Re: Wanda and Ed'wari
"Familiar?" he prompted, before stepping towards her and looking back out the same window her eyes were fixed on. He nodded, before he spoke. His voice took on a storytellers quality, undulating in mellifluous tones and timbre, lending weight to his words;
"It is said that Asuryan created all the known universe and it's form for his children. When he grew tired of his creation, Isha, the Goddess of Life and Creation fought for not only the children of Asuryan but all life in the universe itself." he began. "In a way, we are all children of the stars, much as our minds our souls might rebel against this thought. The expanse of black and white is our home, the rocks, stones or metal we populate are simply housing."
He laughed. "But I am an old philosopher and a religious fanatic spitting foolish observations about our circumstances."