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20th May '16 7:14:52 PM Chericola
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* Jossed. It's revealed in the quest "Yulgar's First Date" that DF Aria's mother was a young woman named Lark.



* There is even the Heart on text and yeah she also counts as HideYourLesbians

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* There is even the Heart on text and yeah she also counts as HideYourLesbians
HideYourLesbians.



* [[WordOfGod Confirmed by the Staff]]

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* [[WordOfGod Confirmed by the Staff]]
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13th Dec '15 6:21:03 PM KitKatJ
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[[WMG: Aegis and his companions were sent after the Ice Orb when he died.]]
Think about it. When asked about his death, Aegis says that he and his companions were sent to the Northlands to investigate a spherical object. Now think about where we found the Ice Orb during the Orb Saga. It's a possible explanation as to why he is such a powerful ice spirit (and arguably one of the most powerful companions in-game). Not only did he die of combined hypothermia and drowning due to being pushed into ice water, he died near the ''Ice Orb.''
11th Dec '15 4:59:31 PM KitKatJ
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* Jossed. The door is now able to be lock-picked, and [[spoiler:two Pactagonal Knights are tied up inside.]]

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* Jossed. The door is now able to be lock-picked, and [[spoiler:two Pactagonal [[spoiler:three Knights who claim to be of the "Pellet Table" are tied up inside.]]
11th Dec '15 12:43:18 PM KitKatJ
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* Jossed. The door is now able to be lock-picked, and [[spoiler:two Pactagonal Knights are tied up inside.]]
27th Aug '15 6:56:55 PM GammaCavy
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We know he accepted a challenge to weave with the headmaster's spirit looms. Ans as of book three, quest ''Soulless'' we found out that someone he knows and is related to is in a coma, and he felt guilty for it. As of the Roirr quest Father of Mine, we have learned from a picture Danyel had that Tomix was one of twins. ''The student who dared him to weave with the headmaster's spiritlooms was his twin brother,'' who was harmed severely in the weaving accident! The twin is the one in the coma, and the one who woke up at the end of the Tomix Saga!
**Either that or Tomix ended up in his body, but your theory makes sense.
27th Aug '15 6:49:44 PM GammaCavy
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[[WMG: Tomix was dared by his brother]]
19th May '15 8:33:29 PM zandercan
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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a [=DragonLord=] until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and lost his adoptive brother during the Great Fire War by Drakkonan's hand, and thus has plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.

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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a [=DragonLord=] until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and also lost his adoptive brother during the Great Fire War by Drakkonan's hand, and thus has plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.
19th May '15 8:32:35 PM zandercan
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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a [=DragonLord=] until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and thus plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.

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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a [=DragonLord=] until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and lost his adoptive brother during the Great Fire War by Drakkonan's hand, and thus has plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.
19th May '15 8:30:05 PM zandercan
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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a DragonLord until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and thus plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.

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Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a DragonLord [=DragonLord=] until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and thus plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.
19th May '15 8:26:19 PM zandercan
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...he just didn't like him enough not to try to kill him. Yes, he did deny it when asked. But of all the people he had taken from Hunter's Paradise, why did he [[spoiler:model his human form after Tomix]] as opposed to anyone else? Tomix mentioned having fond memories of their time together, and being his SoulAlly for that long could totally lead to Aspar [[BecomingTheMask developing a real attachment, despite the fact that it was initially an act]]. One that he had to discard in order to get the thing he wanted more than anything.

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...he just didn't like him enough not to try to kill him. Yes, he did deny it when asked. But of all the people he had taken from Hunter's Paradise, why did he [[spoiler:model his human form after Tomix]] as opposed to anyone else? Tomix mentioned having fond memories of their time together, and being his SoulAlly for that long could totally lead to Aspar [[BecomingTheMask developing a real attachment, despite the fact that it was initially an act]]. One that he had to discard in order to get the thing he wanted more than anything.
anything.

[[WMG: Magus Neron is Galanoth.]]
Galanoth never lets himself be seen without his helmet or some sort of stand-in, while Neron only abandons his hood when it catches fire. Both clearly want to avoid being seen face-to-face if it's at all possible; Galanoth could have easily been hiding burn scars underneath his helmet all along. Neron and Galanoth both grew up in as yet unnamed villages destroyed by Akriloth, the great fire dragon, and lost loved ones and close neighbors, and it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to suggest that it could have been the same village. Galanoth doesn't even realize the player character is a DragonLord until this gets revealed to him, but Neron seems to be familiar enough with them during the Amityvale town meeting to know they'd be up to the task of helping the Rose make Amityvale safer. Galanoth, by virtue of being a Dragonslayer, would have had plenty of encounters with evil dragons and thus plenty of reason to conclude that magic is, overall, just not worth the trouble when it can easily be turned to evil ends by irresponsible users.
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