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* [[spoiler: Some basic fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century. I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So therefore, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite, as the Architect states the uses for them, saying "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells, a product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word SAVIORite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]

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* [[spoiler: Some basic fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century. I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So therefore, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite, as the Architect states the uses for them, saying "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells, a product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word SAVIORite SAVIOR-ite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" entity", in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]


* [[spoiler: Some basic fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite as the Architect states the uses for them "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells." "A product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word Saviorite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]

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* [[spoiler: Some basic fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century century. I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So, So therefore, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite elite, as the Architect states the uses for them them, saying "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells." "A cells, a product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality.for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word Saviorite word SAVIORite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]


* [[spoiler: A lot of fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite as the Architect states the uses for them "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells." "A product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word Saviorite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]

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* [[spoiler: A lot of Some basic fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite as the Architect states the uses for them "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells." "A product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word Saviorite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]

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* [[spoiler: A lot of fridge logic seems to imply the Saviorite rebels are actually a recently formed religious group, when the Conduit/Zohar first appeared to the humans on Earth at some point in the 21st century I use the term "recently" because, with the existence of the Conduit/Zohar allowed mankind to make major scientific advancements, such as military weapons of mass destruction, like the Artifices, and the Core Crystals that were perceived to be a replacement for human brain cells. So, the Saviorites must have been formed sometime after the United States (Who apparently created and owned the first Low Orbit Station according to the signs seen in the elevator room) came out to the world, and announced the newly discovered artifact. I imagine the Core Crystals were most likely only available to the rich and elite as the Architect states the uses for them "Core Crystals were first conceived as a replacement for human brain cells." "A product of mankind's age-old quest for immortality." Something like that would be highly sought for among the upper class, but the poor wouldn't have been able to afford it, even in ten consecutive lifetimes. With the Saviorites seeing how the United States of America (and possibly the rest of the world) abuse the ‘gift’ their God bestowed upon them, it resulted in a world-wide war to take back the Conduit. The word Saviorite (God's chosen ones) makes the Architect's words "The Conduit is a gift from some divine entity" in the intro of chapter 10 make significantly more sense. During the flashback to the experiment, Klaus says to Galea "What’s the alternative? Do you just want to surrender this place to them?" The word "them" referring to the Saviorite Rebels, and their primary objective, which is to take the Conduit back.]]


* Technically a WMG for both ''VideoGame/XenoblaceChronicles'' and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', but hear me out: what if Master Hand is an entity that can travel between dimensions the select fighters for each ''Smash'' game, but he takes different forms depending on where he is as a disguise. He's taking the appearance of a Nopon in the challenge arena so he doesn't unduly freak out Shulk and Rex. But what's his purpose there? He's looking for new fighters for ''Smash'', and he's basically calling Shulk, Rex, etc. for ''tryouts.''

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* Technically a WMG for both ''VideoGame/XenoblaceChronicles'' ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles'' and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', but hear me out: what if Master Hand is an entity that can travel between dimensions the select fighters for each ''Smash'' game, but he takes different forms depending on where he is as a disguise. He's taking the appearance of a Nopon in the challenge arena so he doesn't unduly freak out Shulk and Rex. But what's his purpose there? He's looking for new fighters for ''Smash'', and he's basically calling Shulk, Rex, etc. for ''tryouts.''

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[[WMG: The Nopon Archsage from the DLC is Master Hand]]
* Technically a WMG for both ''VideoGame/XenoblaceChronicles'' and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', but hear me out: what if Master Hand is an entity that can travel between dimensions the select fighters for each ''Smash'' game, but he takes different forms depending on where he is as a disguise. He's taking the appearance of a Nopon in the challenge arena so he doesn't unduly freak out Shulk and Rex. But what's his purpose there? He's looking for new fighters for ''Smash'', and he's basically calling Shulk, Rex, etc. for ''tryouts.''



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** Klaus didn't destroy a universe. He badly mangled one planet. The game is quite explicit that Morythia is what's left of old Earth. The visuals for the experiment, for that matter, are quite similar to Aion's self-destruct. Old Earth just ate a Conduit-powered boom.


