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Little help? Not sure how to wikify this, but i got the picture, and the location: Eric368 23:49, 9 September 2007 (CDT)
- Edit: well, they I looked around at the other articles and I think I got it, someone still might want to check the formating though. Eric368 00:07, 10 September 2007 (CDT)
anyone want to unscramble these or check languages for anything? this might make sense but obviously not in english. or is it just hammering on a keyboard? or is there something else you must do to undetstand?
- That's what I was wondering...-- (Talk) (Contr.) 00:32, 24 January 2008 (UTC)
- Look on the quest page:
- "An offering to those who seek"
- "Beyond the mists beyond the dreams"
- "On distant shores of a land unwaking"
- "Answers there lie in waiting"Entrea Sumatae [Talk] 00:33, 24 January 2008 (UTC)
A clue to GW2?[edit source]
Anyone else think that the translated text is a clue to GW2? Spider Pig 18:27, 19 June 2008 (UTC)
- I think that:
"On distant shores of a land unwaking" "Answers there lie in waiting"
- is a possible reference to the City of Arah in Orr. This could also be a Canthan reference to the "unwaking" waters of the Jade Sea. I guess you could form whatever hypotheses you want from this. For instance, one could speculate that the Lich has returned(again) when the Undead Dragon rose from Orr, but the Lich is angry because the undead no longer serve him and seeks to destroy the dragon. Or, on the Canthan reference: Kunnavang(who resides in the Harvest Temple in the Unwaking Waters) probably knows how the dragons can be defeated, is one of the ancient dragons, or is the offspring of one of them. Those are the most plausible explanations I can come up with. Azmarov 03:36, 26 June 2008 (UTC)