that when the time comes, she must free the spirits she has bound to her knife. Also, he wants to have sex with her.

SCENE THIRTEEN

Veed thinks even Icarium will be bested by Rhulad, though it will take a long time and many deaths. Senior Assessor disagrees and tells him “the end is never what you imagine.” When asked when he will finally watch a match, the monk says the first he’ll watch will be Karsa’s.

SCENE FOURTEEN

Rhulad, over his third victim, thinks how he wants to die for real and feels that soon something will be different. He has rejected Karos Invictad’s advice to have Tehol publically humiliated before the Emperor, thinking Tehol would not, in fact, be humiliated, would instead challenge the Emperor as none had since Brys. From Mosag he has learned how his empire is unraveling and from Gnol he has learned how the Malazans are progressing toward Lether. The Empire has also been invaded by the Bolkando group. Rhulad thinks all this chaos will lead to a rebirth, allowing him to shape what is to come.

SCENE FIFTEEN

Father Witch tells the Errant their cult is growing among the Letherii slaves and indebted. She says she has promised them a return to the golden age of the Errant’s rule even over the other gods and he tells her this is a myth, the past was a time of plurality and tolerance. She says the past is what she says it is. He tries to dissuade her from her path, telling her “the lives of others are not yours to use” and people will choose their own path, even if it is one of misery. She replies that the first thing to do is take away the freedom of choice; then you can use them.

 

Bill’s Reaction to Chapter Twenty

That’s a rough opening to this chapter, with Bruthen wandering the depths and thinking how all is dissolution, how all falls:

Ships . . . the lives on those ships. Whales, dhenrabi, the tiniest crustacean. Plans, schemes, and grandiose visions. Love, faith and honor. Ambition, lust, and malice. He could reach down and scoop it all into his hands, watching the water tug it away, fling it out into a swirling, momentary path of glittering glory, then gone once more.

An appropriate image for a series entitled “the Fallen,” perhaps. Or perhaps not, as what we see, what we “witness” again and again is how these characters continue to fight despite the fact that everything falls. This image also makes one wonder, I’d say, about how our long-lived ascendants go on seeing this happen again and again. It brings a sense of understanding, perhaps, to the “dour nature” of those Andii.

Note that description of Knuckles/Setch: “extra joints on his arms and legs, and what seemed to be a sternum horizontally hinged in the middle.” That should ring a bit of a bell. We’ll see more of Knuckles/Setch later. (That latter name, by the way, is sort of a shortened conjoined name.)

Interesting, after Trana’s “our lives are like mayflies” passage to have Setch—a long-lived guy—reference how his and Kilmandaros’ lives are “as flitting dreams to the Azath.” It’s all relative, I guess.

I love that little dialogue about Rake. Poor guy – always keeps his word and everyone is always trying to “anticipate” his allegedly inevitable betrayal. What’s a guy to do?

From not speaking of dragons to dragons (well, Eleint at least). And our first of several forebodings regarding the Refugium: Rud’s feeling that “time was coming to an end.” No coincidence that this feeling arises with the arrival of strangers.

We also get more mention of convergence, though this time we don’t get the word itself. But we’ve got lots of folks in this area and Rud telling Menandore that Ruin’s group and her sisters are fast approaching.

Note, too, that Menandore should perhaps not be so confident in convincing her son to follow her desires. He’s doing quite a nice job of standing up to her both out loud and internally – warning her he’ll protect the Imass, refusing to kill the newcomers, thinking to himself that maybe Ruin has the right of it (whatever “it” is), having admiration for his true father, Udinaas. The boy is coming into his own and it’s not all clear that Menandore is ready for it.

Speaking of not being ready for it, you have to love her dismissal of Quick’s group, then her attempt to intimidate them, which goes just a little awry thanks to the emlava cubs. And she might have been just a bit more rudely surprised by Hedge’s cusser and Quick Ben’s magics (something to file away by the way).

Boy, Hedge moved pretty quickly from that sense of happiness at Quick’s familiar face to real annoyance with the guy, huh? I can see how Quick’s lack of “lucidity” might be kind of frustrating to those always around him.

