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Old Jun 8 2015, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Moreta- pleased with the future of Pern or not?

Would she have wholeheartedly approved have approved the way Pern is changing so quickly and Aivas or taken some time to digest and have mixed feelings... the rigidly feudal Pern of the old timers was after all the Pern she knew and she seems perfectly adapted.

What happened with Ruatha would probably send her into a light depression at least.
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Default Re: Moreta- pleased with the future of Pern or not?

Well, you can see that reaction in Dragonflight when Lessa goes back in time and first tells Mardra the whole story.
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