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Travian Shea: neglected historical figure or simply the subject of an epic work of historical fiction? Were it anyone but Tancred, the choice would be easy, but what with Tancred writing the Seleucarian histories after this, you must wonder if it, too, is canon. It won Sarapis's contest, at the very least, and winning entries in literary contests are often included in Achaea's lore. -- Delphinus 14:43, 23 January 2007 (GMT)

Is there any real existing reference for cave dwelling Basilisks? Skye

From the descriptions of the Aalen Forest basilisks: Smaller than its cave dwelling cousins, the forest basilisk is an adept hunter. -- Delphinus 14:43, 23 January 2007 (GMT)

Epicurus says that the Dowager Montagenet's first name is "Eliza." The description in the Nicator Archives says that it's "Hermione." Which is correct? I've included both in the Dowager Montagenet article for now. Delphinus 08:57, 30 April 2006 (GMT) -- It's Eliza.

HELP AERINEWILD says that the Aerinewild was created after all the other forests, making it the youngest. However, Eupheme says, "The Aerinewild is the most ancient forest on Sapience. My elder sisters were birthed there." HELP AERINEWILD also states that the Aerinewild is the forest whence all others stem. So is the Aerinewild the oldest or youngest? Delphinus 04:46, 18 May 2006 (GMT)

Edit: A few room descriptions say that the Western Ithmia is the most ancient forest on Sapience, including "On the bridge over the Zaphar" and "Ithmia forest by edge of lake." Delphinus 21:56, 18 May 2006 (GMT) -- Aerinewild was created after the others but is the oldest mature forest, as it was created in full bloom, as it were, while the others were fledglings. So the western ithmia was created first, but aerinewild is still more mature.

From the room description of "Overlooking a fjord" in Rheodad: "Beyond them, the dark smudge of the Rheodad forest looms ominously, and yet beyond this lies the mountains of Saoghal."

"Mountains of Saoghal." Does this mean that the unnamed mountain range bordering the Ishana Peninsula is in fact called the Saoghal Mountains, or is this merely a reference to the peaks surrounding the valley and thus an indirect reference to the Saoghal Valley itself? Delphinus 08:18, 4 May 2006 (GMT)

This was okayed some time back. -- Delphinus 22:27, 7 April 2007 (GMT)