A'tai, hetairae A'nankimel'iin. Diriin


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Initial post: Jul 25, 2009 11:29:38 AM PDT
Did anyone ever figure out what "A'tai, hetairae A'nankimel'iin. Diriin" meant? It's a phrase Japh has used continuously and it is never explained (I'm sensing a pattern with the lack of explanations ). I've googled it and searched Saintcrow's entire page and I can't find anything on it. It's been driving me crazy!

Posted on Jul 28, 2009 6:36:07 PM PDT
Karina Utami says:
I found the answer at her website, reader's question on June 23rd 2007: The quote means, "Here I stand, hedaira, as your Fallen. It is done."

It was driving me nuts too....
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