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Postby Alundra » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:04 pm

is JLAFLZ short for your name then?
Ken~ says: I'll be a cop by then...
~Alundra~ says:All right, grand tour of china! drivin' around in a cop car!
Ken~says:You'll be wearing the uniform too?
~Alundra~ says:no u'll wear the uniform
~Alundra~ says:i'll just be sitting next to you going woeh woeh woeh ¨-^
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Postby JLAF » Tue Aug 22, 2006 6:14 pm

No, I'm my initials. I can never think of good names...
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Postby Sling » Wed Aug 23, 2006 9:13 am

Wow, someone with the same amount of initials as me.
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Postby World-War-III » Wed Sep 27, 2006 10:05 am

Rhue:
Kills Jeruh with the help of Gaius, then Jeruh's aura takes over Rhue's body.
Will do anything if he thinks it will help him find Serena.
Seems to absorb his own aura in Jopaga's lab in ep4.


The only thing that bugs me is who was Rhue before he killed Jeruh? And why did he kill him. The role of Gaius is a bit foggy too. And why do Rhue sees Midian but not Jeruh in his coma (visions, whatever)? Can someone explain or so?
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Postby Sage Of The Wise » Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:01 pm

The only thing that bugs me is who was Rhue before he killed Jeruh? And why did he kill him.

Don'y know for sure, but it was probably Midian. And for why he killed him... well, that should be obvious if hes Midian.
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Postby pkuki » Sun Dec 10, 2006 2:26 pm

if he was midian, it might also explain why the mimic/phantom slasher was absent for a time (though according to sacrifa it might have been something to do with tetzel). also, the forest was the forest in ep6. it even has a ghost of a which that looks like a pretty woman.
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Postby MusashiEX » Wed Jan 24, 2007 8:04 pm

World-War-III wrote:And why do Rhue sees Midian but not Jeruh in his coma (visions, whatever)? Can someone explain or so?



He does see Jeruh is his dream. He's the person in the "normal" ending on the top floor of the tower.
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Postby nightshadow » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:19 pm

Hmm...has there been any progress on this so far?

I got to thinking about the poem in the titles, and I'm working on it.

See my sig.
Fading into the night,
The scourge of fear, the blight.
Upon this land beneath the sky.
Echoes of the past decry.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

In that a lost love carried on
The words to a lonely song.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Yes, everyone must surely bleed!
That is what I had decreed.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Some Lies indeed hide everything,
But the Truth will hide nothing.
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Postby MusashiEX » Mon Feb 12, 2007 4:25 pm

There's already a poem. It sounds more poetic than your rendition. No offence of course.

The land beneath the sky
Echoes of the past decried
A lost love carried on
Words to a lonely song
Everyone must bleed
Truth hides hothing


That sounds godly.
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Postby nightshadow » Tue Feb 13, 2007 9:50 am

I was talking about Kleunwrade's version, actually.

And if I manage to finish it, it might show why 5 and 6 don't rhyme...
Fading into the night,
The scourge of fear, the blight.
Upon this land beneath the sky.
Echoes of the past decry.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

In that a lost love carried on
The words to a lonely song.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Yes, everyone must surely bleed!
That is what I had decreed.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Some Lies indeed hide everything,
But the Truth will hide nothing.
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Postby MusashiEX » Tue Feb 13, 2007 2:55 pm

But only two of the lines are in Kleunwrade's poem, and the reason that it doesn't rhyme could be because their are the last lines, and Lun wanted the last line to make an strong impression.
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Postby nightshadow » Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:40 am

When I read just the first stanza, as a poet, it felt as if it wasn't completed.

Like it was missing words. Or a meaning waiting to be told. That's why I think it's about a sonnet's length.

Obviously, my sig isn't anywhere near a sonnet yet, but...
Fading into the night,
The scourge of fear, the blight.
Upon this land beneath the sky.
Echoes of the past decry.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

In that a lost love carried on
The words to a lonely song.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Yes, everyone must surely bleed!
That is what I had decreed.
---
*fill in the blanks*
*fill in the blanks*

Some Lies indeed hide everything,
But the Truth will hide nothing.
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Postby High Gravekeeper » Wed Apr 18, 2007 5:40 am

I have discovered some new facts. I'm not sure if they can be of any use, but they may have some significance.

Useless Fact #1:
Gallagher's (The guy that helps you beat the Phantom) name means Descendent of Gallchobhar, which in turn means foreign help, or help from a stranger.

This one may have some significance, but I'm not sure what it is.

Useless Fact #2
Inside the library next to The House of Pnoe, one of the books is called "Haskin's Ford". Haskin's Ford is a bridge in Missouri, apparently named after the infant daughter of Herbert and Bessie Blaire. She died in infancy in the 1920s.

Useless Fact #3:
Another book inside the library is called "Seiteki Kemono". This is a phrase in Japanese, and using a Japanese to English translator I found out what it means.
Seiteki can mean a number of things, Political opponent, static, legal wife, the legal wife's close family/children, or sexual/sex.
Kemono simply means beast.

I hope these facts can be of any use.
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Postby Sling » Wed Apr 18, 2007 12:01 pm

Sex beast?
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Postby Sage Of The Wise » Wed Apr 18, 2007 7:37 pm

Useless Fact #1:
Gallagher's (The guy that helps you beat the Phantom) name means Descendent of Gallchobhar, which in turn means foreign help, or help from a stranger.


Thats rather appropriete. Lun really goes all out on the names for people.
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