(urth) The Cat and significance to BOTNS

O'Donnell, Tim (BOSI) Tim.O'Donnell at bankofscotland.ie
Wed Feb 4 03:00:02 PST 2009

Of course!  [Slaps head]
Thanks for that Jeff, of course the creatures are summoned.
OK, so maybe what happens is that something comes back and whatever it is takes on some of the properties that the person to whom it was summoned expects.
Nah, I am heading off into no-man's land here...

Jeff Wilson wrote:
>Jonas' recognition of the notules from his travels to other planets is textev that the creatures are summoned, rather than conjured or transmogrified. 
>The possibility remains that some kind of exchange of creatures might be necessary or at least facilitate the process; that might explain what happened to Hethor's paracoita as well as the cat thing. 

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