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Still some grammar issues. And mind, basic info about Nethicite should be put in the lead. But great job. I felt like we needed an article on Nethicite but I didn't know exactly what it was. Crazyswordsman 05:35, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
- Why isn't my spoiler warning working? I thought that was the right code for it. I may be completely off base. Hmmm. I'm pretty stumped for general info to put in the lead. I'll see if I can fix it up later when I get an idea. oakenfelder 11:09 PM 12/20/06 MST
- It needs to be in double brackets. Crazyswordsman 06:31, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
- Ok thanks, I got it. :) oakenfelder
New Category[edit source]
Losing the Plot[edit source]
If nethicite in general, and therefore, the Sun-Cryst, were originally created by the Occuria, then surely the destruction of the Sun-Cryst has solved nothing - the Occuria can just make a new source, not to mention that massive chunk of it in the Great Crystal. The Man In The Black Cape 11:12, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
The blades[edit source]
The blades section is incorrect. The Sword of Kings can only destroy nethicite, and the Treaty Blade can only cut a piece of the Sun Cryst. It's kind of like the Red Pill/Blue Pill thing. In the destruction of the Sun-Cryst scene, Reddas takes the Sword of Kings, not the Treaty Blade.
- Both swords are equal. Reddas takes whichever sword he just happens to take first.Keltainentoukokuu 16:10, August 5, 2011 (UTC)
- If you play the game you'll learn that both blades have exactly the same function, and were granted to different persons by the Occuria for the same purpose; to cut shards from the Sun-Cryst. - Henryacores^ 02:19, August 6, 2011 (UTC)