Like a note of curiosity, while studying some bits of architecture, I found this article talking about the word "skete": "A skete is a group of hermits following a monastic rule, allowing them to worship in comparative solitude, while also affording them a level of mutual practical support and security." Being the arakkoa so pious and devout to their religion, and the secluded and isolated place where Skettis is, it is curious how also "Skettis" and "Skete" have almost the same pronounciation (it is the antonym of being "ascetic", but arakkoa preffers to gather together and worship in community, hence the parallelism). Well, just for the curious. The rest of the article is here [1]. --IconSmall ForestTroll Male Ravenore , the Necroshadowmancer 19:30, 1 June 2008 (UTC)

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