Crazy Leveller Thoughts, and Shiver, too
Posted By: Tino (usr036.downcity.net)
Date: 5/29/1999 at 9:29 p.m.
Inspired by portions of Forrest's archives below, I've constructed an insane theory which I can call my own. Perhaps SOULBLIGHTER was the Leveller. It's possible that Connacht and Balor were just puppets and Damas and Soulblighter had the real power. This would explain how Soulblighter could amass such power and command such great armies. Maybe the 60 year delay was to make the light complacent and secure. Little did they know, the Dark Age they expected to have lasted 40 years lasted 100 instead? Maybe Connacht and Balor did have the power, but following the death of Balor, the soul of the Leveller migrated to the next most able-bodied individual - Soulblighter (Seeing as how the most likely more powerful Watcher was dead). I doubt this is the case, but it is worthy of consideration.
As for a thought about Myth II, was Shiver serving Soulblighter or acting on her own will? It doesn't seem that if creatures who possessed nothing more than brute strength, the Trow, could oppose Soulblighter, why wouldn't Shiver, an ultra-powerful sorceress, probably with some still-in-service shades (Heret was at Muirthemne, which I believe was being held by Shiver?), do the same? More thoughts on Shiver: How could she be the Voiceless One? In Myth II, she is proved to have quite a Voice indeed. It's quite possible the whole initial Fallen, not just their names, were thrown out.
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Tino (usr036.downcity.net) -- 5/29/1999 at 9:29 p.m.
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