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Reading Ulan Dhor, in which our pseudo-medievalish hero goes to an ancient city, wakes up a sleeping ultratech “mage” and starts a genocidal civil war.

September 16, 2017 Leave a comment Go to comments

Reading Ulan Dhor, in which our pseudo-medievalish hero goes to an ancient city, wakes up the sleeping ultratech “mage” Rogol Domedonfors and starts a genocidal civil war.

So damn LotFP.
Also so replete with “applicability” and satirical spirit that I suspect it’s a roman a clef – which would let it off the hook of being kinda a big pile of incidents with only the slenderest connecting thread (I’m waiting to get to the end of the collection before passing judgment on that).

Is Rogol Domedonfors in fact Robert Moses? He’s a classic Oz wizard who prefers his own architecture to the people who are supposed to live in it.

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