Re: [Glorantha]Orlanth AND ERNALDA are dead?

From: Peter Larsen <plarsen_at_uri.edu>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 06:33:22 -0500


At 12:15 PM +0000 3/26/04, Jane Williams wrote:
>
>> I don't think a culture can accept and remember and
>> record easily/clearly/objectively the
>> death/sleep/absence of the Great God _and_ Goddess
>> at the same time.
>
>Which raises a question in itself. Whitewall falls:
>Orlanth dies: no more wind, air, etc. Fair enough.
>
>But why does this have any effect on Ernalda?

        I don't have an answer, and I've been wondering this myself for a while. Also, if Ernalda is equally dead, wouldn't the Earth stop be worse than the Windstop? I mean, no food, babies, etc in Sartar, Esrolia, Tarsh (at the least).... That might be more noticeable than no wind....

Peter Larsen

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