Speaking of foreboding, not a lot of good thoughts circling around those new T’lan Imass that have arrived.

This stylistic switch in this scene with Nimander, the almost stream of consciousness is a nice move on Erikson’s part, I think, and highly effective at conveying Nimander’s exhausted state – both physical exhaustion and emotional exhaustion, as well as his horror, the way he’s moving through a nightmare. And what a nightmare – parents dead but alive on the Silanda, sister plotting murder, a dark and stormy night, following her through the darkness into the room, breaking her wrists, strangling her, then being stopped, then trying to convince them killing Phaed is the good idea, then thinking it isn’t going to happen, then watching her get tossed through the window. We’ll have to see if he recovers from this traumatic night.

Note too all those references in his thoughts of sea and shore – aligning him linguistically with the Shake, and then later aligning him more directly with them as he thinks of staying there to, well, shake up the Shake, who have forgotten who/what they were. Something we’ve had lots of hints of and which became especially clear when Deadsmell had begun referencing their names and their past.

And what about Withal? I remember that was a shock to me on my first read. Hadn’t seen that coming – that cold-blooded a decision. And of course, this sets up some suspense for later. Nimander is so sure Sandalath would leave Withal if she knew he had killed Phaed – will she ever find out the truth? And if so, will she leave him?

And some more hints of things to come in the discussion between Twilight and her half-brother: more references to Sinn’s power (something emphasized earlier in the description of the ice not dying easily and something emphasized later by Cord to Masan), and more references to the witches being a problem. Something, it seems, will have to be done about them if Twilight is to rule as queen in her own right. And that’s a great line from Yedan at the end: “the people greet you, Queen.”

Speaking of funny, Kindly and Pores. Need more be said? Don’t you just want to see these two on screen? I’m trying to think of two people to play them – any ideas?

Coming after the emotionally wrought scene with Nimander (and a tougher style), we’re getting a lot of comic relief in these scenes: the end of Twilight’s scene, the Kindly-Pores duo, Masan and Cord and Crump and Ebron, and then Shurq’s very dry “Yes, fine, I grasp the allusions” as Banaschar goes on and on and on about the Worm of Autumn. Not only is this comic tone a relief from what has come before, but it allows us to breathe a bit before we get to a very difficult scene with Janath – once more in the hands of a monster, calling up all that had happened to her earlier and making us fear that it might all happen again.

Buried in that fear and despair though, as well as among the more philosophical musings on her part about how it had been the willing greed of so many that had allowed Tehol to destroy them, and how Invictad risks making Tehol a martyr, we get a few pertinent plot points: Invictad’s growing obsession with his two-headed bug and her recognition of her respect and even affection for Tehol.

What does Karsa anticipate with the spirits? What will be their sacrifice?

Turns out Janath is not the only one with a newfound respect for Tehol. Rhulad himself admires the guy. As much as he admires Brys (will he get a chance to admire Brys again?). We get more of a sense of things rushing toward an end via Rhulad, of a “convergence” – the Malazans pressing inward, the Bolkando Conspiracy crossing the borders, an imminent “Great Battle,” the Empire falling apart around him, Rhulad working his way quickly closer and closer to Karsa and Icarium. Rhulad senses an end coming. Or several actually. His own (which he’s had multiple times of course), which he feels might somehow be “different.” And his Empire’s – an ending that will leave it available to be reshaped into something else. He looks forward to doing so, though of course, one has to wonder if he’ll be the one doing the shaping.

I’m not much of a fan of the Errant, I confess. Though he does have his moments, I think. But I tell you, next to Feather Witch, it’s hard not to like the guy. Or anyone else for that matter. I think she’d make me root for Sauron.


Bill Capossere writes short stories and essays, plays ultimate frisbee, teaches as an adjunct English instructor at several local colleges, and writes SF/F reviews for fantasyliterature.com.

