: I've posted a theory before that explains how shades can
: be made using 2 different hosts. It makes sense, isn't
: contradicted, and backs up Both of the definitions,
: the one from TFL and the M2SB def. too. If I find it,
: I'll repost it if you'd like. I apologize that I
: cannot find it right now. It will take me days to
: shift through all the posts I have in text files.
If you find it, most excellent.
: True, if the Deceiver for some reason didn't actually
: die, it wouldn't change much. But we've been able to
: dig the roots from Mandrake plants with berserks and
: Herons in-game. So the perception in GURPS that doing
: so is lethal is wrong. The other stuff would deserve
: specific mention too, but I don't know how we could
: ever cover the whole GURPS book for moot things, it's
: too large.
: My view consists of this: 1) The Leveler god takes over a
: great man's body.
: 2) The Leveler renames this body [i.e. Tireces's to
: Moagim, etc.]
: 3) The Leveler, while inside this body and using its
: powers and memory, does destructive things.
: 4) A new hero (who is not a god, a reincarnation, nor
: resurrection of anything - he's a new man because:
: "Although the hero of every age of light is
: different") comes along and kills the body that
: the Leveler possesses.
: 5) The Leveler god returns and captures this man's body,
: renames him, does destructive things, is defeated by a
: new person, etc. Rinse and repeat.
Sounds like Welly has the Leveller and great hero thing down pat.