Editorials
  • Archlord

    Jotun revere their ancestors, as norn revere legends. The HoM is obviously related to this somehow, whether it be from mimicry or perhaps the jotun scholars themself. I literally have a thousand lore thoughts floating in my head it is impossible to process them all hah.

  • Draxynnic

    I’m not sure about “obviously” – it could just be coincidence. But a magical hall that recognises a great hero and generates statues to recognise their accomplishment… that does seem right up the giant-king’s alley. The curious thing with the hypothesis is that it was empty when we found it – either it hadn’t been claimed (maybe the right to claim it was what the giant-kings ended up fighting over?), the old monuments disappeared over time, or maybe the Hall actually does show different things to different people and we’d need to find someone the Hall considered an heir to the legacy of a giant-king to see their statues.

    • Marshall Pierce

      The hall is a magical place so it could easily identify people and change accordingly.

      I wish I could talk to you in a more direct way ha… I literally deleted 3 paragraphs of ramblings. There is only so much one can say in a comment. (This is Archlord)

      • Draxynnic

        Ehhh, unless the comment block actually disallows it, go ahead and ramble. I’ve seen longer. :P

        If it does… we can probably move it into a forum.

        • Marshall Pierce

          I will probably wait till after Monday

          • Draxynnic

             Heh. Probably a good move – who knows what information might come out that changes the picture?

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