On Tue, 2003-03-11 at 03:26, David Silberstein wrote: > On Mon, 10 Mar 2003, Philip Hart wrote: > > > And are the gods responsible for other worlds? > > The comments imply to me that they can and do travel to other worlds > and/or dimensions. I don't think they are *responsible* for any of > them. But it would be interesting to see. > > Some of Robert Sloane's remarks about Piarra describe a complex > multiverse with travel and influences between universes, and Steve > might be hinting that the Necromancer is from a universe in that > multiverse. > >From events in _Yendi_, I always thought Dragaera was supposed to be one of the shadows of Amber. And I believe that this (http://dragaera.info/cgi-bin/ezmlm-cgi?1:mss:96:200206:aldmdlcbgdfjfnllkeep) comment from SKZB also backs that up. > > (the World of Seven Doors [see Chapter 18, and by the way are we > >getting some indicating of seven as a mystic number? In _Athyra_ > >Savn browses The Book of Seven Wizards if I remember correctly.]) > > I thought you were satisfied that the Book of Seven Wizards was > explained as a Scribblies in-joke? > > Hmm. Perhaps the World of Seven Doors is a similar in-joke. Seven > writing styles? Hmm.. for some reasons World of Seven Doors reminded me of Morrolan's private tower, even though I know its not the same thing.