Talk:Storyline of Prophecies

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Structured Paragraphs[edit]

I believe this page could do with its paragraphs being shorter and more structured, As I'm inclined to think of it as hard to read. --PsychoticDeath 08:55, 8 February 2007 (PST)

Would it be possible to import the GWiki content? Rapta 11:41, 8 February 2007 (PST)
I believe as long as we don't take the images its okay. --PsychoticDeath 12:08, 8 February 2007 (PST)
Only if you wrote it, it's part of the licence Randomtime 14:26, 19 March 2007 (EDT)

The Neutrality of this Article is in Dispute (discuss)[edit]

This article has extreme biases towards groups like the White Mantle and pretty much anyone who isn't Ascalonian. For instance, "[The White Mantle] murder the Chosen in cold-blood to serve their masters, the Unseen Ones". It wasn't in "cold-blood", it was to keep the Door of Komalie shut, which I'd like to point out, is not mentioned, even though it is a big part of the storyline. Also, the Unseen Ones aren't the White Mantle's "masters" until they are revealed to be the Mursaat, until then they are considered the gods of the Mantle since no one has seen them except Saul D'Alessio and he's dead. That's like saying that any relgious system's god or gods are their "masters" instead of an object of worship and actions reflecting such. I suggest this article be rewritten and remove the biases, just as if it were an article on the real Wikipedia.

If you disagree with it, rewrite it yourself imo. Lord of all tyria 17:36, 13 November 2007 (UTC)
In regards to how the story progresses, the write-up on this page is actually fairly accurate. While in Maguuma, the players have no idea about the Mursaat or the Door of Komalie, so it makes little sense to list it there (this game's story is linear, afterall). I think it's fine the way it is...-- 17:38, 13 November 2007 (UTC)