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Magic, Elements, and Technology / Josh's Magic Guide to the Chrono Series
« on: February 26, 2005, 04:01:33 pm »
Chrono triger isn`t dbz or naruto. Hatred can`t help in such situation, it just makes problems.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 24, 2005, 04:20:09 pm »
Quote from: razor's edge
Magus's shadow spells don't necessarily sound evil, though-- Dark Bomb, Dark Mist, Black Hole, and Dark Matter. The last two are scientific terms even. Dark Bomb sounds a lot less evil than, say, Evil Emanation.

If weak magician cast`s fire spell it would be called simple fire, but if stronger magician casts stronger fire spell it would be called hellfire or inferno. So second magician is evil? Imho same goes for Lavos attacks.

Magic, Elements, and Technology / Who Taught Magic In Zeal?
« on: February 24, 2005, 09:05:40 am »
Enlightened Ones probably used similar magic but in much weaker form so they thought that Crono & co magic is primitive

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 24, 2005, 09:01:03 am »
Quote from: Chrono'99
According to the names of his attacks, Lavos would really be evil : Evil Emanation, Shadow Doom Blaze, Shadow Slay, Span Death, Crying Heavens, Dreamless, Evil Star. Only "Invading Light" doesn't sound evilish.

Anyway, the existence of the Frozen Flame shows that Lavos must have some conscience : the Frozen Flame is conscious, and it serves as a mediator between an user and Lavos (it would be hard to mediate anything if Lavos was a mere animal).

As part of the Devourer of Time, Lavos shows sadness, sorrow, despair and hate, so it prooves that he's conscious and has feelings (although negative ones).

He is master of magic so he probably knows every spell and attack which can cause magical damage. From the game we can see that magus is strongest in magic, maybe it`s because he is using shadow magic which maybe is strongest of all magics and because this magic is believed to be evil it`s spell names are evilish. So if shadow is trongest wouldn`t it be logical for Lavos to use strongest magic?

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 21, 2005, 03:22:08 pm »
So humans also are evil, because Dragon God, dwarfs, demi-humans say so. Lavos is doing what he must do. Only TD may be true evil.

Polling / 2/26/05 - Which is your favorite Red-innate CC character?
« on: February 20, 2005, 04:54:08 pm »
Draggy, because he is cool :)

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 20, 2005, 07:31:40 am »
I was just kidding about the spellcheck thingy sarua...I can read people's location tags...Lithuania? Isn't that in Europe or something? Who knows? What am I? A geography major or something? No. No, I am most certainly not. And yes, razor's edge, I'm not a spelling major either

You asked if i`m foreign so i answered. Yes Lithuania is in Europe.

And, I dunno, sarua, I didn't see it as you were having problems with the back-and-forth, I thought you were saying things about how other people just wouldn't give in to the other side of the arguement...Perhaps I misread. Missread? Miss Red? Y'know what I mean.

yes i know what you mean :) Well imho it`s same thing. You don`t agree with arguments which are good and you ask again same thing and again.

P.S. While using word "you" in my last sentence i wasn`t talking about you V_Translanka.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 19, 2005, 08:24:11 am »
Quote from: V_Translanka

Also, I think you need to, like, spellcheck, or something...What are you, foreign? :lol:

Yes, i am from Lithuania(i doubt that you know where it is). I understand almost everything what you write but when it comes to write myself it`s a bit problematic :|

Quote from: V_Translanka
I think you're misinterpreting arguements over theories (the only real way to advance upon said theories) as being some kind of wierd personal attacks...We're just shootin' the breeze here, guy...Workin' the kinks out, as they say...

Well it`s analysis forum and here you just going back and forth. I would understand if such thread were in general forum, but  imho such style doesn`t fit here.

Quote from: V_Translanka
Well, even through the bad grammer, I still understand most of what you say, buck-o. Now, where do you get the teacher thing? Also, Magus killing who-knows-how-many is all assumption. We don't know if he actually killed anything or if there was just killing done in his name. All we know is that Magus is basically using the Mystics so that he can summon and thusly confront Lavos. I agree though that Frog has more personal ambitions when it comes to Magus rather than Lavos...So, no more hissy-fits.

