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Started by Rick_Florez, September 26, 2010, 02:50:16 AM
Quote from: KatieHal on September 30, 2010, 10:22:30 AMQuote from: Lambonius on September 30, 2010, 10:18:53 AMDoes that also include the printed manuals, which in the cases of games like KQ3 and 6 were an indispensable part of the experience?I'm pretty sure I see where you're going with this. And yes, those are part of the games, and we've tried to account for those. If it's about what's said in-game towards the end of Episode 2, the subject's been covered in the forums beforehand (in a thread that I'm fairly certain included you).
Quote from: Lambonius on September 30, 2010, 10:18:53 AMDoes that also include the printed manuals, which in the cases of games like KQ3 and 6 were an indispensable part of the experience?
QuoteThere is actually a simple explanation, there is a door there. As stated in novels. Graham just chooses not to open them/turn the handles, etc, in KQ1 original. In KQ2 and KQ3, you don't have full control in the throne room, so its not really a valid point.
QuoteFrom the open door comes the clatter of pots and pans, yelled instructions, and other busy kitchen noises.
QuoteYou! Girl! Don't just stand there! There's a stack of silver almost to the ceiling that needs polishing for the wedding! Get a move on!
QuoteThere's a door on the west wall, under the stairs. It's the door the waiter came through, and probably leads to the kitchen
QuoteAlexander decides to check out the door the waiter came through.
QuoteNo lunch is being served today! We're busy catering the wedding!
QuoteApparently, the kitchen is no place to be today.
QuoteManny in companion is described by Alex as having extreme mood swings at times threatening to kill him when he turns eighteen and sometime promising to let him go. More often than not he threatened the boy telling him about his previos servants.
Quote from: Lambonius on September 30, 2010, 10:08:06 AMI don't understand why the Companion is being referenced as though it ISN'T part of the KQ canon. Canon, by definition, refers to any officially licensed story material--which the Companions would most certainly be. You can't pick and choose what's canon. It either IS canon, or it ISN'T. Retconning official canon is the lowest possible form of fan fiction storytelling (well, aside from making a KQ porno or something.) A good writer should be able to expand on official canon without altering it to suit their purposes.