Margo hat geschrieben:I hope there will be a sequel, Sadja's story was amazing. I think the part with Geron is over, not really much left to be said in his story. Maybe Nuri will learn to love him again, or maybe she will remember her past hopefully, but all that are things that maybe aren't enough for a further appearance from those two.
I thought exactly the same. Their story was beautiful, but, as I think, they deserve to have a rest now
Margo hat geschrieben:Sadja's and the staff's story is different. A lot of potential for a sequel. At least the staff deserve's more from a simple ending for Sadja there. He has been trying to reunite with her for over 400 years, and even managed to create a ''ahem'' body so he can move and help her come back to him. As a powerful mage I think the staff has a lot more tricks up his sleeve as far as magic is concerned.(He practised with magic for a lot of years as he said so himself)
And plus, Sadja needs to help him get back a human body for god's sake, he never gave up on her.I ship those two together, definitely.
Halef is my favourite character (when we're talking about new characters, added in Memoria). I'm very interested to see his human face! Maybe authors have a concept art of him, or something, that would show him as a normal person
But there was something strange about the Staff:
1. Mask stoles memories forever.
2. Before they reached Drakonia he started to remember more and more.
Is the first sentence false? Or maybe Halef is so powerful...? (Or it was like that because of Drakonia and I just didn't get it, while I was playing? :^P )
But if he really could change his body once, then he should be somehow able to change it once again... Maybe he just wanted to free Sadja first?
It would be great, if we could see him in a sequel (with Sadja, of course!). But as a human, this time
(edit: Hey! Now I remember, that Halef could turn Nuri back to her true body!
So why couldn't he do the same with himself?)
And at the end of my post: the game is abolutely amazing!
As Margo wrote:
let there be a sequel!