> Interesting that it's put that way, because KoS says (paraphrasing)
> that when Humakt obtained Death, he recognised it for what it was, knew
> what he was about to do, and, before he killed Grandfather Mortal, used
> it to sever his ties from the Storm tribe so they would not be held
> responsible for his actions. For this Orlanth honors him and still
> allows him a place at his Ring.
I think the two are pretty consistent, it's just that the Humakt the
Champion myth is more 'Humaktocentric', logically enough, and focuses
much more on _why_ (and from the Humakti perspective) he's a part of
Orlanth's Ring, dispite not being his kin.
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