Konami's aim with the Suikoden series

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Postby patapi » Fri May 04, 2007 2:37 am

Considering the "gods" of the Suikoden world are often considered to be the True Runes themselves, it's quite obvious that the Sindar clan take advantage of the runic mechanism in many of their technology.

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Postby Maskedman » Fri May 04, 2007 4:35 am

Correct. But didn't Luc summon a God using the Five elements?

Now I am not sure if it was a God because it was a long time since I played Suikoden III. I believe Luc explains something like that, maybe not God but yeah... it is an something. I just don't remember the exact words.

Another thing with the Sindar!

"Rune of Change

A True Rune representing change that affects all in the universe. The powers of this rune and its whereabouts remain a mystery. However, it is said that the Leader of the Sindars hold this rune, forcing the Sindars to move from place to place as a curse. However, it is said that the Sindars finally found their "eternal city" after their eternal wander."

Quoting from Suikosource rune list.

Just a far-fetched speculation but, could it be a form of "Rune of Fate"? Only with a different name? I know what is said in the description. It doesn't fit right with my thoughts. Though the first sentance gives me the idea of "controlling fate". And somehow I have the feeling Leeknat keeps in touch with the Sindar ^^

Another thing that pops into my mind is this: What about the monster on the ghost ship in Suikoden 4? I don't remember much but in the depths of my mind I have a very vague memory of it having to do something with Sindar. I might be completely wrong here, I don't remember much of that. What I wanted to come with that I don't know, perhaps it was a spin off into speculation to even greater depths ^^ haha nah I dunno

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Postby draculabakula » Tue May 15, 2007 5:47 am

kharaa wrote:To be perfectly honest, say they do 2 runes a game, which they have almsot done anyways..

it'll take around 12 or so games to get them all, it's taken Square-Enix uh.. 20 years nearly? .


Well considering there have been 12 or 13 true runes featured in the first 5 games it seems that they could easily feature all of them in 5 more games.

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Postby kasumis_biggest_fan » Thu May 17, 2007 5:40 am

I am not so sure that they will take 5 more games to finish off the series. maybe 3 more at the most since most of the games have featured three of the runes or more. If there are 13 already revealed and Konami reveals another new land each game. it may take more. But unlike Square's (I refuse to call them Square-Enix) Final Fantasy there will be an end to this series.
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Postby Occam Arkitect » Sun May 27, 2007 12:44 am

Maskedman wrote:Correct. But didn't Luc summon a God using the Five elements?

Now I am not sure if it was a God because it was a long time since I played Suikoden III. I believe Luc explains something like that, maybe not God but yeah... it is an something. I just don't remember the exact words.




You mean the True Wind Rincar? It's just the physical manifestation of the True Wind Rune. :)

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Postby patapi » Sun May 27, 2007 9:05 am

To add to that, "Rincar" is in-game short form for Rune Incarnation, in fact.


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