18 comments
Tufty
1. Tufty
Love the Shurq -> Shurq's uncle -> Rud connection this chapter sets up. Just a random bit of trivia thrown in between the lines with no real greater significance of any sort.
David Thomson
2. ZetaStriker
To this day, I still accidentally speed read Hostille Rator as "hostile raptor" and blink in confusion for a few seconds before re-reading and correcting myself. Not my favorite of Erikson's names.
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3. hex
Speaking of Erikson's names... Did anyone else think Torvald Nom when Knuckles was mentioned? The Knuckles in the Azath is clearly a Forkrul Assail, but I did wonder if I had missed some remote connection.
Steven Halter
4. stevenhalter
The Azath under the sea was a neat touch. I wonder if it "grew" there or as a result of seismic displacement. Keeping Kilmandaros distracted seems like a full time job.
Pay no attention to Hedge until he reaches into his bag--a different kind of Oz.
Chris Hawks
5. SaltManZ
@2: So glad to know I'm not the only one! :D
Tufty
6. Jordanes
Poor Bruthen Trana - I like the way his scenes in this chapter are described in almost dream-like state (in a different way to Nimander's, but still with a trance vibe of its own), with Trana having forgotten almost everything - which can be directly compared to the reader's experience, as Trana hasn't featured for ages and with the arrival of the Malazans and other plot points coming to a head, you would be forgiven for forgetting about this poor character.
Keel Curtis
7. captaink
We're really getting down to the wire here. The tension of the inevitable Rhulad vs. Karsa, then maybe Rhulad vs. Icarium is almost unbearable. And that's just one of 4-5 convergences coming to a head!

I think Kurtwood Smith (Red from That 70s Show) would make a good Kindly. He's got the right physical attributes and personality.


As for Menadore and sisters, I never can remember what it is they're really up to, or what their motivation is. Reading Forge of Darkness has only muddied the waters on that front.
Steven Halter
8. stevenhalter
captaink@7:Yes! He would completely work for Kindly.

As near as I can tell, the 3 sisters are poster children for sibling rivalry gone way wrong.
Darren Kuik
9. djk1978
Interesting. Knuckles stops time itself there so that he and Kilmandaros can entertain Bruthen Trana. Does this not invite speculation as to just who or what he is? And with Kilmandaros for a mother?

The number of ascendants/soletaken/high mages/etc closing in on the Refugium is really as many as we've seen in almost any other convergence. Menandore, Sukul, Sheltatha, Rud, Silchas, Trull, Quick Ben, Hedge. Not to mention the assorted ability in Fear, Seren, Udinaas, Onrack, and maybe a bonecaster or three.
karl oswald
10. Toster
9 @ djk

Quite the convergence approaching indeed with that list. And doesn't it turn out to be ever so... explosive?

Thank Hood for Malazans, hey?
Amanda Rutter
12. ALRutter
Even though he has no flesh, it is good to see Bruthen Trana still in existence. He has been one of the nicer new characters of this book. But this lonely quest without a body of flesh is rather a sad way of seeing him, and his train of thought is pretty grim: "Dissolution seems to be the curse of the world, of all the worlds. All that broke, all that failed, wandered down to some final resting place, lost to darkness, and this went beyond ships on the sea and the lives on those ships."

Oh, poor Bruthen... This section really is deeply sad: "What am I looking for? Who am I looking for? I have forgotten."

This house on the bottom of the ocean is incredibly atmospheric and written beautifully, in a very creepy manner. Those extra joints - am I looking at another Forkrul Assail?

The old chap does have a sharp knowledge of what is happening above the waves. I do have no idea who he might be, but it strikes me that he is known by many different names by many difference people, since he says: "Best know me by one of my many titles. The Letherii one will do. You may call me Knuckles."

WHAT?! Knuckles has Kilmandaros as his house guest? And it sounds as though Knuckles is the son of Kilmandaros, so definitely Forkrul Assail. And a god? Would the son of a god also be a god?

Heh, and his true name begins with 'Setch', going by the way he stopped Kilmandaros from completing the word and insisting on being called Knuckles.

Yup. Definitely a god. "He had just, with a single gesture of one hand, stopped time."

