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** In ''Xenoblade: Definitive Edition'', [[spoiler: Alvis' updated character model has his necklace charm changed from a key, to an object strikingly similar to a red Core Crystal, all but confirming he is in fact Ontos.]]

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** [[spoiler: In ''Xenoblade: Definitive Edition'', [[spoiler: Alvis' updated character model has his necklace charm changed from a key, to an object strikingly similar to a red Core Crystal, all but confirming he is in fact Ontos.]]



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** In ''Xenoblade: Definitive Edition'', [[spoiler: Alvis' updated character model has his necklace charm changed from a key, to an object strikingly similar to a red Core Crystal, all but confirming he is in fact Ontos.]]


* Many times over the course of the game it is mentioned that Mor Ardain is nearing the very end of it's life, it's body has long been heating up - which the Ardanian's have used to provide them with large amounts of Geothermal Energy - which has desiccated the land and killed most of the plant and animal life, leaving the titan mostly a barren badlands filled with dust storms and monsters, the Ardanians have long been planing to move their people from their dying scion and indeed that is the reason they are so interested in Gormontt. Indeed the situation is so precarious that during the battle of the Titans it's implicated that Mor Ardain is on it's literal death bed, with with only months or weeks to live before it perishes causing Nial to order the evacuation and relocation of the Capital to Toragoth. One thing I never fully grasped, was the titan's death completely natural? Was Mor Ardain simply so ancient that having lived hundreds of thousands or millions of years it was just so old that it was dying of old age, or did something else help it along. Early on in the game I got the distinct inpression that the Ardainians may have "abused" or over used their Titan's resources, being "The Empire", and are now looking for a new source of resources in Gormontt. That notion fell away somewhat as it wasn't reinforced after the early game, but it it still left me wondering if the Ardanian's didn't help their titan along to it's demise by using up too much of it's resources and energy.
Secondly, in the opening of the Game, it's made a big point by Rex that many titans including some pretty large - albeit not continent sized - ones have been dying lately, we even seen one an example in a manta looking titan that dies right in the opening, and it's pretty big - though much smaller than the similarly shaped Temperantia. What was that all about? I thought it might have been connected to something happening to the Architect, but nothing really more is expounded upon it.
** To the first question, the game presents the symptoms of a titan nearing the end of its lifespan as something that is fairly well understood by humans. Nial remarks that even Gormott has been showing the early signs, that the harvests from the fields there have been declining for years. The Ardainians are known for making substantial "alterations" to their titans, but while some think it's painful, Azurda doesn't seem to think such things actually cause the titan any real harm. Siphoning off its ether on the other hand, like what was done to Genbu, can have negative effects. Overall though, titans are noted to have definite limits to their life spans, said spans are just very long (this can be inferred when Zeke remarks how hard he finds it to believe the Architect could still be alive if he created Alrest, that "even titans don't live that long").
** To the second question, the issue of titans dying off is a big one that motivates Rex to view Elysium as the solution, a place for humanity to move to as the living spaces (titans) are becoming fewer and fewer every year. Just why the decline is happening is a mystery to almost everyone and only explained late in the game, and even then its not explicitly stated (i.e. no one says "this is why the titans are dying out"), but it is a natural consequence of what we learn about the titan life cycle. Namely Blades after accumulating data from living many lives, return to the titan that bore them and proceed to become titans themselves. They grow over many centuries or millennia, though only a few attain the size of the "continent" titans. Eventually they die for good, however, they are replaced by their progeny who by the time of a large titan's death have likely produced one or two new continental titans that the people and animals can move to. This went smoothly as a process for many thousands of years, but then Amalthus became the Master Driver, and gained the power to siphon out from Core Crystals the accumulated experiences of the Blades via his cleansing procedure. This effectively prevented the Blades he did this to from reaching the point where they could become titans, as it basically forced each one to start accumulating experience from scratch. Few except Amalthus knew this though, but what everyone knew was that the cleaning procedure made the Core Crystal capable of resonating with a far wider range of people than otherwise. Thus there was a huge motivation to gather Core Crystals and make sure Amalthus cleansed them, so that there could be more Drivers to use as soldiers, peacekeepers, workers, etc. And this continued for 500 years. The result was that by the present day many existing titans are dying of old age, but because of Amalthus few, if any, are replaced by new, younger titans. It didn't help either that the Aegis War eliminated three continent titans in a short period. As for why Amalthus did this, his reasoning is mostly a PutTheWorldOutOfMyMisery, but he wants it done on his terms and by him. Watching society collapse into chaos as living space diminishes fulfilled his desire to keep proving to himself that there was no hope for humanity.

