Re: Ompalam

From: Kenrae <kenrae_at_WrK-Yj9agscRX_HKiUPE-BQxqH_BoLHuFwkzFMkQahwZXXVje6pj5Vypq2NoZ5wJghZGa>
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2012 09:30:23 +0200

2012/8/22 Peter Metcalfe <>

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> On 8/22/2012 6:40 AM, boztakang wrote:
> >
> > A trollkin burger is explicitly not cannibalism from a troll's POV.
> It is cannibalism. The troll don't have a problem with it because they
> don't see cannibalism as a wrong.
> > I do think that the mindset of the actor factors heavily in determining
> if an act is chaotic or not...
> So could a rapist avoid chaotic taint by having the appropriate
> mindview? I don't think so. Chaos isn't about the right frame of mind
> when committing a specific act - it's incurred by performing that act
> regardless of one's motivations.
> --Peter Metcalfe

It's not about the mindset, IMO, it's about the myths on that person's culture. An orlanthi raping or eating another human is a chaotic act because his myths says so, and myths explain reality. An uz eating another uz isn't a chaotic act for the same reason.

  Sergi Diaz

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