- Listen for the protests of weak minds breaking – crying out that their defeat was an error, a mistake.
- “In a broken fortress at the heart of a poisoned land lies the wish-maker…”
- The Crucible gave birth to the thanatonauts: Warlocks who hunt for secrets in death.
Anything massive, uniform and unmovable
- Geological feature consisting of a single massive stone or rock, such as some mountains, or a single large piece of rock placed as, or within, a monument or building
- A single massive stone or rock
- Column made from one single piece of stone
- Can also mean a large marker to honor an important deceased person, similar to a headstone, obelisk or epitaph
- Land impersonal political, corporate, or social structure regarded as intractably indivisible and uniform
- Monolithism, extreme rigidity or orthodoxy of a political or ideological movement
- A continuous stationary-phase cast as a homogeneous column in a single piece.
Thanatonaut flavor text:
- Thanatonaut: a blend of greek words “thanatos (thanato-)” and “nautes (-naut)”meaning “death voyager.” Think of this example: An astronaut exploring death instead of space.
- Word origin: used in a sci-fi book titled Les Thanatonautes. This is a French novel written by the author Bernard Weber.
- In Destiny: Warlocks who routinely kill themselves in order to collect data and experience visions of the afterlife or their own previous lives, before ultimately being revived by their Ghosts.