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Why equate boundary to horizon though?
Nasu: "You keep up with me Narita, I'm locking this lore behind seven layers of references"

Quote Originally Posted by Camelot
Bedivere I imagine Rhongomyniad is one of them. Even the Knights of the Round Table were not informed of it.
Bedivere: Merlin called it the “Tower at the Ends of the World.”
Bedivere: A pillar of light that stands far west of the Isle of Britain. A tower that stands beyond the horizon... at the edge of the world.
Quote Originally Posted by knk 1
A high place is a place far away. That is true, distance-wise. But Touko-san must mean the mental aspect of it.

Two places apart horizontally and vertically. The only difference between the two is if you can or can't look down on the other place.

"So you mean it's not good to keep your vision at a high place?"

"If you go too far. In the ancient times, the sky was considered to be another world. To fly meant going to the other world. You will be drowned in another will if you do not protect yourself by means of technology. Just like it sounds, you go crazy.
A Fata Morgana (Italian: [ˈfaːta morˈɡaːna]) is a complex form of superior mirage visible in a narrow band right above the horizon. The term Fata Morgana is the Italian translation of "Morgan the Fairy" (Morgan le Fay of Arthurian legend). These mirages are often seen in the Italian Strait of Messina, and were described as fairy castles in the air or false land conjured by her magic.

"Yeah - it really is just like you."
There are no regrets in my voice.
I squint at the rising sun, keeping everything I lost close to my heart.

I stare at the horizon, wishing never to forget, and for it to never fade away.