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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby blatherbeard » Wed Jul 27, 2011 9:22 am

Randomizer wrote:What do you mean I failed my roll to disbelieve?



This line is just so much win.


Anywho, just started book 2, cant wait for book 3, hope there is a book 51535325 and counting.

Ive never been this addicted to a game since Final Fantasy was actually GOOD.
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby RPGamer » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:35 pm

Painted Lady wrote:Well, my guess would be that dragons are possible but not probable. The bones in Port K are from Barrea, and Book III is probably set in the islands to the east like Wylderan. That tricky BW could be setting us up for a T Rex sort of surprise - who knows?


Well.... think about it. btw... before you read on.. SPOILER ALERT!!!!!
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Anyways. At the end of Book II, you stand in the chamber infront of The One. You hold the Cruz of AGES. it's blasted with the la-di-da magic wand, and suddenly all of your equipment is gone, and you are in an unfamiliar land filled with jungle-y stuff. Cruz of AGES! hit by wand. and you're worried that dragons are all dead. Ever thought that we might be going back in time? >:)
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby Kreador Freeaxe » Wed Apr 11, 2012 4:08 pm

I like that thought RPGamer. That's an angle that hadn't occurred to me.
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby Prismatic Maelstrom » Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:48 pm

RPGamer wrote:At the end of Book II, you stand in the chamber infront of The One. You hold the Cruz of AGES.

You mean the Crux of Fire? :P Korren holds the Crux of Ages.

RPGamer wrote:Ever thought that we might be going back in time? >:)

What makes you think that? Because Book II ends in a tropical jungle? Or because of Fathamurk?
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby MyGameCompany » Wed Apr 11, 2012 6:13 pm

Jedi_Learner wrote:
RPGamer wrote:At the end of Book II, you stand in the chamber infront of The One. You hold the Cruz of AGES.

You mean the Crux of Fire? :P Korren holds the Crux of Ages.

True. But when he blasted Korren, the Crux of Ages fell to the ground. I had to watch the cutscene again to be sure. Then the One tried to blast you, but you held up the Crux of Fire to block it. There was a flash of light, and you woke up in the jungle. Perhaps when the beam hit the Crux of Fire, the burst of energy somehow hit the Crux of Ages on the floor and triggered it.

Jedi_Learner wrote:
RPGamer wrote:Ever thought that we might be going back in time? >:)

What makes you think that? Because Book II ends in a tropical jungle? Or because of Fathamurk?


We know time travel is possible in Eschalon because of Fathamurk. So it's a good bet that time travel has to come into play somewhere in Book III. I think RPGamer might be onto something...
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby RPGamer » Wed Apr 11, 2012 7:45 pm

Always nice to be right, or atleast think you are. 8-) nobody ruin the moment, or I will have to like... stalk you. o.o
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby Prismatic Maelstrom » Wed Apr 18, 2012 6:22 pm

MyGameCompany wrote:We know time travel is possible in Eschalon because of Fathamurk. So it's a good bet that time travel has to come into play somewhere in Book III.

I'm well aware of this, having spent a good amount of time pondering the storyline. My question was directed at RPGamer to ascertain whether or not he knew about Fandugan, Wylderan and Mirland.

My impression was that he thought we might of gone back in time because we regained consciousness in a jungle and not because of what we learned in Fathamurk.
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby Lord_P » Thu Apr 19, 2012 8:25 am

Looks like Jedi_Learner ruined your moment... :D

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Although I believe we will be travelling back in time... sometime.
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby RPGamer » Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:50 pm

actually, it was a combination of my hopes, the knowledge that we are in a jungle, and the portals in fathamurk.
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Re: Holy sh!t

Postby leshpar » Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:18 am

blatherbeard wrote:Ive never been this addicted to a game since Final Fantasy was actually GOOD.



Hahaha, this is so true for me as well. Seriously, the first RPG I ever beat was FF4 on the snes. I stayed addicted to Final Fantasy through number 9, even buying a PS1 when I was still a hardcore nintendo kid just because final fantasy moved to sony. I got number 10 once I got a ps2.. .and was hugely dissapointed, never looked back.

The first RPG I ever played extensively (but was never able to beat) was Ultima 6. My dad taught computers in a middle school when I was born, so we were lucky enough to have a computer at home from the day I was born. I was raised playing games on PC as well as consoles.

But yeah, I'm definitely addicted to Eschalon as well! I can't wait for book 3 and I haven't even finished Book 2 yet.
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