The Great Compromise says the Gods can't do anything new, but must keep doing what they did before time.
On that basis I'd say all Brithini are bound by the Great Compromise, even if they don't believe in it!
> He was able to transport Brithos into the Otherworld creating the
> Closing as a side effect in 920 ST.
> Was this act at variance with the Great Compromise or not ?
If it wasn't then there is no reason to beleive that Zzabur is not constrained by the compromise...
If it was then either he was not bound, or there was some exceptional circumstance that allowed him to breach it (maybe the Closing was a breach of the copromise and the removal of Brithos was an unintended side effect caused by the breach?)
> And his wish to flood Fronela ?
a mere desire, even from such as Zzabur can't be a breach of the compromise. It's only if/when he acts to achieve that desire that the compromise might come in to play
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