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From: matthew.malthouse@guardian.co.uk
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 13:30:06 +0000
Subject: Re: (urth) Typhon's vanity and Pas's Two Heads

On 09/11/2002 05:20:18 Roy C. Lackey wrote:

>I think the answer is one. Unforeseen circumstances forced him to act in
>haste. He couldn't rid himself of Piaton when the time came for him to be
>scanned. It may even be, as Nutria suggested, that Piaton's presence was
>mitigating factor in the mellowing of Typhon into Pas.

It's certainly one with a certain degree of plausibility.  However
remember that Paiton hated Typhon for what had been done to him.  The
stronger Piaton's influence the less I would expect "The Plan" to figure
in Pas' prorities.

Further there has been rebellion in Mainframe.  Other influences are
possible, perhaps even probable, but without clues we're left in the dark.



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