Was valinhall someone else's pocket world?
no, but similar in nature.
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Was valinhall someone else's pocket world?
no, but similar in nature.
Are Incarnations as powerful as a Traveler can become?
Essentially yes, but there are many measures of "power" depending on the Territory. Incarnations aren't necessarily the most skilled, or the best at using the powers they can call upon.
How do you probe your with to use the valinhall toilets
I don't understand this question except for the words "Valinhall toilets," so I'll answer what I can! The Valinhall toilets are basically bottomless outhouses. There appears to be nothing down there at all, forever, but no one dives deep enough to find out. Only the waste goes down. Also, the bathrooms are haunted.
How do Asphodel Travelers heal?
For the most part, they're like herbalists or folk doctors. They find, cultivate, and use plants that have healing properties.
Who would be a good matchup for Valin?
I have trouble matching the Cradle power scale to other realities too, because the Cradle scale only works relative to its own magic system.I have some minor characters who might be a good matchup for Valin, but they won't be introduced until Blackflame (or possibly the next book, depending on where I end up). So...spoilers!
I wonder what Simon what do if he could re do it?
If he kept his current memories? Tell Leah what was about to happen and get her to stop it, murder Cormac with a knife, and then head to Valinhall.
He would still go to Kai? Not Indirial?
No, he’d head to Kai and then negotiate with the doll.
What would happen to the Crimson Vault if it had inhabitants?
The Vault itself is actually the tip of the iceberg. There's much more to Ragnarus than Leah or any of her ancestors ever discovered.
Do u have a name for Amalgams energy Traveler's use or does each territory have a different energy that's used or do they adapt to Amalgam?
The Territories each have their own small, half-formed magic system, and Amalgam is kind of the container in which all of those are mixed.
If all of your protagonists had to take the SAT's and the GRE's, who would score the best? Who would score the lowest?
For everyone on his list, we have to assume that they don't get questions that are impossible for them to answer. Like questions relating to Earth's literature or technology.
Yerin would score the worst, as she's illiterate and would have no idea what to do with the tests.
Simon would be second-worst. His parents only cared about his education until the events of the HoB prologue, when he was eight years old. After that, the only math skill he exercised was counting, and he rarely wrote anything besides his name.
Calder is next up. He received a noble education, thanks to his mother, but not early in life. He would score better in math than in English (assuming we translated the fictional Imperial language he actually speaks into English), and his scores would be decent in both categories.
Leah would do better than Calder, but not much better. She's extremely well-educated, but to the limits of her time period and world.
Lindon's education is more suited to standardized tests; he actually learned math and linguistics (obviously he's not speaking English, as none of these characters are) from textbooks, and while his scientific education is either not applicable to our tests or is downright wrong even by Cradle standards, his mathematical and language skills are solid.
Shera would do the best. Gardeners got a great education and she has a well-trained memory and a precise mind. She would score higher than any of my other protagonists.
...if she could be bothered to finish the test.
Have we actually seen the strongest beings in the Traveler's Gate universe?
Is it theoretically possible to have a connection to all territories or are some bloodlines or tests incompatible with each other?
Theoretically yes. It's not realistic simply because most of the tests involve spending large amounts of time in the Territory. And also you'd have to be connected to Travelers of each Territory who were willing to administer the tests, which most Travelers probably wouldn't be.Ragnarus is the only one that would be difficult, because it's limited to the descendants of Queen Cynara.
Has the power been shown so far in the Traveler's Gate series? Or would that be too spoilery?
I don’t think it has, but I’m not 100% on that.
Using a sinister vibe integrate Barbie horse into travelers gate world as a fragment realm.
The air swirls in front of you with a vibrant pink light. Startled, you take a step back, but the light soon snaps into a recognizable shape: a pink-edged doorway into another realm. An endless, perfectly flat field of plastic grass stretches out before you. The clouds seem painted onto the sky. A glossy horse turns to stare at you--it seems to be covered in brown chitin instead of hair. Its eyes bulge as though it can never blink. A woman stands next to the horse, her hand on the animal's mane. Her smile seems to wear her. She looks like a mannequin wearing the face of a human woman as a mask. Though you lock eyes, she says nothing. Her teeth clack together as though she tries to speak, but cannot. You turn from the portal and run. It's best to let a Traveler deal with this.
What is a useless item that can be won in valinhall
A fork with one prong bent. Valin once dropped it, and the inhabitants of the House hoarded it like a treasure. It's just a fork.
In the traveler's gate series, are there any other territories yet to be discovered or lost to the ages?
The best I can do is, "Almost certainly yes."
Tell us about the most dangerous piece of furniture or collection of furniture in the house of blades.
Never question the dominion of the Devouring Sofa, whose hunger is never sated and whose thirst for blood is never quenched.
What was Valinhall like when Valin arrived
I understand the spirit of your question, but Valin didn’t arrive in Valinhall. He built Valinhall.
what was There before valinhall
fragments of broken worlds that he bound together as rooms into a house. The house was the greatest of the fragments, and contained the Nye.
Who out of all your series is your favorite character to write?
I know this is your least world-building related question, but I'll answer it anyway: I enjoy the more colorful, less grounded characters. Kai, Bliss, Eithan, etc. They're just fun to write, and I can basically ad lib their dialogue and have fun with it. The problem is getting that type of character to care about what happens to them and have a relatable goal. So I have to try and humanize them as well, which can be difficult. There's a middle ground there, and I'm seeking it. If I could write more of that sort of character, I'd have more fun, and I feel like my characters would pop more. But it almost feels like there's a slider between making them interesting and making them relatable and organically motivated. There isn't, it just FEELS that way. I'm trying to hit the happy medium.
Are there any pests analogous to rats or mice in Valinhall?
There are beetles the size of your fist that eat rusted metal, but the Nye keep them under control.