Re: [Glorantha]Re: Myth-making

From: Graham Robinson <>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 07:22:31 +0100

>IMO, no one could ever re-enact the "myths" of their historical
>ancestors and founders. Most of what they did took place in the mundane
>plane, with much magic and perhaps dealing with otherworld beings and
>heroquesting (for example, a possible heroquest with the Grazers), but
>the result is here. You have their rites to *maintain it*.

Out of interest, what do you think the difference between "a rite that maintains their magic" and a heroquest actually is?

As far as I'm aware, any Hero who provides magic has by definition created a new myth that you can heroquest to gain that magic.


Graham Robinson

Albion Software Engineering Ltd. 


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