Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby suiken » Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:50 pm

Why hatin' on Lino's outfit? I thought it suits the climate of the area. He just looks like a Hawaiian dude.

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby EstrangedIX » Wed Feb 27, 2013 8:01 pm

Yeah, the beach bum look suits him since he's so easygoing. Plus his official getup looks goofy as hell.
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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby suiken » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:30 am

Judging his personality, he IS easy going.

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby sticky-runes » Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:32 am

EstrangedIX wrote:
sticky-runes wrote:And yes, Lino's outfit is awful. He should take it off!!! :D

I see what you did there lol


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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby ralphyu » Thu May 14, 2015 10:23 am

I can only think of one answer to why Lazlo did not appear in any book. It was mentioned in suikoden tactics during the conversation of Lazlo and Lino, that Lazlo will disappear without saying a word if the Rune of Punishment became dangerous. Maybe the rune became dangerous, and that's why no one in Island Nation remembered him. Also, there was none of 108 star who want or plan to write a biography of Lazlo, so in the end, Lazlo did not appear in any book.
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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby veriaqa » Tue May 26, 2015 9:56 pm

ralphyu wrote:I can only think of one answer to why Lazlo did not appear in any book. It was mentioned in suikoden tactics during the conversation of Lazlo and Lino, that Lazlo will disappear without saying a word if the Rune of Punishment became dangerous. Maybe the rune became dangerous, and that's why no one in Island Nation remembered him. Also, there was none of 108 star who want or plan to write a biography of Lazlo, so in the end, Lazlo did not appear in any book.


Yep, I think because Lazlo disappearance maybe can be attributed to Rune of Dark Punishmnet became too much of a dangerous thing to bear publicly. People with dark intent will see the rune as oppotunity to realize their dark intent and would love to kill Lazlo to attain the RoDP. So maybe Lazlo decide ti hide from the world, and so the world foget about him. But it was for the best of all.
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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby Heptade » Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:58 pm

The only evidence we have about him being forgotten by history is his absence from the script for a street performance...

Why would he ever be mentioned in Falena's history books?

My guess is that his achievements have been overshadowed by Lino's status as the first leader of the Island Nations Federation. People know about him, but not as THE hero. A bit like how George Washington is a more symbolic figure than, say, John Adams (not a perfect analogy, I admit).

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby wataru14 » Fri Oct 07, 2016 6:13 pm

I think Lazlo would have wanted it that way. He never seemed to be a big fan of being in the limelight (remember his hilarious refusal of the torch during the kindling ritual?). I also think a part of him didn't want people to find out about the Rune of Punishment. The more people know about it, the more chance someone might try to seek it, which could lead to the death and suffering of more people.

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby sticky-runes » Sat Oct 08, 2016 4:30 am

And he chose to live on a Deserted Island hunting crabs. He practically became a hermit. He could have stayed in Obel and lived in the palace with Flare and Lino or he could have gone to Razril and been a high ranking knight, but he obviously wasn't keen on living in towns among people that saw him as a hero and probably didn't give a sh!t about politics. He chose a quiet life. Fame. who needs it?

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby Sasarai10 » Sun Oct 09, 2016 3:05 am

sticky-runes wrote:And he chose to live on a Deserted Island hunting crabs. He practically became a hermit. He could have stayed in Obel and lived in the palace with Flare and Lino or he could have gone to Razril and been a high ranking knight, but he obviously wasn't keen on living in towns among people that saw him as a hero and probably didn't give a sh!t about politics. He chose a quiet life. Fame. who needs it?


So they lived together with...Chiepoo? Chiepoo was stationed at Desert Island by the time Lazlo was hunting crabs there.

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Re: Was Lazlo given credit for his deeds?

Postby sticky-runes » Sun Oct 09, 2016 5:18 am

When you play Suikoden 4 you do get the option to settle on the Deserted Island and end the game there, so it's quite likely that the island was Lazlo's ideal home and he would prefer living there rather than in a town or castle. Once the war is over and the ROP is neutralized, that's pretty much what he does. Whether he becomes buddies with Chiepoo or not is his own business, it's not like they acknowledge each other in any dialogue during Tactics.


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