Raww Le Klueze wrote:You don't really get to any. When the hero tries to go through a portal he's sent back to his own world.
You get to see a bit of Atori's and Marika?'s world in a dream/flashback-ish scene.
patapi wrote: Due to the plot, the world map underwent no less than two rather remarkable "adjustments", so it's worth to keep that in mind.
Templeton wrote:After that we can start the process of merging the main and separate worlds through fan fictional maps. For one, the Tierkries region would fit perfectly in the Nameless Lands. As for characters we should make fan fiction of them and other characters from the main series. A historical timeline account of the Tierkries world would come in handy when it's at the phase of integrating the history of the region to the main one.
Let's use our imaginations as a way to unite the two worlds together.
Again and again, this game is just proving to be a cash-in with the Suikoden name slapped on it.
Raww Le Klueze wrote:Again and again, you just keep proving that you're whining for the sake of whining. The world map patapi talks about is Tierkreis' world map, not the world map of previous games continuity. They have no relation to each other.
Well it didn't sound like it the way I read it. He referred to the "world map".
It was an easy assumption to think he was talking about the Suiko world map.
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