>There is no mystic otherworld,
It refutes it's own existence fairly effectively.
>the underworld is an intersection of the
>animist, theist and sorcerous ones and I
>though the celestial world was mainly a theist
>thing? Then there is the draconic otherworld...
OK, draconic = above, void = below, east = ... where does Vith live? Or should I give up on the cubic intersection model? Like any model, I'm aware that it isn't Gloranthan Reality, it merely represents it in certain ways, and I think is still a useful explanation of how it appears to work, with the different "otherworlds" asserting their conflicting truths over the geographic regions.
Philip Hibbs http://www.snark.freeserve.co.uk/ Opinions expressed may not even be my own, let alone those of any organisations, nations, species, or schools of thought to which I may be affiliated.
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