Bloyamind wrote:So if I read correctly, you believe Seath Authored all those books, or people under his command did. As far as his fascination with Dusk's Oolacile magic... Isn't he far older then Oolacile, or am I missing something? That basically brings us back to my first question, although I now see that research might in this case be 'researching something new' not 'researching old books for the answer'.
He created channelers to kidnap maidens to **** make esperiments, if we assume that "pisacas" were once human ladies. Channeler's trident description: "Trident of the Six-eyed Channelers,sorcerers who serve Seath the Scaleless in collecting human specimens"
I believe that he uses his channelers to collect books aswell, as it's almost impossible for him to take them alone and bring them to the archives, especially the libraries in the smaller rooms.
We also know that he betrayed dragons and the only possible reason for that is that he was jelous of other dragon's immortality, so the books are probably related to immortality, as we know that he found a alternative way to achieve immortality, the primordial crystal.
Of course the crystal could not be a defnitive solution, because of it's fragility, so he kept searching for the scales, and became blind and crazy.
On a side note I don't think he needs to kidnap dusk to achieve knowledge of oolacile's majick, because he was alive during the age where the city existed and he could've asked them, instead of waiting thousand(s) years to kidnap a girl. And seriously, why in hell can someone fall in love with dusk, when he's married with Gwynevere!?
Whatever tomorrow brings, I'll be there.