Not a lot of history gets written down in the mythical community out of fear of humans discovering it and having proof of mythical creatures. A lot of the history is passed down orally, and has a habit of getting skewed between generations. So if you ask any regular satyr off the street of an Avalon if there was ever a time when humans and mythical creatures existed together, they’d probably say no. But it did happen!
“Ah yes, the oral tradition. One of the least reliable methods of information retention and transmission.” -Fi, Skyward Sword
Hey, don’t knock it! Indigenous oral traditions in some places have reliable historical records going back WAY farther than written history.
It’s a quote from a video game.
To be fair, oral tradition is a lot more reliable if some of your sources are effectively immortal.
Question for James and Mary: How did you meet?
Any regular Satyr you say…
*wink wink nudge nudge*
A new era of good will and openness begins in a Liverpool Avalon pub! Someday… :)
For a second there I was confused and thought the cathedral was a place that actually existed. I didn’t know the Avalon had its own cathedral. I wonder who runs it now a days?
Have you done the DND Tarrasque? What about the French mythology one?
I wonder how Gabe reacted to that…
…And how the Grim brothers teased him about it…