A Theory Proved True - Deionarra's Prophecy
Posted by Quill Dragon on October 29, 2002 at 18:11:03:
The Noble Platter pointed out to me, that Chris Avellone had actually answered the question of who "The enemies three" were in Deionarra's prophecy. To my great joy it proves, that the analysis I have earlier on presented here in the Pit was correct. I hereby bring you the original quote by Chris Avellone:
Originally posted by Chris Avellone
"You shall meet enemies three, but none more dangerous than yourself in your full glory (The Transcendent One). They are shades of evil (Fhjull), of good (Trias), and of neutrality (Ravel) given life and twisted by the laws of the planes."
Ravel = Neutrality, twisted by the planes - even though she's done some nasty things, I always considered her more a neutral figure than an evil one.
Trias = Good, twisted by the planes.
...and here's the kicker that will no doubt inspire many flames:
Fhjull = Evil, twisted by the planes. Even though he does nothing against you directly, he wants you dead - and there's hints he's done horrible stuff to you in the past. I imagine he's the hardest one to believe, but he hates the Nameless One with a passion... even if he can't quite remember the Nameless One when they first meet.
The Transcendent One was referred to in the same line, "none more dangerous than yourself in your full glory."
Hope this helps,