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That was a bad moveEdit
This is not just a regular enemy. This is a race, like the Urutan-Yensa, that deserves a page just to describe the term.
Wolf in the WoodsEdit
Does anyone else think that the extra pages in the bestiary entry refer to the nature of the Baknamy? There is one tenuous reason to think so: the wolf cannot speak, for its voice is unchanged. Now, go and find the Baknamy merchant. What does he say to you when you find him?
".....", of course!
Hardly strong evidence, but certainly interesting.
Second Entry Edit
Um... Can anyone explain the end of the second Clan Primer entry? I'm not sure if the hunter killed the wolf, the wolf sent his pack down to attack the village, or both...
I'm also wondering how it connects with the Baknamy race... I don't see the connection, aside from what's mentioned above.
--Cyberweasel89 05:17, January 24, 2010 (UTC)
To answer your second question, the second entry for a monster's beastiary page normally doesn't have anything to do with that monster. Usually, it's just a place to get a tidbit of history, item information, stories, trivia, etc. JohnnyC
- Oh, right. Sorry. Been a while since I played FFXII...
- --Cyberweasel89 16:56, February 19, 2010 (UTC)