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:::Hm, I never played Factions, but it would certainly be interesting if that was true. I don't think the games are a trilogy.. or whatever, since they are stand alone. But if that comes from a "Core" NPC, then it would make sense. Just like how the Titans are in Abbadon's Mouth. :D Maybe they came from the Realm of Torment.. or their creator did. Or someone just had a thing for burning creatures. [[User:Nalee Everborn|Nalee Everborn]] 11:58, 29 September 2006 (CDT)
 
:::Hm, I never played Factions, but it would certainly be interesting if that was true. I don't think the games are a trilogy.. or whatever, since they are stand alone. But if that comes from a "Core" NPC, then it would make sense. Just like how the Titans are in Abbadon's Mouth. :D Maybe they came from the Realm of Torment.. or their creator did. Or someone just had a thing for burning creatures. [[User:Nalee Everborn|Nalee Everborn]] 11:58, 29 September 2006 (CDT)
 
::::The games do tie into each other as a series. NPCs in campaigns will frequently refer to the events of other campaigns in the past tense, as well as in Nightfall, the story refers back to the events in Prophecies when the tombs were corrupted, and the Dragon festival 2006 in Factions. [[User:Sunyavadin|Sunyavadin]] 14:29, 30 September 2006 (BST)
 
::::The games do tie into each other as a series. NPCs in campaigns will frequently refer to the events of other campaigns in the past tense, as well as in Nightfall, the story refers back to the events in Prophecies when the tombs were corrupted, and the Dragon festival 2006 in Factions. [[User:Sunyavadin|Sunyavadin]] 14:29, 30 September 2006 (BST)
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:::::Well, yes. But you don't need one for the other. Thats what I mean. While they may mention the events, you don't need the other games to understand what happens in the current one. [[User:Nalee Everborn|Nalee Everborn]] 11:55, 1 October 2006 (CDT)

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Can someone please cite where they got this from? I don't recall ever hearing about this area in the preview event. Just one cite would be nice. :) Nalee Everborn 21:47, 28 September 2006 (CDT)

Don't know (since mine hasn't arrived yet) but I think it's in the preview package's booklet? maybe? --Karlos 23:59, 28 September 2006 (CDT)

This info was in the Nightfall article in PC Gamer magazine BMW 00:00, 29 September 2006 (CDT)

"It is revealed by the Reaper of the Bonepits in the Underworld that the Realm of Torment is a division of the Underworld where the most wicked go to spend eternity in torment." - Could this connect to the claims from translations of one of the GW sites (I think it was Korean or Japanese) that the dark force behind Nightfall was the same one which had influenced Shiro? I can imagine it is possible the Envoys yanked him from there shortly after his first death. Sunyavadin 06:29, 29 September 2006 (BST)
Hm, I never played Factions, but it would certainly be interesting if that was true. I don't think the games are a trilogy.. or whatever, since they are stand alone. But if that comes from a "Core" NPC, then it would make sense. Just like how the Titans are in Abbadon's Mouth. :D Maybe they came from the Realm of Torment.. or their creator did. Or someone just had a thing for burning creatures. Nalee Everborn 11:58, 29 September 2006 (CDT)
The games do tie into each other as a series. NPCs in campaigns will frequently refer to the events of other campaigns in the past tense, as well as in Nightfall, the story refers back to the events in Prophecies when the tombs were corrupted, and the Dragon festival 2006 in Factions. Sunyavadin 14:29, 30 September 2006 (BST)
Well, yes. But you don't need one for the other. Thats what I mean. While they may mention the events, you don't need the other games to understand what happens in the current one. Nalee Everborn 11:55, 1 October 2006 (CDT)