(urth) Short Sun notes: Remora
marcaramini at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 5 06:39:16 PDT 2013
Native is such a difficult word when you are talking about hybrids. Components from here, components from there. As the inhuma said after seeing the red sun whorl: "we are everywhere!"
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On Oct 5, 2013, at 1:50 AM, Ste Jervis <ste.jervis at gmail.com> wrote:
> I seem to remember multi-limbed creatures being a reoccurring theme on blue, I always assumed the neighbours were native to there.
>> From: Lee Berman
>> > Regarding Windcloud's statement, I think we can be pretty sure the
>> > Neighbors
>> > weren't galloping around the Whorl in their multi-limbed original form, as
>> > seen
>> > by Horn. So I always took Windcloud's statement as being related in
>> > someway to
>> > the mystery regarding the Inhumi on the Whorl and how they got there.
>> It's possible that they were in contact with elements of MainFrame. Or that
>> they lurked in the tunnels and contacted only selected individuals.
>> > We aren't given the details, but surely any Neighbors who got onto the
>> > Whorl did
>> > so from Green, not Blue, meaning they were Neighbors who had already been
>> > infected.
>> > Or intertwined (as in trees and vines).
>> Where are we told that anyone becomes 'infected' by Inhumi?
>> As for where they launched from, it's seems reasonable to hypothesise that
>> they collected immature Inhumi from Green, but I don't know why that would
>> imply that they could not have come originally from Blue. Why not just
>> assume that the expedition was most likely launched from whichever planet
>> had the greater industrial complex?
>> - Gerry Quinn
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