question about characters

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Re: question about characters

Postby Ranylyn » Fri Mar 12, 2010 4:14 pm

*shrugs* Like I've been saying... my one complaint is that things like this are never officially and fully explained in the game itself.

You do have some very good points, Ganheim, though I need to rewatch that scene with Skeith since I remember it more as Skeith trying to convince Haseo that his friends are a pain and then saying "You don't need me anymore." rather than just saying "I'm leaving." But like Zelkova said, the Xth form is powered by Skeith. In other words, I've always thought of that scene is more symbolic than actually "happening" (It's basically a dream) in the sense that both of Haseo's "sides" so to speak, have finally come together as a single entity. His jerk-like badass angry side, and his caring and sympathetic good side.
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Re: question about characters

Postby Ganheim » Wed Mar 24, 2010 2:57 am

Ranylyn wrote:I've always thought of that scene is more symbolic than actually "happening" (It's basically a dream) in the sense that both of Haseo's "sides" so to speak, have finally come together
You and I think alike in many things (particularly in how we'd like it if the writers were a little clearer) - I'd never really been able to make much sense of that scene unless it's taken out of a strictly literal/direct context and viewed as more of a metaphor or something like that.

It's been good debating, even if we're still not really sure about anything.
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