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From: "James Wynn" 
Subject: RE: (urth) Thoughts on Undines, and other ramblings
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 16:54:21 -0500

Robert Borski wrote:
>>>>>But again, unless you're willing to attribute this to nomenclatural
sloppiness on the part of GW, the name "Typhon" _does_ indicate he is an
alien...Either you believe it's fast and true, or you don't.<<<

Even if your assignations are true, why is it a given that Typhon bears an
*alien* name (presuming "alien" means a non-human species). Why could GW
have not assigned mythological names to beings on Urth who are from other
planets, and mythological monster names for other-worldly invaders of Urth?
Of course, if yours or this alternate nomenclature is a true Rosetta Stone,
then Nessus should be an alien being.

Actually, I'm unaware of any reason not presume all the beings (regardless
of power) are not either humans who have extended their physical form and
power through technology OR are whose existence, like the Hieros, is the
result of human activity (ala "Tracking Song").

Can you elaborate on why even beings such as Erebus and Skylla could not be

-- Crush


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