Nice to see even his enemies have respect for him: "Anomander does not break his word, Mother. Never has, never will."

It makes me grin to see Knuckles quickly distracting Kilmandaros when her thoughts stray to Scabandari - and hence to dragons.

And then another look at the son of Udinaas and Menandore - Rud Elalle. Any relation to Shurq? I'm guessing so, since it's a fairly unusual name.

This is an interesting perspective from Rud Elalle about the dragon blood, that it was stolen from true Eleint and that they are not the same as the children of Starvald Demelain. I can see why Menandore wouldn't be too fond of a son of hers holding that view!

Menandore hasn't taken any time to try and get to know her son, has she? Mistake. Definitely a mistake if she is seeking to use him in her plans, since he sounds like he has a real mind of his own from this exchange between them.

She is a bit of a cold-hearted bitch, isn't she? "Kill those new Imass, those strangers with their sly regard, and be quick about it."

Oh, and a very sweet view of Udinaas - something that we haven't really seen: "That ease, Rud now understood, was the true face of Udinaas. The face of his soul."

And then the very humorous situation where Menandore is hounded by the two emlava cubs, as she tries to intimidate the group approaching Rud (that includes Trull and his companions).

It's both lovely and bittersweet to hear Hedge think about the joy he feels at seeing Quick Ben's face again, and, in the same instance, comment on how he wishes Fiddler was with him.

I think that Hedge definitely needs Fiddler as his balancing point of view, since he confesses that he doesn't trust nice people, whereas I do think that Fiddler is more prepared to trust those outside of the Bridgeburners.

It's an interesting thought that Rud presents, the idea that Hedge might have regained a physical body through coming to this realm that has restored Onrack to flesh. And that Hedge rejects the idea of cutting himself to check because he knows he still has to leave.

Some great quick dialogue between Quick Ben and Hedge:
"Hood above, Quick-"
"Oh, now that's a giveaway, Hedge. What's Hood doing 'above'? Just how deep was that hole you crawled out of? And more important, why?"
"My company soured already? I liked you least, you know. Even Trotts-"
In fact, their whole exchange is tremendous.

Would Rud have Soletaken ability then? Just because he has the same blood as another Soletaken? After all, it is diluted blood. And I thought that you had to do something specific to become a dragon Soletaken?

Uh oh. Trouble ahead, with the tribe of the Bentract. Now, does Cotillion need Rud to join the world in order to help further his plans? Because his loyalty to the Bentract is going to be a sticking point in him leaving, especially if Ulshan Pral is in some kind of danger from the three Bentract T'lan Imass who have returned.

The darkness of that ship crewed by headless Tiste Andii definitely gains an extra creep factor when you balance it against the living Tiste Andii of the Drift Avalii. Nimander's thoughts about it are hysterical indeed.

And the same thoughts are driving Phaed to the murder of Sandalath Drukorlat, unless Nimander is strong enough to prevent it. Ugh, although I didn't expect Nimander to snap her wrists like that - or to try and kill Phaed in turn before being torn away from her by Withal.

Does Nimander truly see the truth of Phaed, the emptiness? Or is he simply driven to become the kind of hero he believes Anomander and Silchas to be? Whichever, it's clear that Nimander has been driven to madness.

It is good that Withal realises that Nimander has sought to save Sandalath's life, but not good that this then leads him to throw Phaed to her death and then ask Nimander to help lie for him!

After that very dark interlude dealing with the Tiste Andii, it is a welcome break to have Captain Kindly come on scene, so proud of those turtleshell combs.

People saying that Sinn is more powerful than Quick Ben? It gives an indication of just where she is on the scale, doesn't it? Imagine a showdown between the two of them!

Ah, Shurq Elalle - never one to worry about the fact that she is dead (at least now she has been made suitably attractive). What will happen when her 'ootooloo' takes over her entirely? Will she become like Anita Blake and the ardeur, having to have sex with everyone in sight? *grins*

Ugh, Tanal Yathvanar is absolutely loathsome - and it's utterly terrible that Janath is back in his hands after experiencing the freedom and healing of living with Tehol Beddict.

