Before the Uprising (when the Waystone was lost) the Paravians were still on the continent of Paravia. Hence I would have assumed that the role of the Fellowship would have been less active.Where once the Great Waystone had enabled her Senior Circle to track the Fellowship's intent,
May I ask where you are up to in the series?
I would expect that you have a lot to look forward to in regards to the development of Elaira.
And also a few twists in regards to old Morriel Prime.
You...have...no...idea!!! And that goes for all the characters, not just Lirenda.I also think that if Lirenda could learn the truth of Arithon and Lysear then I don't think she would show as much blind obedience towards the Morriel Prime. I'm hoping something interesting happens with her.
PARIS HILTON!?! That's it. No more posting for me for a while. Something has gone horribly, horribly wrong, and I must reevaluate everything. In the words of Daffy Duck..."Easy stomach..."You remind me of a young American teenage girl when I read that haha. Someone on the Paris Hilton level of speech, If you get my meaning
Sounds like Janny has me in for a treat.
I apologise, my friend!PARIS HILTON!?! That's it. No more posting for me for a while. Something has gone horribly, horribly wrong, and I must reevaluate everything. In the words of Daffy Duck..."Easy stomach..."
Ross, how could you, after all Grimward and I have done to lead you into the wonderful Worlds of Wurts?
Seriously, I see Paris Hilton, or rather her fame (based on her being rich, with no other discernable talent), as being the embodiment of much of what is wrong with Western society. I actually feel quite sorry for her.
Anyway, back on topic, I agree with the notion that the younger Koriathain are likely more innocent, but the Seniors also are sworn to absolute obedience. Their free will was taken the moment they swore their oath. Given Elaira's instransigence with the Order, I suspect that the upcoming novel's title, Initiate's Trial, refers specifically to her. Perhaps she is caught by the Koriathain and put on trial? Or some other trial awaits her? I do agree that should she win out, and assume control of the Order somehow, that it might change. However, I don't see her ever wanting to do that. She wants Arithon. Period.
You remind me of a young American teenage girl when I read that haha. Someone on the Paris Hilton level of speech, If you get my meaning