Excellent, we seem to have hit enough points of agreement, that I feel comfortable moving forward with the story. And yes, I agree the hotel is now in another location within Now Here since the hotel's previous location didn't have an oceanfront view. After all, I don't think we should count on Brid and Bres to install an entire ocean for our benefit.
Since Murinna is now included in the group that was god-mod-rescued, Brid and Bres seem to have been targeting everyone in the mountain stronghold that was not either lycan or fae. That's why Tully, Marae, Duke, Tora, Dorian, Neko, Tasha, Jo, Murinna, Sven, and Boppy are all at the hotel (along with everyone who was at the hotel during the Pompeii incident), but Toz and his group are not. This also leaves the Vikings free to find their own way to the hotel, and inform us of our unusual location. I just wrote something to this effect, but who knows how well Boppy absorbed that info with his notoriously short attention span.
On another subject, I was recently brainstorming some ideas for why the Lycans, Seelie, Unseelie, and Nyronds have all been fighting and scheming over Now Here, and I think I stumbled on a solution for why the werewolves mysteriously transitioned from living in caves and wearing loinclothes to having a nice, suburban mountainside town, complete with all the modern conveniences. What if the Quantum Storm that brought the A&C to Now Here was not unique? I'm thinking that this Age could have some special property that causes it to draw quantum anomalies to it, like honey draws flies. So whenever some quirk of quantum physics, like our infamous multi-location hotel, becomes displaced, it gets drawn to Now Here, like a dumping ground for the multiverse. This not only makes the act of relocating the hotel seem less like god-modding by the cult (all they would have to do is displace the hotel and let quantum nature take its course) but also opens the possibility for all manner of strange things from across all of existence to find their way to Now Here. It could be one of these strange things that all the power players are after, or they just want to mine the Age for all the wonderous things that end up there. This idea would not only explain everyone's interest in this bizarre little Age, but also provide an explanation for the lycan cult's inconsistancies. It stands to reason that the fomorly Stone Age cult would constantly be stumbling across technological artifacts from other realms (Zander actually wrote Boppy and Dorian stumbling across one such stockpile). After some tinkering, the cult might figure out how the technologies work and integrate them into their society, but such rapid change in technological development is bound to cause some inconsistancies. Everyone is still used to living in caves and wearing loin clothes, and many of their traditions revolve around that, but some of the other clothes that warp in from time to time do look fashionable and comfortable, not to mention the books they find depict places that look much nicer to live in than caves, and those cell phones sure are handy for keeping in touch with your packmates, etc., etc. So what we would have here is a society currently spanning several eras of technological development, leading to the bizarre inconsistancies that our group observed in the cult's stronghold.
I love it when I can make sense of the nonsensical. ^^