Norse runes, eh? Actually, the runes visable in Slayers Next, when Lina is reading, includes, if memory serves me, runes that are not found in either Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark or even the later Medieval Runes. They do, on the other hand, appear in Anglo-Saxon Futhorc. Thus the claim that they are norse runes, is rather wierd.
Though those runes have nothing in common with those on the plane chart.
- You seem to be an expert in the subject, so please go ahead and correct the article, if you think it is wrong. :) I think most people here know very little about norse runes. ;) --Pip25 15:03, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
- I'd not say that I'm an expert. I just know a thing or two about runes. More then you guys it seems. I'm not always too good at writing though... Anyway, I corrected the page in a hopefully good way.
Ok, another question. How exactly does Auntie Aqua relate to the Clair Bible? I know she is the remaining thoughts of the Aqualord, and it is the knowledge of the Aqualord. Also I am aware that she is the guardian of the clair bible. The thing is Auntie Aqua seems to appear with the Clair Bible, whether it is the original, or a complete (or near complete) copy. Is she a independent being who protects the Clair Bible, or is she in fact part of the Clair Bible, and any large enough copy of it will automatically manifest her?---- CubedQ
- It has definitely been hinted at that Auntie Aqua is somehow linked to the complete Clair Bible, and Garv actually calls her the Aqualord when they meet, but this was never really explained in greater detail. --Pip25 16:38, 31 July 2008 (UTC)