* [[spoiler: As of Torna: The Golden Country we know that Addam had a pregnant wife to come home to. With the destruction of Torna, it's people moved to their new titan of Genbu to create the kingdom of Tantal. With every Tornan having blue eyes, what are the chances that there would be more than one family that has someone in it with Golden eyes? Not to mention the chances of someone from Leftheria entering Tantal is next to impossible due to Tantal's isolationist nature. We also know Rex is not a native to Leftheria yet has Golden eye and his Mother came into Fonsett wearing clothes from Tantal. I think it's a pretty good guess to assume that Rex and his family are related to Lady Origo's child and therefore Addam. I mean why else would they bring her up after finishing all the sidequest in the game if it didn't tie back to the main game?]]

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* [[spoiler: As of Torna: The Golden Country we know that Addam had a pregnant wife to come home to. With the destruction of Torna, it's people moved to their new titan of Genbu to create the kingdom of Tantal. With every Tornan having blue eyes, what are the chances that there would be more than one family that has someone in it with Golden eyes? Not to mention the chances of someone from Leftheria entering Tantal is next to impossible due to Tantal's isolationist nature. We also know Rex is not a native to Leftheria yet has Golden eye and his Mother came into Fonsett wearing clothes from Tantal. I think it's a pretty good guess to assume that Rex and his family are related to Lady Origo's child and therefore Addam. I mean why else would they bring her up after finishing all the sidequest in the game Torna if it didn't tie back to the main game?]]


* [[spoiler: As of Torna: The Golden Country we know that Addam had a pregnant wife to come home to. With the destruction of Torna it's people moved to their new titan of Genbu to create the kingdom of Tantal. With every Tornan having blue eyes what are the chances that there would be more than one family that has someone in it with Golden eyes? As well the chances of someone from Leftheria entering Tantal is next to impossible due to Tantal's isolationist nature. We know Rex is not a native to Leftheria yet has Golden eye and his Mother came into Fonsett wearing clothes from Tantal. I think it's a pretty good guess to assume that Rex and his family are related to Lady Origo's child and therefore Addam. I mean why else would they bring her up from a storytelling perspective?]]

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* [[spoiler: As of Torna: The Golden Country we know that Addam had a pregnant wife to come home to. With the destruction of Torna Torna, it's people moved to their new titan of Genbu to create the kingdom of Tantal. With every Tornan having blue eyes eyes, what are the chances that there would be more than one family that has someone in it with Golden eyes? As well Not to mention the chances of someone from Leftheria entering Tantal is next to impossible due to Tantal's isolationist nature. We also know Rex is not a native to Leftheria yet has Golden eye and his Mother came into Fonsett wearing clothes from Tantal. I think it's a pretty good guess to assume that Rex and his family are related to Lady Origo's child and therefore Addam. I mean why else would they bring her up from a storytelling perspective?]] after finishing all the sidequest in the game if it didn't tie back to the main game?]]

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*[[spoiler: As of Torna: The Golden Country we know that Addam had a pregnant wife to come home to. With the destruction of Torna it's people moved to their new titan of Genbu to create the kingdom of Tantal. With every Tornan having blue eyes what are the chances that there would be more than one family that has someone in it with Golden eyes? As well the chances of someone from Leftheria entering Tantal is next to impossible due to Tantal's isolationist nature. We know Rex is not a native to Leftheria yet has Golden eye and his Mother came into Fonsett wearing clothes from Tantal. I think it's a pretty good guess to assume that Rex and his family are related to Lady Origo's child and therefore Addam. I mean why else would they bring her up from a storytelling perspective?]]


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[[WMG: Klaus’s soul wasn’t the only one split in half during his experiment.]]
* Much like how Klaus’s “evil” half was sent to the universe of the first game and became Zanza, Galea’s “good” half was sent to that same universe and became Meyneth. That means that her “evil” half may have been flung into another dimension, and will be the BigBad of Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

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