Or at least three familiar dimensions and one we know well enough to nod to in the street.
Tachelock: Anyway… where were we?
Mechra: You were nowhere.
Mechra: The debate you were engaged in is a meaningless one.
Mechra: The simple truth of the matter is that there is no such thing as “nature” to begin with.
Mechra: The great beasts of Verdigrave Five are no accident.
Mechra: They were deliberately evolved there at the behest of one of the progenitor races in eons past.
Mechra: All organic life in the Universe was seeded and crafted by the progenitors, who in turn were creations of the technogestalts that came before.
Mechra: Even the patterns of time itself are but shapes carved by intelligences that exist outside of our four, familiar dimensions.
Mechra: Arguments about the relative merits of organic or inorganic life matter little.
Mechra: For all there is, was and ever will be proceeds only by design.