Okay, I just beat the game for the first time not too long ago. Great ending, to be sure, but what was up with the final scene? The lady reading a story to the children? What exactly do you think that signifies? Was it just a random family? I dunno. I was just sort of left dumb-founded by the final scene.
No one will remember today except that two stood against many. I ask you, Father Crom, grant me victory, grant me revenge. And if you will not grant them to me; then the hell with you!
Post by ParanoiaDragon on Jul 19, 2005 3:27:13 GMT -5
It will once they release Dawn of Ys Eternal, heh heh I can't see why they'd even bother to do it, if it's really happening(which I doubt), if it ain't gonna end up being cannon. Really, all they would have to do is make it so that Sara died, & maybe a few changes ala Oath, & it's official cannon, destroying the good, but inferior MOTS. Heh, evil Eldeenians my arse! That's gotta be my pet peeve with MOTS
From what I understand, Ernst & Geist are descendants of the human priests of Alma. Or something similar to that, they don't have wings, so they ain't Eldeenians.
Actually when you fight Ernst he does have wings, did he always have them? and they were revealed once he unleashed his powers? (in other words Eldeenians have the ability to hide the wings) or did he simply gain wings at that time upon absorbing the power and literly evolved into a Eldeenian type being?
Post by ParanoiaDragon on Jul 24, 2005 17:36:16 GMT -5
Hmm, I don't totally remember him having wings, but I'll take your word for it. I remember something about humans trying to make black or white emelas, but could only make ash, which is where the Galbalan's came from. Though I don't recall how the black emelas sword came to be. Maybe Ernst & Geist are Eldeenians, or maybe half. I don't know.