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Offline X-Osoerde (Alan)

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Eastern Imperial Temple of Haelyn
« on: October 29, 2008, 02:06:25 am »
This is just an inconsistency/annoyance.

The PS of ETN makes reference to the Eastern Imperial Temple of Haelyn.  Furthermore, until the ousting of House Aeren, this temple existed in Aerenwe (1495 or so).

The IHH makes no reference to the eastern imperial temple of Haelyn, but has been in existence since after the split of the Imperial Temple.

So confused, is the IHH the eastern imperial temple of Haelyn? Or is there some other temple that was in existence and is now a goner?
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Re: Eastern Imperial Temple of Haelyn
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2008, 09:21:20 am »
No, the IHH is NOT the Eastern Temple of Haelyn. The idea was that it was an older temple - now destroyed - that existed in eastern Anuire. Aerenwe was the last holdout...and that ended with the Aeren dukes.
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