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Detailed hypotheses for, and analysis of, the events transpiring during the Suikoden games
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Postby fake_flame » Tue Sep 21, 2004 7:28 am

Luc and Sara use a cylindar kind of thing where they keep the true runes.but i dun think so Windy has it. especially when she fell down. she almost brought nothing.
and i think they are both alive. as Konami says that they r MIA. they will come back im sure. maybe in suikoden 5 which happens after suikoden 3. as both of them are true runes bearer then they have the immortality.
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Postby Fliktor » Tue Sep 21, 2004 11:00 am

maybe in suikoden 5 which happens after suikoden 3. as both of them are true runes bearer then they have the immortality.


Sorry if you didn't mean this, but we don't know if/when Suikoden 5 would/will be set. It could be another prequel before Suikoden IV. It could be a prequel between IV and I. It might not be after Suikoden III.

Also, yes they have immortality of age, but if they fall of a big castle, I'm assuming there's a chance Barabarossa might die anyone. At least that was his intention to kill himself (and Windy) so it would be pointless for him to jump of if he knew he would survive such a fall.
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Postby Jowy Atreides » Tue Sep 21, 2004 4:11 pm

Barbarossa is not ageless. The Sovereign Rune is embedded on the Dragon King Sword and thus only grants the sword rustlessness (sword's version of immortality). If the Rugner family had the Sovereign Rune on their body the original Rugner would still be the Emperor of the SME.
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Postby Ced The Lad » Tue Sep 21, 2004 4:26 pm

Yep, he doesn't have immortality. Like Highland's Platinum Spear, the Dragon King Sword is passed down the Rugner family.

As for why Baarbarossa still gets hurt by magic despite having the Sovereign Rune, I have a possible explanation. The rune's on the sword and not himself. So I guess that would mean that he isn't completely immune from the magic.
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Postby fake_flame » Thu Sep 23, 2004 3:15 am

how if he transfers it to his body ? with the power of windy
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Postby Ced The Lad » Thu Sep 23, 2004 5:02 pm

That never happened, so we can't say anything about the matter.
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Postby Suikidal » Sat Nov 15, 2008 11:40 am

Ced The Lad wrote:Yep, he doesn't have immortality. Like Highland's Platinum Spear, the Dragon King Sword is passed down the Rugner family.

As for why Baarbarossa still gets hurt by magic despite having the Sovereign Rune, I have a possible explanation. The rune's on the sword and not himself. So I guess that would mean that he isn't completely immune from the magic.


Highland's Platinum Spear? Whats that?


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