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by dogcow @, Hiding from Bob, in the vent core., Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 13:52 (1672 days ago) @ Ragashingo

So, what's the consensus: did we truly kill Oryx, or merely "kill" him?


I think Oryx is really dead with no coming back. Also, I don't think we killed him. Rather I think we starved him of the tribute of Light he needed to stave off his worm from eating him alive. And because of that he is truly dead.

Did we destroy his oversoul? What was his oversoul? I forget, was it his daughters, or an ogre or something like that? Also, did we kill him or did we kill his worm?

Also... (maybe you'll get to these eventually)


Yeah. Eventually. After the Books of Sorrow will be a brief detour to talk about the Whirlwind. Then we'll try and piece together the good times of the Golden Age. The Iron Lords. The Last Word & Thorn. Then, after all that, we'll get to the Battle of Twilight Gap and the Maraid.

Yes please! I look forward to it!

What was the connection between Oryx and Mara Sov?


We don't really know.

What exactly happened to her during the battle? With the witches or whoever they were...


Her ship was destroyed but there are extremely strong hints scattered around the system that she somehow survived.

What's the connection between she and Eris?


At the very least, Eris and Osiris sought and gained the Queen's help in killing Oryx.

Personally, I'm of the opinion that Mara Sov is in her own throne-world and that the 'sprite/ghost/angel/whatever-you-want-to-call-it' that precedes you through the dreadnaught is in fact a manifestation of Mara Sov. I believe she went into that battle expecting to die, and that she had to die for some reason, but I'm not sure what that reason was. I suspect it may (somehow) allow her to take some of Oryx's power. It's just the feeling I get, that she's entered the fray for her own gain.

Or... perhaps she was just attacking Oryx on her own terms instead of waiting for him to attack her on his terms, and she simply failed to overcome him, but I suspect she is indeed 'safe' in her own throne-world.


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