From: "Hubert Rogers"
Subject: Re: (urth) Typhon vs. Pas Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 16:18:31 -0000 From TBoTNS we know that Typhon is an extremely clever person, so he probably just knew that it would be better for his avatar Pas to be benevolent so that the cargo of the Whorl wouldn't not rise up against him. And another possibility is that Typhon knew that if Pas was a 100% copy of Typhon but digital, then wouldn't he naturally be a rival and usurp him if ever possible? ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ryan Thistlethwaite" To: Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2002 2:03 PM Subject: Re: (urth) Typhon vs. Pas > >>>I agree that Typhon in BotNS seems far harsher than Pas, and I > wonder whether Typhon improved the copy of himself. > *** > > I've just got online with the urthnet so please forgive my comments if > they've been outrageously dismissed! > > I've been taking a look at this thread recently and having recently re-read > BotLS I had a thought on this... > There have been some ideas put forward w/regards to Pas being more > benevolent than his two headed counterpart... I've been wondering whether > his thoughts at the time, and I think all of us have noble thoughts > interspersed with our less admirable ones, may have contributed to this more > user-friendly Pas. i.e. When he was scanned into mainframe his thoughts were > on a particularly high spirited tilt... any thoughts? > > -- > --