Hm i always thought that Cyrus was teacher to Frog but know that you asked i realyd don`t know from where i got that idea but it makes small diference.
Well Magus is leader of Mystics so it`s very logical to hate him for what Mystics did.

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 18, 2005, 12:40:44 pm »
I think that most of you are very stuborn(sp?). razor`s edge has more then enought evidences from the game that masamune was hurting magus because Frog was using it and no, you can`t agre with that, mainly because your opinion is diferent and you can`t accept that it`s not right one.

Quote from: CTcronoboy
But Frog wants to defeat Lavos, and it doesn't do anything there.

Can`t you see diference betwen magus and lavos in frog`s eyes? Oh ye Lavos will destroy world in witch Frog will never live and no one ho is precious to him will die because of that. Ofcourse he is hero so he fights Lavos. And here goes Magus ho has killed his best friend and techer in front of him(probably) and is treat to all guardia(ho knows how many precous people to Frog were killed due to magus) and even more he turned him into frog! I wonder which one you would hate more if you were in Frog`s place.

Quote from: CTcronoboy
Quote from: razor's edge
The 'wind' mentioned in Chrono Cross is not necessarily the same as the Black Wind.

And about Magus attacking Lavos, he may have hurt Lavos superficially, but it's pretty obvious that at that point that Lavos can kill them with just one attack(Crono).

I'm sure that it hurt Lavos, but not to the extent that Magus wanted it to. I think he was expecting more of a extreme attack kind of thing.

Yes, he probably thought that he would seriuosly wound Lavos with one or two spells.
And about wind, imho black wind = something terible might happen. And yes in Chrono Cross someone mentioned that strange wind surrounds Serge

Characters, Plot, and Themes / Magus's Weakness to the Masamune
« on: February 11, 2005, 10:34:21 am »
Quote from: CTcronoboy
So Frog's hatred for Magus enables the sword to actually work? Then why is there a legend that the sword will weaken Magus? Those two don't coinside very well, it would make sense if there wasn't a legend behind the sword. But because of the legend, it kinda negates your theory. Cyrus didn't have much hatered for Magus, it was more of a save the kingdom kind of mission. Not a revenge against someone who killed my best freind. I hope you see the difference I am trying to point out.

I was pretty sure that it was decided that Magus did not use Lavos's power for his magical abilities. So that scraps that theory, and plus using that logic the Queen should also have been affected by the sword.

Well i don`t remember this legend corectly but here is my theory:

There is legend about unbeatable mistic, Magus(well there wasn`t but sure there was rumors about his dark powers and things like that) so people need hope(without hope you are almost nothing) and someone starts legend that sword can weaken magus and kill him, that person ho started rumors/legend probably knew that there was something strange about that sword. And Cyrus sure didn`t had such agenda against magus as Frog had. And i don`t think that Cyrus was stronger than Frog at that scene were he faces magus with masamune

Was magus aviable to kill Lavos with one attack later? imho he was hurting Lavos back then but not seriously. Well if you hit oponent and he doesn`t fall, isn`t bleading and similar things then you think that you wasn`t aviable to hurt him.

So maybe in original timeline Lavos thought that all zeal is potencial enemy to him and in 600AD he though that magus is potencial enemy, but not mystics, just magus

But in original timeline Lavos killed Magus when he summoned it. Imho it was Lavos some kinda automatic self defense like V_Translanka said or Lavos was shoked that one man was aviable to summon him and probably seen his power so decided to destroy him or probably most logical version is that Magus immediately attacked Lavos, so Lavos was defending himself. About zeal i think that Lavos was angry that quen wanted to get much more power from him than he was wiling to give

Polling / 2/12/05 - What was the most dramatic moment in the series?
« on: February 07, 2005, 05:18:35 pm »
From this ones burning orphanage scene, most shokings was burning picture of Lucca.

But most shoking and probably dramatic event for me was destruction of FATE, when i understood that they killed their own protector, yes FATE was evil, but she was guarding mankind from even greater evil.

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