The only plane we ever see Roirr or Secundus travel through is the Fire Paradigm. It's possible that this particular plane is the only one 'out of sync' with Lore; however, since the plane is used to travel both to the past and future, the relative time between the two would need to fluctuate (though these fluctuations could be out of sync without issue).
Secundus' existence might even be what throws it off, though I suspect it'd be something a little more significant. Personally, I am curious about Vaal's weapon, Transcendance; it's stated to have a long history. While it was presumably acquired by Al'raia after being used, there's still something weird about it...
In Just Chillin', Piotr's body is completely wrapped, though his hair hasn't yet turned white. I don't think it's coincidence that we don't see his body (as some members said at the time; that quest was quite a while ago now...).
I really think, in future, we should probe Secundus a little more about Char and his brother...
Speaking of Just Chillin', Aegis didn't swim in his body; but it seemed to be a little like Roirr's Izbor suit, so there's a possibility that it was the same magic. Danyel has access to knowledge of these spells, so likely he'd recognize the spell. We still don't know what Danyel did while he was in the Land of Dragons; something tells me it may be related to Piotr, and a line of dialogue from The Beginning of the End.
Baltael: Dan, don't--
Danyel: I don't have anything left to live for!!! READY!?
Still it would be cool if the hero could just eat undeveloped elemental spirits used in soul forging.Like it would probably be a more ethical solution for the hero instead of going around eating soul allies.
But... what makes soulforging ethical is that it prevents them from being consumed by corrupt spirits. If consuming undeveloped spirits is ethical, soulforging doesn't have the moral high ground anymore; meaning that if consuming undeveloped spirits is likened in ethics to soulforging them...
It makes an ethical paradox!
The simple answer being that it isn't ethical to consume them.