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We love ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion'', but sometimes its plot points [[JustBugsMe just bug us]].

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We love ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion'', but sometimes its plot points [[JustBugsMe just bug us]].
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*** The problem I see is that: 1) it's not adequately explained in-game 2) B route of Blaze is the only route that has actual adequate reason for Bronquia to invade, and it's not canon. And let's not get into the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13392285770A00829200&page=2#33 things Bronquia has done]] in the first half of the game to try to win the war...


We love ''YggdraUnion'', but sometimes its plot points [[JustBugsMe just bug us]].

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We love ''YggdraUnion'', ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion'', but sometimes its plot points [[JustBugsMe just bug us]].



** This makes sense, and even if he did know the truth, according to ''YggdraUnison'' he can't tell them apart, so he might still have thought that it was always [[spoiler:Aegina]].

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** This makes sense, and even if he did know the truth, according to ''YggdraUnison'' ''VideoGame/YggdraUnison'' he can't tell them apart, so he might still have thought that it was always [[spoiler:Aegina]].



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****Nessiah probably care a little for the Imperial Army and the reason why he didnt use them for the last part and instead revive a friend of the Royal Army was because he was upset of the death of is friend, even a little, and wanted some kind of revenge.


** Probably because the gate itself still would have been there to break through otherwise, and it's so well-fortified that [[BlazeUnion even during the Bronquian revolution]], Gulcasa chose to bypass the problem of breaking it down by making friends with the general in charge of keeping him out and getting the guy to just let him through. The method most conducive to keeping Milanor alive would be to take out the gate itself, not just the bombardment crew on top. (Also of note is that the cannons the Royal Army usually commandeers are ordinary ones, and the cannon in this instance is magical. The character attacking isn't a magic-user and might not have been able to work it.)

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** Probably because the gate itself still would have been there to break through otherwise, and it's so well-fortified that [[BlazeUnion [[VideoGame/BlazeUnion even during the Bronquian revolution]], Gulcasa chose to bypass the problem of breaking it down by making friends with the general in charge of keeping him out and getting the guy to just let him through. The method most conducive to keeping Milanor alive would be to take out the gate itself, not just the bombardment crew on top. (Also of note is that the cannons the Royal Army usually commandeers are ordinary ones, and the cannon in this instance is magical. The character attacking isn't a magic-user and might not have been able to work it.)

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*** Fantasinia's nobility is corrupt, its rulers have a long history of using brute force to solve everything, and they've been oppressing the indigenous people since the country was established. Even well-meaning Fantasinian royals like Ordene and Yggdra are under the impression that "diplomacy" means "ask nicely, then resort to genocide if that fails". This much is revealed in-game in Yggdra Union. Blaze Union establishes that Gulcasa's motives for conquering other countries is [[spoiler:the desire to save the common people from their oppressive rulers, and change society from the ground up to prevent further injustice]]. The information about the twins' backstory revealed in route B of Blaze Union is in fact canon across all routes (you can find out a little about it in a sub-event in Yggdra Union itself if you visit certain villages in Battlefields 16 and 17), and explains why they would direct Gulcasa towards fighting Fantasinia.

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** Can anyone give some explaination then? I don't know Japanese, so I can't understand BU. Plus, from what I gather, there's just really nothing Fantasinia do that should actually provoke Bronquia in the canon route (A). B is not canon.

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** Please refer to VideoGame/BlazeUnion. It may also help to remember that Gulcasa has more than one ally who might have been egging him on in Fantasinia's case.

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* Call me crazy or something, but why did Gulcasa invade Fantasinia in the first place anyway? [[spoiler:Nessiah's manipulation]] or something?


* How in the world did [[spoiler:Nessiah]] manage to revive/recreate [[spoiler:Kylier]]? I remember him trolling Yggdra and co. about the number of corpses and "spare body parts" they had left behind, but he would have needed at least a bit of [[spoiler:Kylier]]--the head, most likely--to start with, and the character in question died in an explosion that ''obliterated'' a fairly large stone structure. There couldn't have been much for him to work with.

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** Probably because the gate itself still would have been there to break through otherwise, and it's so well-fortified that [[BlazeUnion even during the Bronquian revolution]], Gulcasa chose to bypass the problem of breaking it down by making friends with the general in charge of keeping him out and getting the guy to just let him through. The method most conducive to keeping Milanor alive would be to take out the gate itself, not just the bombardment crew on top. (Also of note is that the cannons the Royal Army usually commandeers are ordinary ones, and the cannon in this instance is magical. The character attacking isn't a magic-user and might not have been able to work it.)
* How in the world did [[spoiler:Nessiah]] manage to revive/recreate [[spoiler:Kylier]]? I remember him trolling Yggdra and co. about the number of corpses and "spare body parts" they had left behind, but he would have needed at least a bit of [[spoiler:Kylier]]--the head, most likely--to start with, and the character in question died in an explosion that ''obliterated'' a fairly large stone structure. There couldn't have been much for him to work with. with.
** Good for the perpetrator that he has [[WrongContextMagic logic-defying]] [[AWizardDidIt magic]], right?

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* How in the world did [[spoiler:Nessiah]] manage to revive/recreate [[spoiler:Kylier]]? I remember him trolling Yggdra and co. about the number of corpses and "spare body parts" they had left behind, but he would have needed at least a bit of [[spoiler:Kylier]]--the head, most likely--to start with, and the character in question died in an explosion that ''obliterated'' a fairly large stone structure. There couldn't have been much for him to work with.

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* [[spoiler:Kylier's death.]] The first one, specifically. Why didn't she just [[spoiler:kill Eudy]] instead of [[spoiler: blowing up the Arc of Triumph]]? I recall the Fantasinians turning another magic cannon to their own use earlier in the game, so it just seemed like a waste to me. Then again, maybe I just resent the game for taking away such a useful unit.

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** Good question, and yeah, it's a bit odd. Probably just GameplayAndStorySegregation, though. I've read at least one fanfic where her troop specifically were used as minor characters, but haven't seen anyone try to explain that odd bit in the holy land.

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* Has anyone ever wondered about the other unit members, and what their stories are? Especially ones like Yggdra's unit, since Yggdra supposedly was the only one who was found by Milanor, and she's supposedly one of the only ones that could travel into the holy land, but her unit is allowed to follow her in.

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** This makes sense, and even if he did know the truth, according to ''YggdraUnison'' he can't tell them apart, so he might still have thought that it was always [[spoiler:Aegina]].

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