The Living Force
No worries, Nienna, and thanks for pointing out the ambiguity. In the sentence you bolded, I had tried to contextualize the C's answer in the sentence immediately following (the phrase "in some way" was meant to indicate that the precise meaning was unclear). But using what you've quoted above from all three sessions, the more elaborated version might read as follows:Nienna said:Not to be nitpicky, but the way you have written the bolded part below does not make sense with the rest of what you are discussing about the Celts being better suited to living underground [...] So the Celts/Aryans were less sturdy on the surface on both counts.
It's still a bit ambiguous due to the fact that "surface" can be meant literally, or it can be used to mean "superficially"; also, "surface" is a bit of an odd way to refer to a subterranean location. All things considered, though, it probably makes more sense that the Aryans/Celts are better adapted to living underground, like you said.The Aryan/Celts who came to this planet from the other one that was destroyed were, when they came, somewhat superior to the humans already here. Physical durability. Blond-haired, blue-eyed people seem to be somewhat more delicate or thin-skinned compared to, say, the blacks -- in this environment on surface. That surface means both surface of their appearance and surface as in underground. The Aryans have been glorified as the "master race" because they are more suited to living underground (close). All types there are "Aryan."