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Post by marshb » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:26 pm

Does this mean that some Prester Zuul "suffer" from fundamentalism like humans do, or are the "wild" zuul incapable of transformation without forcibley being coerced?

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Re: Insanity?

Post by ScoSteSal118 » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:32 pm

ScoSteSal118 wrote:...
The Prester Zuul are defined by their having/being enlightened on empathy. Empathy is for them indeed a revelation that they would never choose while still in their Horde-Zuul-ignorance ("Do not make me this Mother-thing!"), but once they are in the light it is generally not appealing to be plunged once more into darkness (Would anyone who has lived a human life with relationships/love/life and so on sincerely desire to become a sociopath?). Thus, there is not an initial choice to become a Prester Zuul, but there is indeed free choice after that point.

That was my understanding of the whole "conversion" issue. Erinys, was I being too black and white in my thinking and/or simply factually incorrect, or is that an accurate representation of it?

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