Yup, thanks Stephen.
I was not looking for a world-shaking event like the Sunstop, but you
are right: it is a great example of a Somebody vs. Time contest.
Now, I wonder, is such a contest scalable, so that personal issues
(pass me the wording, please) against Time are less difficult than
continental or cosmological ones?
Or is it a case like "small chaos is all chaos"? Once you (a hero)
confront Time, you are put against the whole fabric of the Universe,
never the less?
> "Gianfranco Geroldi" <giangero_at_...> writes:
> >The issue is: how can a hero defeat the effects of Time in
> >Glorantha? (just for himself, let's start easy!)
> Are you familiar with the description of the Sunstop from 'Cults of
> Terror'? The sun stopped in the sky and, if I understand correctly,
> Time effectively ceased for an indeterminate period. (Which, to the
> participants, felt like about a day. *g* ).
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