(spoilers all) General Questions

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« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2017, 04:31:29 pm »
It seems likely that we'll see all the lost Wracu return?

Only two are unaccounted for: as per my updated list here but one of those is dead in the Black Halls.

(I just realized that thread is in the WLW section.  Advice on where to split it maybe?)

Well, two unaccounted of those we have reference to/names for ;).

Uh... maybe just make a new thread in TNG or GE (since it's not content specific to TUC, necessarily).

EDIT: You know, going forward it seems almost certain that we should see some mundane person kill a Dragon a la Nau-Cayuti?
After the scene where Serwa fights the one, the idea that Nau-Cayuti killed a dragon seems so strange to me. She was a super-warrior on drugs in the dark with a fire sword to survive the ordeal. And Wutteat was doing pretty well against amazing mages.

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« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2017, 07:21:47 pm »
After the scene where Serwa fights the one, the idea that Nau-Cayuti killed a dragon seems so strange to me. She was a super-warrior on drugs in the dark with a fire sword to survive the ordeal. And Wutteat was doing pretty well against amazing mages.

Perhaps Seswatha supplied him some kind of sorcerous weapon to actually do it?

It could also have been some kind of trickery or trap that let them kill it.  Or perhaps shades of Bard the Bowman?
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« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2017, 07:28:09 pm »
Fairly sure those fancy Cinderswords by Emilidis protect one from Wracu fire?

Nau-Cayuti was just Matthew Mcconaughey in Reign of Fire (also clearly one of the best movies ever made).
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« Reply #18 on: October 05, 2017, 08:25:57 pm »
Fairly sure those fancy Cinderswords by Emilidis protect one from Wracu fire?

Nau-Cayuti was just Matthew Mcconaughey in Reign of Fire (also clearly one of the best movies ever made).
They do. But we also saw how that turned out for whats-his-name outside the gate...

Also, no, that is heresy! I had such hopes for that movie...

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« Reply #19 on: October 05, 2017, 09:20:10 pm »
Fairly sure those fancy Cinderswords by Emilidis protect one from Wracu fire?

Nau-Cayuti was just Matthew Mcconaughey in Reign of Fire (also clearly one of the best movies ever made).

They do. But we also saw how that turned out for whats-his-name outside the gate...

Mirosha. True, nuff said. But Nau-Cayuti is famed for his martial exploits.

Also, no, that is heresy! I had such hopes for that movie...

I discovered it years after it's release but I think it's great still. McConaughey, Butler, and Bale do such a good job in it.
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