Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

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Re: Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

Postby Gen. Dirge » Tue Aug 12, 2008 10:36 am

highwind44029 wrote:I had this crazy thought earlier about underwater dwarves...

Yeah, it's crazy. Sorry for even mentioning it.

AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! That just cracked me up for a while......just the word "underwater" being attached the word "dwarf" sounds so wrong....wonder what's next....."Airborne dwarves" ,"Flying dwarves"?
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Re: Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

Postby highwind44029 » Tue Aug 12, 2008 11:05 am

Flying dwarf = Chaco and Zunda's lovechild

An airborne city sounds nice, actually. Space is reaching too far out, although alternate dimensions are not impossible, as long as it's somehow limited, like a one-time only visit, or only a certain area can be visited (like in Suikoden II where you can only go to Gregminster instead of exploring the whole Scarlet Moon... erm, I mean Toran.)

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Re: Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

Postby JanusThePaladin » Wed Aug 13, 2008 1:42 am

highwind44029 wrote:Flying dwarf = Chaco and Zunda's lovechild

An airborne city sounds nice, actually. Space is reaching too far out, although alternate dimensions are not impossible, as long as it's somehow limited, like a one-time only visit, or only a certain area can be visited (like in Suikoden II where you can only go to Gregminster instead of exploring the whole Scarlet Moon... erm, I mean Toran.)


Yeah i could see that. Maybe something relating to the dimension the dragons are from? But if they allowed us to explore this foreign dimension, i see a drop in my enjoyment of the series....

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Re: Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

Postby highwind44029 » Wed Aug 13, 2008 4:45 am

Technically, they have shown us three dimensions different from the Suikoden world: The World of Wings and Scales and Viki's home were both in Suikogaiden, and the World of Emptiness was shown in Suikoden Tactics.

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Re: Unrevealed Suikoden Frontiers

Postby KFCrispy » Tue Aug 26, 2008 10:30 am

they also showed "Hell", or the Soul Eater's world, or just the land of the dead, where Gremio was.


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