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* Many times over the course of the game it is mentioned that Mor Ardain is nearing the very end of it's life, it's body has long been heating up - which the Ardanian's have used to provide them with large amounts of Geothermal Energy - which has desiccated the land and killed most of the plant and animal life, leaving the titan mostly a barren badlands filled with dust storms and monsters, the Ardanians have long been planing to move their people from their dying scion and indeed that is the reason they are so interested in Gormontt. Indeed the situation is so precarious that during the battle of the Titans it's implicated that Mor Ardain is on it's literal death bed, with with only months or weeks to live before it perishes causing Nial to order the evacuation and relocation of the Capital to Toragoth. One thing I never fully grasped, was the titan's death completely natural? Was Mor Ardain simply so ancient that having lived hundreds of thousands or millions of years it was just so old that it was dying of old age, or did something else help it along. Early on in the game I got the distinct inpression that the Ardainians may have "abused" or over used their Titan's resources, being "The Empire", and are now looking for a new source of resources in Gormontt. That notion fell away somewhat as it wasn't reinforced after the early game, but it it still left me wondering if the Ardanian's didn't help their titan along to it's demise by using up too much of it's resources and energy. \n Secondly, in the opening of the Game, it's made a big point by Rex that many titans including some pretty large - albeit not continent sized - ones have been dying lately, we even seen one an example in a manta looking titan that dies right in the opening, and it's pretty big - though much smaller than the similarly shaped Temperantia. What was that all about? I thought it might have been connected to something happening to the Architect, but nothing really more is expounded upon it.
** To the first question, the game presents the symptoms of a titan nearing the end of its lifespan as something that is fairly well understood by humans. Nial remarks that even Gormott has been showing the early signs, that the harvests from the fields there have been declining for years.years and he ponders if its basically a warning that the whole world could be ending. The Ardainians are known for making substantial "alterations" to their titans, but while some think it's painful, Azurda doesn't seem to think such things actually cause the titan any real harm. Siphoning off its ether on the other hand, like what was done to Genbu, can have negative effects.effects, as can intentionally poisoning them (as is attempted on the Ardainian titan in one side quest). Overall though, titans are noted to have definite limits to their life spans, said spans are just very long (this can be inferred when Zeke remarks how hard he finds it to believe the Architect could still be alive if he created Alrest, that "even titans don't live that long").
** To the second question, the issue of titans dying off is a big one that motivates Rex to view Elysium as the solution, a place for humanity to move to as the living spaces (titans) are becoming fewer and fewer every year. Just why the decline is happening is a mystery to almost everyone and only explained late in the game, and even then its not explicitly stated (i.e. no one says "this is why the titans are dying out"), but it is a natural consequence of what we learn about the titan life cycle. Namely Blades after accumulating data from living many lives, return to the titan that bore them and proceed to become titans themselves. They grow over many centuries or millennia, though only a few attain the size of the "continent" titans. Eventually they die for good, however, they are replaced by their progeny who by the time of a large titan's death have likely produced one or two new continental titans that the people and animals can move to. This went smoothly as a process for many thousands of years, but then Amalthus became the Master Driver, and gained the power to siphon out from Core Crystals the accumulated experiences of the Blades via his cleansing procedure. This effectively prevented the Blades he did this to from reaching the point where they could become titans, as it basically forced each one to start accumulating experience from scratch. Few except Amalthus knew this though, but what everyone knew was that the cleaning procedure made the Core Crystal capable of resonating with a far wider range of people than otherwise. Thus there was a huge motivation to gather Core Crystals and make sure Amalthus cleansed them, so that there could be more Drivers to use as soldiers, peacekeepers, workers, etc. And this continued for 500 years. The result was that by the present day many existing titans are dying of old age, but because of Amalthus few, if any, are replaced by new, younger titans. It didn't help either that the Aegis War eliminated three continent titans in a short period. As for why Amalthus did this, his reasoning is mostly a PutTheWorldOutOfMyMisery, PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery, but he wants it done on his terms and by him. Watching society collapse into chaos as living space diminishes fulfilled his desire to keep proving to himself that there was no hope for humanity.


