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11-27-1997, 04:01 PM #1
At 10:29 AM 11/27/97 -0000, Harding Nick(firstname.lastname@example.org)wrote:
>Does anyone remember actually seeing a reference to the number or even
>presence of moons going around Cerilia?
In the beginning of the book "The Iron Throne", there is mention of a
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11-27-1997, 09:16 PM #2Jeremy ReabanGuest
I'm not sure it says explicitly, but judging from the fact there's a Moon
god, I'm surmising there's only one moon, and it's roughly the size of our
11-28-1997, 02:31 AM #3HSwiftfoot@aol.coGuest
In a message dated 97-11-27 07:35:18 EST, you write:
In "Ruins of Empire", pg.5, there is a reference to the Anuireans and Rjuriks
using the Book of Days:
"...which they base on the orbit of the moon and the movement of the
constellation of Haelyn, the protector."
I take the reference to *the* moon to mean there is only one, which I think
is great. So many sci-fi or fantasy settings use the vehicle of multiple
moons to make their setting seem "other wordly", its nice to see a good
old-fashioned single-moon world. IMO, of course.
Cheers and happy turkey to all,
11-30-1997, 11:14 PM #4Ed StarkGuest
Officially, there is only one moon orbiting Aebrynis.
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