Questions of Why?

Questions of Why? ClassValueOriginWord CountPhilosophy & Religion15-80 LottKel-Crise, 271 A.T.382 A Turth philosopher’s rumination on a chance encounter with a Kett. Content I have stumbled upon a Kettlah recently who elicited several questions from the inner workings of my mind. These questions predominantly dealt with the motivation - the why of him. He claimed to …

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Ontiba Section One

The first section of the Ontiba contains the first two chapters, containing the etiological myths of the known universe, along with the eight deities. The series of myths found in the first section are almost all creation myths, though they are not the entirety of In Extremis' creation myths. Chapter One 1: There was a …

The Ontiba

Ontiba (on-tE-bah) ClassValueOriginSectionsSub-SectionsPhilosophy & ReligionVariable depending on ageEarly CivilizationEight40-60 The Ontiba is the holy text for the known universe of Omneutta. The book is split into eight sections, with each section covering the legends of a specific deity. The first section describes the creation of the universe and Aster, while each subsequent section covers another …