[Glorantha]Glowline

From: Peter Metcalfe <metcalph_at_quicksilver.net.nz>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 12:26:04 +1200


Joerg:

> > Which would mean that NW of the Crater and facing the City, the Moon
> > would appear behind you. I recall Alex once wondering what would happen
> > if, for example, one crossed from the western reaches (outside the
> > glowline and thus the Moon is in the direction of glamour) into the
> > heartlands (where the moon is in the direction of the NW).

>Pretty much the same as from any direction you cross the Glowline - there
>is an area of uncertainty wherein the moon seems to rise from its outside
>position (fairly low above the Crater) to its inside position (high, on
>its place in Buserian's Frame, possibly the one defined by the Doom
>Conjunction).

As Nick points out, Common sense is a useful tonic.

>Oh, and a change of phase effect, too. Which one exactly will be told in
>ILH2.
What change of phase?

>I think we ought to ask ourself what the Glowline really is. I have a
>fledgeling theory...

What's wrong with the theory described in the Glorantha: Intro p130?

--Peter Metcalfe

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