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Actually, there should be no disagreement over whether or not Dycedarg actually killed Balbanes--he admits as much in the PSX version as soon as he transforms into Adramelk, and while I'm sure someone would produce a ridiculous explanation to keep the "controversy" alive (Adramelk COULD just be lying so Ramza will lose his cool and make a mistake! YEAH, THATS IT!) but I think we're pretty clearly meant to think Dycedarg killed his father. As for the PSP version, I can't speak--maybe that's different. I certainly think it would be more interesting if Dycedarg never admitted it, but in the PSX version anyway, that's just not what's there. ——Preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~.
Your point has no sense, dude if you haven't get noticed in the two versions of the game he admit it as Adrammelech, as far as i know he killed Barbaneth, Duke Larg reveal it once Dycedarg stab him on the chest, his last words where "You... you killed you father... to gain control... over your house.. and now you kill me.."
Seriously, if Larg reveals it and Dyce (as Adrammelech) confesses to it, how is it a controversy?220.127.116.11 11:55, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
Also, dont forget the scene where Zalbaag and that herbalist find Mossfungus growing from Barbaneth's grave, sort of proving the rumor that Dycedarg poisoned Barbaneth. 18.104.22.168 21:37, May 6, 2011 (UTC)
That's a bunch of nonsense speculation as far as I can tell. Mind if I remove it? He does brag about how he was the one to kill Balbanes, and Larg reveals it, as said above; I have no idea where the "preserving the family line" and mercy kill hypotheses come from.