And back to the Sword and Shield Runes. Like Raww said, the Runes are intended to be complete opposites and constantly at war with one another, so the idea that they could combine their powers is absurd.
snakebite105 wrote:Best excuse onto why they don't unite.
Its because they are the same rune. Fire and Fire. Water and Water they don't combine do they?
Check and mate on that one. You could argue that they have different powers sure but they are different aspects of the same rune.
Like of Flowing and water are from the true water rune they still don't combine. its slightly different but the idea is still there.
Raww Le Klueze wrote:Yeah, two runes that are designed to FORCE THE USERS TO FIGHT EACH OTHER are going to have a combination attack, the very opposite of their intent. *facepalm*
suiko2fan2 wrote:Their ultimate "intent" is to judge war
and perhaps if possible to become one
So, War, as you implied is not its intent
judging war however is, a much higher echelon on the list
How can you say the runes only intent is to pit them against each other so the rune can merge?
For all we know it was looking for 2 people who were worthy enough to wield the power of the runes
The union of runes refers to harmony. In other words, Fire and Earth, and Wind, and Water, Water and Lightning, Lightning and Fire are harmonious. Ultimate power means the release of the maximum runic magic. When three of these powers are combined, the greatest of magical powers is unleashed.
if two rune bearers of opposing runes manage to not fight each other and fight as one then maybe they could both unleash the power of the two runes when combined.- runes as opposites - the black sword and the bright shield are opposites, like fire and water, therefore there inst harmony.
- runes as complementary - the black sword and the bright shield make something together, if they can make something then there is harmony in their use together.
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