In Book I your character leaves a paper trail for you to follow. Two of the three sealed notes end with the initial "E". Does this mean anything or is it just a random initial to confuse the player?
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In Book I the paper trail you left for yourself eventually leads you to your brother who was captured by the Goblins in Vela. In Book II Darus and Korren refer to your brother as "another guild member". Why don't they mention that he was your brother?
Randomizer could be correct although it seems odd none of the other Crius Vindica members refer to you as brother or sister.
In Book I your brother tells you to warn Erubor that the Goblins are planning an attack on Shadowmirk. He also tells you to seek advice from Erubor regarding the Crux of Ages "but only if you trust him." Does your brother know Erubor is a member of Crius Vindica? If he knows it seems like a bizarre thing to say.
Unanswered. I still think it was a very bizarre thing to say before dying.
In Book II why does Darus, Korren, Erubor, Sparrow and Shina not use your real name? According to the sealed note you leave for yourself in Aridell the name you think you remember was imprinted into your mind. Wouldn't they use your real name?
Unanswered. Nobody mentions being unable to tell you your real name for fear of attracting attention or being surprised at what you chose to call yourself.
In Book II we never learn who hired Zeblin to assassinate Darus. The obvious answer is an agent of the *One* but what if it wasn't his doing? Zeblin goes into no details.
Unanswered. Would appear there is no mystery to this question.
In Book I you can ask Erubor about the Orakur. He tells you he knows "very little about them" but "that they exist" and he doubts "they are a threat to anyone." In Book II if you tell Korren not to destroy the Crux stones because of what Shina told you he will say "there are no such things as Orakur." If Erubor knows about the Orakur why doesn't Korren? Or was Korren lying to you, and if so for what purpose?
If Korren was under the influence of Malkur as Lilith implies then wouldn't the Crux of Ages have freed his mind when he was in Talushorn?
In Book II was it coincidence that the *One* made his appearance right before you and Korren could destroy the Crux of Ages and Fire or leave Talushorn with them? Or did the *One* travel back in time to stop you?
In Book II the *One* uses a metallic wand that disintegrates Korren with ease. How could you protect yourself against such a weapon? Could the answer be found in one of the crux stones?
The metallic wand has disappeared. Malkur just gives up in the end after several years of scheming when victory was in his grasp.
In Book II we discover in Fathamurk that it is possible to create portals through physical space, allowing travel to the past and the future with the use of a crystal mineral called Candecium. There are two portals that demonstrate this by sending you a second into the past or the future when stepped on. How does it work? If you go back in time and stop yourself from using the portal, does that mean you no longer exist? And if not does that mean you could abuse time travel and get yourself several Plasma Wands?
Karamiklan mentions a time line loop and a paradox cascade that could destroy Eschalon because of what the Orakur are planning to do.