- Apr 30, 2006
Will the elven smith Volund appear in the game?
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I would love that, and I will forward that suggestion to our Game Writers so they can come up with an interesting idea for a quest or encounter involving him.
I suppose this is still accurate:What is the average height difference between a Lightelf and a Jotun?
Glory to Alfheim!! Ironwood shall burn!
What, not even a solitary statue, Ozymandias-style?When I visit Alfheim I shall tear down the trees of the elven dwellings from their very roots and cover the land with salt and fire so that nothing will ever grow there again. Verdant lands will be reduced to a shallow wasteland, and the homes of the elves will be used as fuel for the fires of my armies. The bones of all elves will be buried in the deepest pit so that none will be able to find them. Only cinders and ash will remain of their civilization, and in a thousand years time, visitors will not even be aware that the elves even existed, even from the darkest and most ancient myths.
What, not even a solitary statue, Ozymandias-style?
A warning to others, if nothing else. After all, you can never be sure you have truly eradicated all elves; some might have hidden somewhere, watching, waiting...
And now for something completely different:
We know each character will start in a different world. Will the connections always be the same (e.g. Alfheim always has an unlockable connection to Midgard), or will that vary from game to game?
Poor misunderstood elves. Their groundbreaking work in setting up Midgard's first adoption agency was never appreciated as it should have been.
First one, no as we have a different graphic style. Second one no, and I have no idea who they are. Enlighten me?