** To the first question, the game presents the symptoms of a titan nearing the end of its lifespan as something that is fairly well understood by humans. Nial remarks that even Gormott has been showing the early signs, that the harvests from the fields there have been declining for years. The Ardainians are known for making substantial "alterations" to their titans, but while some think it's painful, Azurda doesn't seem to think such things actually cause the titan any real harm. Siphoning off its ether on the other hand, like what was done to Genbu, can have negative effects. Overall though, titans are noted to have definite limits to their life spans, said spans are just very long (this can be inferred when Zeke remarks that for the Architect to be alive he would have had to have a life longer than any titan).

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** To the first question, the game presents the symptoms of a titan nearing the end of its lifespan as something that is fairly well understood by humans. Nial remarks that even Gormott has been showing the early signs, that the harvests from the fields there have been declining for years. The Ardainians are known for making substantial "alterations" to their titans, but while some think it's painful, Azurda doesn't seem to think such things actually cause the titan any real harm. Siphoning off its ether on the other hand, like what was done to Genbu, can have negative effects. Overall though, titans are noted to have definite limits to their life spans, said spans are just very long (this can be inferred when Zeke remarks that for how hard he finds it to believe the Architect to could still be alive if he would have had to have a life longer than any titan).created Alrest, that "even titans don't live that long").



* Secondly, in the opening of the Game, it's made a big point by Rex that many titans including some pretty large - albeit not continent sized - ones have been dying lately, we even seen one an example in a manta looking titan that dies right in the opening, and it's pretty big - though much smaller than the similarly shaped Temperantia. What was that all about? I thought it might have been connected to something happening to the Architect, but nothing really more is expounded upon it.

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\n* Secondly, in the opening of the Game, it's made a big point by Rex that many titans including some pretty large - albeit not continent sized - ones have been dying lately, we even seen one an example in a manta looking titan that dies right in the opening, and it's pretty big - though much smaller than the similarly shaped Temperantia. What was that all about? I thought it might have been connected to something happening to the Architect, but nothing really more is expounded upon it.
** To the first question, the game presents the symptoms of a titan nearing the end of its lifespan as something that is fairly well understood by humans. Nial remarks that even Gormott has been showing the early signs, that the harvests from the fields there have been declining for years. The Ardainians are known for making substantial "alterations" to their titans, but while some think it's painful, Azurda doesn't seem to think such things actually cause the titan any real harm. Siphoning off its ether on the other hand, like what was done to Genbu, can have negative effects. Overall though, titans are noted to have definite limits to their life spans, said spans are just very long (this can be inferred when Zeke remarks that for the Architect to be alive he would have had to have a life longer than any titan).
** To the second question, the issue of titans dying off is a big one that motivates Rex to view Elysium as the solution, a place for humanity to move to as the living spaces (titans) are becoming fewer and fewer every year. Just why the decline is happening is a mystery to almost everyone and only explained late in the game, and even then its not explicitly stated (i.e. no one says "this is why the titans are dying out"), but it is a natural consequence of what we learn about the titan life cycle. Namely Blades after accumulating data from living many lives, return to the titan that bore them and proceed to become titans themselves. They grow over many centuries or millennia, though only a few attain the size of the "continent" titans. Eventually they die for good, however, they are replaced by their progeny who by the time of a large titan's death have likely produced one or two new continental titans that the people and animals can move to. This went smoothly as a process for many thousands of years, but then Amalthus became the Master Driver, and gained the power to siphon out from Core Crystals the accumulated experiences of the Blades via his cleansing procedure. This effectively prevented the Blades he did this to from reaching the point where they could become titans, as it basically forced each one to start accumulating experience from scratch. Few except Amalthus knew this though, but what everyone knew was that the cleaning procedure made the Core Crystal capable of resonating with a far wider range of people than otherwise. Thus there was a huge motivation to gather Core Crystals and make sure Amalthus cleansed them, so that there could be more Drivers to use as soldiers, peacekeepers, workers, etc. And this continued for 500 years. The result was that by the present day many existing titans are dying of old age, but because of Amalthus few, if any, are replaced by new, younger titans. It didn't help either that the Aegis War eliminated three continent titans in a short period. As for why Amalthus did this, his reasoning is mostly a PutTheWorldOutOfMyMisery, but he wants it done on his terms and by him. Watching society collapse into chaos as living space diminishes fulfilled his desire to keep proving to himself that there was no hope for humanity.


