Post by SakuraHynan on Jan 20, 2014 21:59:47 GMT -5
Hello again guys =) sorry for my absence, but I'm having a hard month, with lots of exams to do =w=
Anyway! Today I've spent a great part of the day playing Ys I Complete, after beating Ys Book I & II on last Saturday. Aaaand... I've discovered something kinda interesting. Probably everyone already knows it, but I want to share this
The Ancient Ys Core is in the dephts of Solomon Shrine, as we discovered during the game. But why in the world the Darm's room is AFTER the Mystic Chamber, in Rastin Mine?
How could that be possible, since on Ys I, the ancient land of Ys (and the Solomon Shrine too) is floating in the sky, and the Rastin Mine is on Esteria, at the Earth?
At least there is one thing making sense on this: the Darm Key, which allows you to open the door to the Mystic Chamber - the Darm room is after the Vaguillon's chamber o.o
Post by bishopcruz on Jan 22, 2014 21:22:18 GMT -5
Yeah, it's one of the cooler parts of Ys 1 and 2. The games tie together perfectly. Basically the mines go through the mountains in esteria and the door is closed because there is nothing on the other side. If you were able to open it, it would just look out over Vargeiux Vardeuax or however it's spelled. But yeah, the Darm key lets you in to the Ys core.
According to the Udon artbook, parts of the Ys buildings were left behind (such as the Solomon shrine entrance) after Ys was lifted into the sky. A few of the underground areas connect with the tower of Darm.
So, logically, the core area would be at the base of the tower of Darm connecting the land to Ys.