Talk:Hall of the Mountain King
I read it that this phrase was somewhat coloured by Slately's cynicism. Therefore it may not accurately reflect erfworld or even erfworld royal beliefs. --Asparagus2 09:39, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
- Good point. Perhaps we should make it more clear that, since we only have one source, we only have one version of what this myth could mean. --MisterB777 16:38, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
Could the Hall be a location in the City of Heroes?
Makes sense to me. We actually have several mythical places mentioned: City of heroes Hall of the Mountain King Wrigley's place where the loyal and diligent go.
It seems to me that the evidence for more about the erfworld religion is pretty thin. I guess Stanley's "Holy versus Unholy" against "Good versus Evil" as well as the distate of croakamancy all say something as well. I think there should be on the religion page a list of all canon references that shed light on erfworld religion. --Asparagus2 21:33, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
- There's actually quite a lot of inline references to specific comic pages on the Religion page and on the City of Heroes page. That said, most of the Religion page is listed as "Analysis" specifically because it is a combination of speculation and canon information. If you'd like to add more references, or speculation, to any of these pages, by all means do so.
- As for the number of mythical places mentioned, the Wrigley reference clearly states that he is referring to the City of Heroes. I see no reason not to speculate that the Hall of the Mountain King could be within the City. --MisterB777 22:34, 11 January 2010 (UTC)