** There might actually be an answer in Torna: The Golden Country, abet one that is incredibly brief/small and very, very, easy to miss. Monster Granny Martha, who resides in Hyber Village on the Titan of Torna, has spent much of her life cataloguing Unique Monsters all across Alrest, and has only those on Torna and Gormont left to chronicle. During a conversation with her she will speak of her travels which have have taken her to all the various Titans of Alrest, including Lefteria, and the destroyed Coiea; finally she also mentions a Titan by the name of Estham, a titan which as far as can be found isn't mentioned anywhere else, either in Torna or the main game. This conversation - which cannot be repeated (she abbreviates it if you talk to her again) - is the only mention of this Titan, and all that is given is the name, which doesn't tell us much; but given that Martha must have visited this titan in her lifetime, it likely was still around or only recently destroyed like Coiea at the time you speak to her. Indeed - and this may be stretching context - it is the last titan she mentions, which could suggest it was the most recent/last one she visited before coming to Torna. Since this titan is never again mentioned, and is never mentioned or seen as one of the still extant titans in the main game, it must have been destroyed/died sometime between the Addam et al's conversation with Martha and the beginning of the main game 500 years later, which in absence of any other evidence to the contrary makes it at least hypothetically a good candidate - if not the best one we have - for the third Titan destroyed/killed in the Ageis war.

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** There might actually be an answer in Torna: The Golden Country, abet one that is incredibly brief/small and very, very, easy to miss. Monster Granny Martha, who resides in Hyber Village on the Titan of Torna, has spent much of her life cataloguing Unique Monsters all across Alrest, and has only those on Torna and Gormont left to chronicle. During a conversation with her she will speak of her travels which have have taken her to all the various Titans of Alrest, including Lefteria, and the destroyed Coiea; finally she also mentions a Titan by the name of Estham, a titan which as far as can be found isn't is only mentioned anywhere else, one other place, it's Mikhail's home titan and he mentions it when he's introduced ,otherwise it's not talked about either in Torna or the main game. This conversation - which cannot be repeated (she abbreviates it if you talk to her again) - is the only mention of this Titan, Titan besides Mik's introduction, and all that is given is the name, which doesn't tell us much; but given that Martha must have visited this titan in her lifetime, lifetime and that Mikhail can't be more than 10, it likely was still around or only recently destroyed like Coiea at the time you speak to her. Indeed - and this may be stretching context - it is the last titan she mentions, which could suggest it was the most recent/last one she visited before coming to Torna. Since this titan is never again mentioned, and is never mentioned or seen as one of the still extant titans in the main game, it must have been destroyed/died sometime between the Addam et al's conversation with Martha and the beginning of the main game 500 years later, which in absence of any other evidence to the contrary makes it at least hypothetically a good candidate - if not the best one we have - for the third Titan destroyed/killed in the Ageis war.

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[[folder: Is Mor Ardain dying of Natural Causes]]
*Many times over the course of the game it is mentioned that Mor Ardain is nearing the very end of it's life, it's body has long been heating up - which the Ardanian's have used to provide them with large amounts of Geothermal Energy - which has desiccated the land and killed most of the plant and animal life, leaving the titan mostly a barren badlands filled with dust storms and monsters, the Ardanians have long been planing to move their people from their dying scion and indeed that is the reason they are so interested in Gormontt. Indeed the situation is so precarious that during the battle of the Titans it's implicated that Mor Ardain is on it's literal death bed, with with only months or weeks to live before it perishes causing Nial to order the evacuation and relocation of the Capital to Toragoth. One thing I never fully grasped, was the titan's death completely natural? Was Mor Ardain simply so ancient that having lived hundreds of thousands or millions of years it was just so old that it was dying of old age, or did something else help it along. Early on in the game I got the distinct inpression that the Ardainians may have "abused" or over used their Titan's resources, being "The Empire", and are now looking for a new source of resources in Gormontt. That notion fell away somewhat as it wasn't reinforced after the early game, but it it still left me wondering if the Ardanian's didn't help their titan along to it's demise by using up too much of it's resources and energy.

