Jimi Moondance wrote:How does one define a God?
omnipresence, omnipotence, infallibility
those sort of things
when I think of 'God' I don't see a sassy sword that a man uses to beat up enemies with
or something that someone can just steal and keep under their power for hundreds of years
or something that has requires a human being to have much of any power at all
the fact of the matter is they are nothing like the One King at the end of Suikoden Tierkreis who is a devourer of entire universes oh my god I can't get over how stupid that is
As for your claim that what happens in this game will not be accepted as canon, that is not for you to decide, nor any fan. Konami decides what is and is not canon.
nah, sorry, Tierkreis, the Infinity, the One King, universe gobbling and all that other FanFiction.net-esque garbage isn't Suikoden canon, it's Konami's coattail riding continuity seperate from the original series, regardless of what they might desperately want us to believe
Muramaya designed the world of the games, not Konami, Suikoden is his story
even though he did not physically work on Suikoden IV and V, they are still a part of the canon because he explicitly laid out their existence in Suikoden 1-3 with references to the Island Nations and Queendom of Falena
he never mentioned a One King, Mark of Stars, Infinite Alternate Universes or any of the other garbage that was in Tierkreis
canon is not a legal term, Konami has no real authority to claim what is canon and isn't as a result, but I do since I am siding with the author
as opposed to the publisher