: IF fetch and myrks are from the same
: "dimension" (*coughclichecough*), maybe this
: shadowy disolving has something to do with a dualistic
: relationship with fetch (who ascend into the sky as
: light) that is an aspect of their
That's an interesting notion, and reminds me of a big point I raised against MJ's interpretation of the Myrks when M3 came out, which we may have to scrap:
The Fetch vanish when their skins are punctured because Wyrd smites alien things. Why, then, doesn't he smite the Myrkridia, who were ALSO summoned from another dimension? (M3 doesn't say the same as the Fetch, that was my own invention). This indicates to me that the Myrkridia are NOT extra-dimensional and M3 was very wrong about that.
That doesn't break a lot of our theories or storylines built up, though. All that changes is where Moagim got the Myrkridia from. Maybe they were always around and he just organized them, as GURPS suggests. Maybe he created them somehow, twisting men into sadistic wolf-creatures. Hell, maybe they weren't always sadistic, as I earlier implied, and could have been civilized if they hadn't been turned to evil by Moagim.
Maybe someday in the future, mankind and Myrkridia will fight side by side just as dwarves and fir'bolg do... maybe the Leveller is only using the living forces against each other so that they will destroy one another, paving way for a reign of undeath. That's what the Mad Journeyman thought, at least; that that land belongs in turn to men, and to the undead.