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#1 jastey

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 05:52 AM

@199  = ~I have no kenning of the temptation that did tempt thee to keep the relic, but I thank thee. Thy generosity hath spared me an eternity of unrest. For this, I thank thee most heartily.~


What does "I have no kenning of the temptation that did tempt thee to keep the relic" mean in this context:

1. That the PC was tempted to take the relic when they first found it, hence they had it to free Aidan in the temple.

2. That the PC had to fight temptation to keep the relic in the temple instead of freeingAidan by giving it away (but fought it down and freed him nontheless).

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#2 jastey

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Posted 01 October 2020 - 07:22 AM

Still looking for explanations. :)

 

And another one:

 

@349  = ~Thou wouldst hear of my life? What should I say? That I was a soldier and a knight? That I was a brave man and true? In faith, I was none, to my lasting shame.~


What exactly means the "in faith" here? Does it mean that he was a brave man, but not in his faith to his god? Or does it mean something like "but in reality, I was not a brave man at all"?



#3 Almateria

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Posted 02 October 2020 - 05:13 AM

So the @199 is kinda bizarre because it says that the PC was tempted to keep the relic to himself... but then overcame the temptation and gave it away and free Aidan?
In @349 true is the part you want to focus on. He says he wasnt true in faith to his god.

this kinda sucks and i wish people would stop doing the ye thoust eths in writing lol.

#4 jastey

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Posted 02 October 2020 - 05:32 AM

Thanks!

 

i wish people would stop doing the ye thoust eths in writing lol.


The ghost knight is supposed to be thousands of years old, so it kinda fits in this case. :)



#5 Endarire

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Posted 02 October 2020 - 02:48 PM

@Jastey
Keening in English.  I only know it's a dictionary word because I played D&D Online, an MMORPG that used it.



#6 Almateria

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Posted 04 October 2020 - 05:02 AM

Thats a completely different word, Endarire.