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28th Sep '15 1:45:34 AM Ganondox
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Have no idea if this has been jossed, but we know that he now possesses the treasure of life that Mother used to hold, the ruins collapsed in the last game, but they are also where the next game takes place. So, presumably something had to repopulate the ruins, and Shorn is the best candidate of any. We also know that he is a massive jerk, so it makes sense for him to be the villain. The goal of the game is the recover the treasure of life from him and get it to a more trustworthy owner.

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Have no idea if this has been jossed, but we know that he now possesses the treasure of life that Mother used to hold, the ruins collapsed in the last game, but they are also where the next game takes place. hold. So, presumably something had to repopulate populate the new ruins, and Shorn is the best as good a candidate of any. We also know that he is a massive jerk, so it makes sense for him to be the villain. The goal of the game is the recover the treasure of life from him and get it to a more trustworthy owner.
28th Sep '15 1:16:07 AM Ganondox
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[[WMG:Shorn is the main antagonist of La-Mulana 2.]]
Have no idea if this has been jossed, but we know that he now possesses the treasure of life that Mother used to hold, the ruins collapsed in the last game, but they are also where the next game takes place. So, presumably something had to repopulate the ruins, and Shorn is the best candidate of any. We also know that he is a massive jerk, so it makes sense for him to be the villain. The goal of the game is the recover the treasure of life from him and get it to a more trustworthy owner.
2nd Dec '14 11:28:38 PM THEBATHEAD
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[[WMG:The AlienGeometries and CultureChopSuey of the whole ruins were intentional.]]
All sorts of ancient lost cultures were used to represent Mother's body as ruins because Mother was the creator of all life, including humans, as well as to emphasize to explorers that YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm of Mother. The strange connections among the ruins also served to frustrate attempts to make sense of Mother's nature.
10th Nov '14 11:54:37 AM THEBATHEAD
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Defeating the bosses in the past unlocks the way to the future. This is why all the bosses had to stay in the past: their demise allowed the fields to begin changing.

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Defeating the bosses in the past unlocks the way to the future. This is why all the bosses had to stay in the past: their demise allowed the fields to begin changing. Also keeping in mind the first bullet point on [[Fridge/LaMulana the Fridge Brilliance tab]], this means that all the fields BecameTheirOwnAntithesis over time.
10th Nov '14 10:19:01 AM THEBATHEAD
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[[WMG:The backside fields are the future versions of the front side fields.]]
Forgive me if I start waxing metaphorical or getting into MindScrew, but this explains so much. Let's start with how each field changes:
* In Field I, the way of Guidance became lost over the years and turned into a twisted maze.
* In Field II, the climate changed drastically and the history of the Giants was lost beneath the glaciers.
* In Field III, the water from the Spring in the Sky purified the ruins and the [[LightIsNotGood blinding light]] faded.
* In Field IV, with the [[SuperDrowningSkills hazardous water]] drained away, the builders resumed work, dedicated the tower to Mother and forgot all memories of their past over time.
* In Field V, a civilization harnessed the heat of the caverns for themselves using the Tower of Ruin.
* In Field VI, a new civilization grew up on the ruins of a previous one.
* In Field VII, the duality of the Twin Labyrinths keeps the field frozen in time.
* In Field VIII, Tiamat's immense power reversed the flow of time itself.
* The biggest evidence: In Field IX, you see the Shrine of the Mother transform with your own eyes.
Defeating the bosses in the past unlocks the way to the future. This is why all the bosses had to stay in the past: their demise allowed the fields to begin changing.
20th Jun '14 10:29:37 PM SparkyLurkdragon
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* She's related to Lemeza through her mother's marriage; her biological father is unknown and she's HappilyAdopted on his side.

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* She's related to Lemeza through her mother's marriage; her biological father is unknown unimportant to the story and she's HappilyAdopted on his side.
20th Jun '14 10:29:19 PM SparkyLurkdragon
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* She is Lemaza's biological daughter, meaning he fathered her when he was 15 years old.

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* She is Lemaza's Lemeza's biological daughter, meaning he fathered her when he was 15 years old.
15th Apr '14 1:24:45 AM AyaReiko
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* Lumisa is a reincarnated or resurrected Tiamat. Hastily constructed by the original during her death throes, she's now no more powerful than an ordinary human. Her new form is partially based on the memories of the only human she has encountered, Lemeza.
2nd Mar '14 6:50:47 PM SparkyLurkdragon
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* I don't know, considering we now know that Lumisa existed offscreen during La-Mulana 1, I'd say it's safer to call this {{Jossed}}.
2nd Mar '14 2:45:26 PM Nightgazer
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* Quite possible, given their relatively small age difference (Lumisa is 21 according to the character page, while Lemeza is 36).
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