gwynnepowell at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 24 13:58:08 BST 2021
Ok, let's look at Iroki. He's an interesting character.
'The laziest man in Pef'. He lived with his parents until the Temple
income let him buy a small house (shack?) near his beloved river.
He fishes. It's all he does, and all he wants to do - and he doesn't
want to catch too much.
Very simple, plain and open. At least on the surface. He'd be good
as a saint, there's a large calm centre in him.
But he also asks to read the textbook Pen gives Alixtra. He wants
to understand as much as he can about the powers around him.
He doesn't say much, but he doesn't need to. And he speaks at just
the right moments.
He has a lovely fondness for the Bastard, there's respect but not awe,
he just extends his warm friendliness to him. But the respect is total.
And he takes his sainthood seriously.
Is he just simple and lazy? Or are there many more layers to him, and
he's just a man who has reached a level of enlightenment?
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