*Secondly, in the opening of the Game, it's made a big point by Rex that many titans including some pretty large - albeit not continent sized - ones have been dying lately, we even seen one an example in a manta looking titan that dies right in the opening, and it's pretty big - though much smaller than the similarly shaped Temperantia. What was that all about? I thought it might have been connected to something happening to the Architect, but nothing really more is expounded upon it.

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** There might actually be an answer in Torna: The Golden Country, abet one that is incredibly brief/small and very, very, easy to miss. Monster Granny Martha, who resides in Hyber Village on the Titan of Torna, has spent much of her life cataloguing Unique Monsters all across Alrest, and has only those on Torna and Gormont left to chronicle. During a conversation with her she will speak of her travels which have have taken her to all the various Titans of Alrest, including Lefteria, and the destroyed Coiea; finally she also mentions a Titan by the name of Estham, a titan which as far as can be found isn't mentioned anywhere else, either in Torna or the main game. This conversation - which cannot be repeated (she abbreviates it if you talk to her again) - is the only mention of this Titan, and all that is given is the name, which doesn't tell us much; but given that Martha must have visited this titan in her lifetime, it likely was still around or only recently destroyed like Coiea at the time you speak to her. Indeed - and this may be stretching context - it is the last titan she mentions, which could suggest it was the most recent/last one she visited before coming to Torna. Since this titan is never again mentioned, and is never mentioned or seen as one of the still extant titans in the main game, it must have been destroyed/died sometime between the Addam et al's conversation with Martha and the beginning of the main game 500 years later, which in absence of any other evidence to the contrary makes it at least hypothetically a good candidate - if not the best one we have - for the third Titan destroyed/killed in the Ageis war.


** My interpretation was that since core crystals were originally used to replace brain cells, it wouldn’t be a stretch for them to replace other organs, so pneuma used her core crystal to regenerate rex’s heart and then sepetate her core crystal from it.

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** My interpretation was that since core crystals were originally used to replace brain cells, it wouldn’t be a stretch for them to replace other organs, so pneuma Pneuma used her core crystal to regenerate rex’s Rex’s heart and then sepetate her core crystal from it.
** One of Rex's best buddies is a powerful blade with the ability to heal any injury, including death. Just standing near Nia was probably enough to regenerate and heal his heart to the point he didn't need Pyra's crystal anymore.


** I think they just don't mention it or find it necessary ( if we want to hypothesize it might have been part of a cut dungeon or even DLC that was never made, either way It's never mentioned much). As for actual in game locations there are only really two weakly possible options in the game and neither fit. Despite the Manta's horribly scarred state, Temperantia is still very much alive, plus only some of that damage is thought to have been wrought in the Aegis war, the majority is implied to have been caused during the even more ancient war between the Kingdom Judicium (the precursors to the Indolins, and the biomancer's to Torna's technomancers) and the Kingdom of Torna, which saw the former destroyed. The other more plausible but still unlikely option is Morytha. Morytha(The Titan) has been dead for a very long time,long enough for it's body to decay to such a state that it's unrecognizable as to what form it once had, whether it's death predates the formation of the great void by Ophion, is unknown, it's corpse beaching itself there would suggest that it died after the war, but given the state of Torna - which despite being dead for 500 years still has it's general form - I would think that Morytha died long before the war, indeed long ago enough that it's original name has been forgotten and it now only takes the moniker of the cursed land which lies deep in the abyss below it.

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** I think they just don't mention it or find it necessary beyond the notion that it existed and was destroyed during the war ( if we want to hypothesize it might have been part of a cut dungeon or section - as an example Torna Golden Country was in fact supposed to be 3 to 4 or so chapters of the main game between Ch7 and 8, that were cut for time and consistency - or even DLC that was never made, either way It's it's never mentioned much). As much, once by Morag and maybe once by Amalphas during the summit).

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for actual in game locations there are only really two weakly possible options in the game and really neither fit. Despite the Manta's horribly scarred state, Temperantia is still very much alive, alive and above the clouds, plus only some of that damage is thought to have been wrought in the Aegis war, the majority is implied to have been caused during the even more ancient war between the Kingdom Judicium (the precursors to the Indolins, and the biomancer's to Torna's technomancers) and the Kingdom of Torna, which saw the former destroyed. The destroyed.

