From: Scott Haney <>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 20:50:06 -0600

>From: Alex Ferguson <>
>Subject: Re: The Age of Adventures
>One might also say that about the Dawn Age, or the Imperial Age, though.
>I think more likely that it would be named more or less in reaction to
>the subsequent era: the term "Moon Age" as already suggested would be
>a very likely one, but only if the lunar way of life is destroyed as
>thoroughly as KoS implies.

Not sure if that refers to the Red Moon, or the one the Sartarites showed their Lunar enemies before battle. :)

I've always felt a little disappointed by how the Age ends, though. Feels like a loss for the magic/myth to "go away." But it's good to break away from the expected. It makes me wonder, too, how the new Age will end, and what the future truly holds.

Perhaps someday, Yelm will be known as Elmer, a short-order cook at a greasy spoon. (For some reason, all his eggs turn out sunny side up.) He's bitter because his wife, Nelda, left him for a biker named Erland.... On the other hand, maybe I read too much Gaiman. (You should all read "American Gods" if you get a chance.)

Baron von Moosehsunchen

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