Re: Secrets of the Darkness

From: L C <lightcastle_at_T7baFCxJVEI6tvNACGqYnhqZqN6iUTBsuLEct2Ub9VBMiOXUPkkaDXCAxFBJDobl>
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 22:50:24 -0400


Greg Stafford wrote:
>
> YGWV
>
> L C wrote:
> >
> > > >Are they a separate race of beings? (analogous e.g. to the Alkothi
> > > human-shaped demons, or the Gold Wheel Dancers?)
> > >
> > > Yes.
> > >
> >
> > Wait, The Kitori are a separate race?
> >
> Yes, they are.
>

OK, so this bit : " Few people took up this second offer until Varzor Kitor accepted and
learned at the feet of Ezkankekko the deepest secrets of the darkness. Varzor then taught others humans, dragonewts, wind children, and anyone else who would learn - how to pray, make sacrifices and learn these secrets. Kitor's followers learned prayers that halt uz, dehori and anything born of the Underworld (as long as it is of the dark). They learned the secrets of the darkness of night and the darkness after death. These initiates of the Darkness formed a separate people who regardless of their origin were called the Kitori."

details the origin of the Kitori. This wasn't them just learning darkness magic, but actually becoming a new race.
>
> >
> > Was this just back in the
> > Darkness? I got the impression from the other description that they
> > were taught how to be Kitori. Is this then a transformation? Do people
> > learn to be Kitori? (You imply that with the hybrids, but I am unclear
> > now.)
> >
> Kitori are a different race. The hybrids, being part this and part that,
> get a choice of which they wish to be and so can undergo ceremonies
> during and after their initiation to "lock in" to one for or the other.
>
           

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