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other more plausible but still unlikely option is Morytha. Morytha(The Titan) Little is known about Morytha (The Titan), other than it has been dead for a very long time,long time, long enough for it's body to decay to such a state that it's unrecognizable as to what form it once had, had. We know by the ruins and temple structures covering what parts of it we explore that it was once inhabited, but there aren't really any clues to how long ago that was. Indeed whether it's death predates the formation of the great void by Ophion, where it has come to rest is unknown, it's corpse beaching itself there would suggest that it died after the war, but given the state of Torna - which despite being dead for 500 years still has it's general form - I would think that Morytha died long before the war, indeed long ago enough that it's original name has been forgotten and it now only takes the moniker of the cursed and forgotten land which lies deep in the abyss below it.

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** I think they just don't mention it or find it necessary ( if we want to hypothesize it might have been part of a cut dungeon or even DLC that was never made, either way It's never mentioned much). As for actual in game locations there are only really two weakly possible options in the game and neither fit. Despite the Manta's horribly scarred state, Temperantia is still very much alive, plus only some of that damage is thought to have been wrought in the Aegis war, the majority is implied to have been caused during the even more ancient war between the Kingdom Judicium (the precursors to the Indolins, and the biomancer's to Torna's technomancers) and the Kingdom of Torna, which saw the former destroyed. The other more plausible but still unlikely option is Morytha. Morytha(The Titan) has been dead for a very long time,long enough for it's body to decay to such a state that it's unrecognizable as to what form it once had, whether it's death predates the formation of the great void by Ophion, is unknown, it's corpse beaching itself there would suggest that it died after the war, but given the state of Torna - which despite being dead for 500 years still has it's general form - I would think that Morytha died long before the war, indeed long ago enough that it's original name has been forgotten and it now only takes the moniker of the cursed land which lies deep in the abyss below it.

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* So what exactly is a Driver Art within the lore? Malos mentions early on that Rex knowing a few without being a driver makes him rather impressive. This could mean that they're just fighting techniques like ordinary martial arts or swordplay but there are several ether stat Driver Arts like Nia's Healing Circle that have what appear to be magical effects, and you can use those while the Shackle Blade status effect is inflicted, so it looks like the driver has some kind of ether power independent of the Blade.


** He might have been talking about the tornado that is always visible in the same spot near the Land of Morytha. Another possible explanation is the gap in the Cloud Sea created by [[spoiler: Artifice Ophion circling around the World Tree]], which is referred in-game to as the Great Rift. Or maybe the tornado was caused by the Great Rift slowly closing up, now that [[Pyra's giant robot snake isn't working to keep the Rift open anymore]]. It's just not explained clearly enough one way or another.

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** He might have been talking about the tornado that is always visible in the same spot near the Land of Morytha. Another possible explanation is the gap in the Cloud Sea created by [[spoiler: Artifice Ophion circling around the World Tree]], which is referred in-game to as the Great Rift. Or maybe the tornado was caused by the Great Rift slowly closing up, now that [[Pyra's [[spoiler: Pyra's giant robot snake isn't working to keep the Rift open anymore]]. anymore.]] It's just not explained clearly enough one way or another.

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* As we may already know, Flesh Eaters are Blades infused with human cells in an attempt to make them more powerful or give them unique powers. The question is how to determine what parts of a Flesh Eater is human without them telling. The example to use here is [[spoiler:Jin, who stated that he ate Lora's heart. Upon transforming into his true form, a gash scar is revealed on his chest]]. And then there's Cole/Minoth, who has a prominent scar over his left eye. Maybe the placement is coincidental, but does the scar signify where and what human cells were implanted to create a Flesh Eater? In Minoth's case as an experimental Flesh Eater, Amalthus could've used a human eye or brain to turn him into a Flesh Eater?


** Additionally, regarding [[spoiler:Nia, the only major character who actually died on her watch was Vandham, and she couldn't have saved him anyway, because Obrona was suppressing Blades' ether abilities.]]

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** Additionally, regarding [[spoiler:Nia, the only major character who actually died on her watch was Vandham, and she couldn't have saved him anyway, because at the time, Obrona was suppressing Blades' ether abilities.]]

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