The Depths aren't a sewer

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    Re: The Depths aren't a sewer

    Post by Fallen Angelus on Sat Jun 30, 2012 4:39 am

    Door could have been locked after.Why do you need a Locked door AND a cage? Also, Why is the key in the belly of the Gaping dragon?


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    Re: The Depths aren't a sewer

    Post by DoughGuy on Sat Jun 30, 2012 7:09 am

    Shkar wrote:A thought, but what if Gaping WAS a basilisk? The dragons were tough reptiles who could curse people, and the basilisks are similar. Perhaps they are "impure" descendents of dragons like the drakes, and they just changed more. Smaller, less complicated creatures would allow for faster reproduction, leading to more generations and more evolution. Just the thing a dying species would need (Ugh, this makes it seem like I don't get evolution...).
    Gaping dragon was an everlasting dragon corrupted by hunger. This is from the director himself.


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    Re: The Depths aren't a sewer

    Post by Shkar on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:16 am

    DoughGuy wrote:
    Shkar wrote:A thought, but what if Gaping WAS a basilisk? The dragons were tough reptiles who could curse people, and the basilisks are similar. Perhaps they are "impure" descendents of dragons like the drakes, and they just changed more. Smaller, less complicated creatures would allow for faster reproduction, leading to more generations and more evolution. Just the thing a dying species would need (Ugh, this makes it seem like I don't get evolution...).
    Gaping dragon was an everlasting dragon corrupted by hunger. This is from the director himself.

    Dragon King Greataxe says he was a distant descendent of the everlasting dragons.


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    Re: The Depths aren't a sewer

    Post by JoeBroski09 on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:37 am

    The developer says that he was a DRAGON that was transformed. Not specifically an everlating.

    Where's the japanese description?! I can't read it...


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