Mockery wrote:What is the Morrigi view on ancestors who become (effectively,) 'damnatio memoraie' due to their descendants dying off, or dying in a manner that leaves no remains for a tomb? Ancestors that, through no fault of their own (except conceivably not doing enough for their descendants- don't know whether they attribute flaws to ancestors,) end up completely forgotten and without anything to tie them to the living? Do they end up as 'malicious specter' as the actual-damnatio-memoraie ones do?
Yes. Their unmoored existence is undeserved and unjust, but no less painful.
Second, and partially related, what happens to a Morrigi that dies without children? Going off of the 'tribes' kind of thing they have going, I would assume that anyone in their tribe can suffice to remember them, but am I correct, and what does this mean, good/bad afterlife wise?
No Morrigi dies without children so long as he or she is in good standing with the Tribe. It is the Tribe that reveres the dead as a collective, not just the individual who communes with his or her own specific bloodline.
Oh, and third, Do the Morrigi think this is the case for children of the dust? Do they try to convert them, give them mildly disapproving looks, or actively discourage them from aping (hehe) Morrigi practices?
They wouldn't actively discourage others from aping them, except for political or social reasons (I.e., to prevent foreign leaders from becoming uncomfortable). But Morrigi are very clear on the difference between Self and Other, and they do not necessarily believe that the dustlings undergo the same process and problems after death that Morrigi do.