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    Rick

    Can anyone tell me what this means mortis absistere aethra

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    Re: Rick

    This is an Engish forum, not a Latin forum. Nevertheless (Who knows?), somebody might know the answer to that one.





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    Re: Rick

    Yeah, and who is Rick?
    (I guess it's the thread creator's name.)

    This site says:
    mortis absistere aethra = deadly to go away aetherius

    Cheers!

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    Re: Rick

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare85 View Post
    Yeah, and who is Rick?
    (I guess it's the thread creator's name.)

    This site says:
    mortis absistere aethra = deadly to go away aetherius

    Cheers!
    But what does that mean?


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