Raww Le Klueze wrote:Harmonia never controlled the Dunan area.
Raww Le Klueze wrote:Yeah, cause it's impossible for a country to have territory that's not connected via a landmass. It's not like Britain had colonies in India, Africa or America or anything... oh, wait...
MegafaunaB.krieg wrote:No, actually I am not. It seems like you are though. Toran can't be the capital and the colony. I am not disputing that it was the capital. I am saying it just seems an unlikely choice. So far nobody has given a good answer on how much of Toran Harmonia controlled, I suppose no one has an answer to give. But if they didn't control Dunan ever as you say, then even if they controlled all of Toran area (the whole world map from S1) the majority of their controlled land would still be far from their capital, with the Highlands, the modern Harmonia areas which are supposed to be *HUUUUUUUUUUGE*, and everything connecting them to Gregminster area.
If they didn't control the entire Toran area then their capital would be surrounded on all sides. Even if they did they still have a large portion of their controlled areas extremely vulnerable to attacks by...whoever controls the Dunan/Jowston area. Can you imagine them trying to send the army from Gregminster to respond to an incident in the Crystal Valley? Yeesh.
Maybe this explains why Hikusaak allowed his capital to be taken over, since it is so far removed from his main area of control?
I don't know how accurate this is, apparently it's based off map that came as a pre-order bonus.
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... CBIQ9QEwAA
If this is accurate, there is no way in hell Harmonia didn't control some/all of Dunan. They would also have to control the North/west portion of Toran in addition to the area around Gregminster, unless they are magically teleporting people...maybe Viki is an ancient Harmonian travel mage, and they had fleets of people like here teleporting people from the capital to the Crystal Valley/the main portion of Harmonia?
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