One bright and chilly morning in New Haven, Aiden and Rin come into town pulling a covered handcart with them. A large smile graces Aiden's face as he heads between Low Town and High Town with the cart, removing the canvas covering it to reveal several salted hams; turkeys, geese, and several bottles with the Star of Argulin upon them, calling out to anyone he and Rin come across "Come friends, partake in gifts to any and all whom would have use of them!"
Sho’thar is the embodiment of the dark, Inil is the embodiment of light. Neither are evil or bad. So here’s the question: Why is it that when we reference “evil,” we equate it with “darkness?” (Thought it would be fun to have this in character debat.)