It has a good story and you discredit it because the production values aren't insane. To each their own, not everyone wants to play a SNES version of Suikoden no matter how unique the story. Plus the fact that
my game's story is almost nothing but foreshadowing.http://www.facebook.com/pages/SuikoRoku ... 482?ref=ts
(Download it here, it's only an hour and worth a play just for the story)
OBVIOUSLY, Windy influenced Luc somewhere along the way.
Look at it with logic!
USE WHAT YOU KNOW to know what you don't!
He says ''connects this world with another, Luc uses the gate rune power''
When using it for the first time seen in the game he references a ''Mentor''
He's using the Gate Rune that he learned about from his Mentor.
Who could his mentor be?
Leknaat? Of course not.
Let's think about his goals. Destroying a True Rune and destroying the continent... Harmonia. The whole games about Harmonia and he betrays Harmonia.
Who did we first learn about Harmonia from? Windy! She was attacked by Harmonia when she was a child. Her entire goal is to gather the True Runes just like Hikasuuk. She is his most bitter rival.
Let's add this together.
Gate Rune directly mentioned
Mentor directly mentioned
Destroying Harmonia mentioned
Hikasuuk's intent to collect True Runes mentioned
Windy's intent to collect True Runes previously mentioned
Add this together and we have more than a theory. We have the direction the story was supposed to go in but they decided to go backwards instead.