I like the way Janath looks at the economic collapse - the fact that, although Tehol started the process, he had many who willingly followed him to financial ruin: "So, Tehol Beddict had paved the road, but hundreds - thousands? - had freely chosen to walk it. And now they cried out, indignant and appalled, even as they scurried for cover lest blame spread its crimson pool."

Poor Janath. Poor, poor woman. She is starting to remember her time of madness while under Tanal Yathvanar's ministrations. And I think she has rather fallen in love with Tehol Beddict, so she is also terrified for his life. I don't feel happy.

I think it does say something about him that Karsa hasn't just taken Samar Dev for himself, that he is allowing her to choose.

This is a distinction that I think we needed reminding of by the Senior Assessor: "No, Varat Taun, Rhulad is not. A god. The god. He is a cursed creature, as mortal as you and me. The power lies in the sword he wields." Once that sword is removed from him, he will then become mortal - and, presumably, dead.

This section with Rhulad echoes the section with Bruthen Trana at the beginning - a person who is lost and who longs for oblivion. It is very very easy to feel the tragedy of his life.
Tricia Irish
13. Tektonica
I loved the scene with Bruthen Trana...both his thoughts on dissolution and his meeting with Kilimandaros and Setch. Very evocative.....many mysteries there! I still haven't figures those out.....

Poor Nimander! I do think he sees the emptiness of Phaed, and I don't think he is just trying to be like Rake. He is a good, but weak in a way man, and sees the loss of Sandalath as a disaster. Although Withal puts Nimander in a difficult spot, having to lie to Sandalath about Phaeds death, he also spares Nimander actually having to kill his sister. So which is worse? Nimander knew that Phaed was evil, and empty, a murderous shell, and would strike again. Good riddance, I say!

Yeah...Tanal Yathvanar...ug. Revolting. And poor Janath, indeed. It is interesting how she is beginning to see/feel for Tehol after all their verbal sparring. ;-)

Karsa....given his previous lustful adventures, it is nice to see his respect for Samar.....and his feelings for her?

Kindly. Pores. Classic. And welcome relief!
Eric Desjardins
14. SirExo
I think the link between Rud Ellale and Shurq Ellale is that the Meckros man who first raised Rud and gave him his name is Shurq's uncle that went to live with the Mecrkos. She states that his city was the one that was destroyed by ice, the one that you see in the refugium (and the one Wither comes from at the start of MT, but im not so sure about that last part).
Kartik Nagar
15. BloodRaven
One more piece is provided for solving the Silanda puzzle here
- Baudin said, way back in DG, that Silanda is an old Malazan dromon sent to Drift Avalii
- The Tiste Andii of Drift Avalii(parents of Nimander and company?) capture the Silanda to travel the seas and confront Rake
- Somehow Silanda falls into the hands of the Tiste Edur(possibly during one of their attacks to regain the Throne of Shadow)
- Binadas takes control of Silanda and goes into the Nascent to find Trull, but unfortunately crosses Karsa's path and is killed.
- Then, from the Nascent to the Liosan warren to the mortal world, Silanda participates in the Chain of Dogs, becomes part of the bonehunters, and is now travelling to Letheras.

It is still not clear as to whose magic was it that resulted in the headless labour force of the Tiste Andii. If it was Binadas' magic, then why haven't we seen other instances of this type of magic, among the other edur (or even from Binadas himself in MT)?
Eric Desjardins
16. SirExo
@BloodRaven,

I think we have never seen this type of magic before from the edur because this is the first time in contemporarie history that they encounter their andi bretheren.
Tabby Alleman
17. Tabbyfl55
@7, not bad, but I think Kindly needs to be played by Michael Hogen (XO Col Tigh from the remake of Battlestar Galactica series). In fact, now whenever I read him, I surreptitiously supply Hogen's voice, and it makes it all even funnier.

As for Pores, I'm thinking either Steve Buscemi or Charlie Sheen.

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