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History, Locations, and Artifacts / Geographical Inconsistencies I
« on: January 22, 2004, 11:59:53 pm »
Maybe the burst of power generated by Magus's attempt at summoning Lavos caused his fort-continent to slowly (well, in geological time, quickly) sink into the sea.

Chrono Compendium Discussion / Cliff's Notes version of articles
« on: January 11, 2004, 10:50:00 pm »
The Chrono Series Chronology you recently posted is a great format to use; lots of information, minimalist structure.

General Discussion / Favorite Place in an RPG
« on: January 09, 2004, 10:23:22 pm »
In FFVII, Cosmo Canyon is a great place to visit every now and then.  Also, I love visiting Neotokio (not a typo) in Terranigma; before Asmodeus kills everyone in Neotokio, though. Loire is a great town in that game as well.

Chrono Compendium Discussion / Cliff's Notes version of articles
« on: January 09, 2004, 10:15:53 pm »
I have a kind of short attention span, and some of the articles here are very long. Could there be some notes added to the end of articles that highlight the main points, other important things to note, and unanswered questions?

History, Locations, and Artifacts / Masamune, Einlanzer, & Hero's Medal
« on: January 09, 2004, 09:58:43 pm »
Okay, here's my theory; shoot holes in it all you want: After Lavos was defeated, Masa and Mune went to sleep, since the perceived threat ws over. Frog then left the Masamune to rest. Time passes; Porre rises up and conquers Guardia, and the Masamune was seized. Now since Lavos was defeated (in a sense) and Masa and Mune were sleeping, the sword became unstable. Also, since Mase and Mune were asleep at the wheel, anyone could wield the Masamune. After the Porre army used it on the battlefield, the sword evetually became so unstable split in two, essentially making two swords. There was the good one, Einlanzer; and the evil one, the "Demonic" Masamune; which reflects the dual nature of the original Masamune's potential.

As for the Hero's Medal, suppose it has nothing much to do with the Masamune, but more to do with it's previous wielders? Perhaps it is illustrious and unknown (unknown in the sense that it isn't covered in the plot) history that gives it it's power?

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