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By Anonymous
#16143113
Actually, the Wards studied the crystals and the people form the same island as your character, for they had some sort of connection that given them the ability to wander around diffrent worlds. Eventually they f*cked up and one of them connected the crystal to one of the dreamers creating permanent portal for the Root to pass trough. That's where the invasion started. Because of one dip*****that thought "why not?"/ I'm not even surprised anymore.
By Anonymous
#16143588
who cares? awful story, idea and art.
By Anonymous
#16251955
shut up its a great game
By Anonymous
#16143587
Why even have a 'lore' page. The design and story are so bland and characterless. Who cares.
By Anonymous
#16144422
The only thing worthless is this comment
By Anonymous
#16224196
I take it you haven't spent 5 minutes reading any journals or notes then. This game has way deeper story content than 80% of whats out there. Go back to CoD then lol.
By Anonymous
#16144423
Fantastic game - my favorite this year
By Anonymous
#16151865
agreed
By Anonymous
#16144609
While I love this game, I do not know why there are so many down votes for saying the story is lackluster. The gameplay is awesome, but you could just as easily find the founder in some dungeon on earth locked up by his daughter and you will miss nothing from the story. The story is like the game design, just a bunch of randomly generated events with no connection to one another. Seriously, why do I want to get to this Island so bad? What and where is this dragon and how did I get its heart to heal me throughout the game? Why is the dreamer completely unprotected? All you do is get a key to fight the next baddie with very little, if any, context.
By Anonymous
#16157113
I agree. It all seems to make a lot more sense if you’ve played their previous game Chronos, which is almost like a pre-quel to Remnant. It basically holds all of the backstory that we needed in this game.
By Anonymous
#16150441
There was a note read form a passing traveler in the swamp, give me a theory how the root escaped the annihilation in Rhom and how earth got involved in this whole chaos, note said " We thought they were windows, They were doors'' So my guess earthlings might be experimenting with the world stone while the root having their final battle against he Nui and The Basha, intentionally or accidentally the humans opens the gate to Rohm which led some root to escape the nuclear annihilation and start their domination in earth, also note that the undying king said the root has to be invited some how, maybe the opening the world stone door the the root served as invitation? and the last piece of evidence in this theory is the the world stone was treated as dangerous relic that brought about the Apocalypse ( Aka inviting the root in our realm) I believe that's the reason why when we first arrived the world stone was deactivated and locked with some contraption, behind a security protocol that only can be accessed using the founder key (the founder title/ position in that era is something similar to a president or a king). I'm still playing the game yet so I'll update if I find any additional bits of lore. :)
By Anonymous
#16150446
Sorry about the first draft is was rushed a bit and has few errors this one is expressing what want say better : [There was a note I read in the swamp left by a passing traveler, It gave me a theory on how about the root escaped the annihilation in Rhom and how earth got involved in this whole chaos, the note said " We thought they were windows, they were doors'' So my guess is that earthlings might be experimenting with the world stone while the root having their final battle against he Nui and The Basha, intentionally or accidentally the humans opens the gate to Rohm which led some root to escape the nuclear annihilation and start their domination in earth, also note that the undying king said the root has to be invited some how, maybe the opening the world stone door the the root served as invitation? and the last piece of evidence in this theory is the the world stone was treated as dangerous relic that brought about the Apocalypse ( Aka inviting the root in our realm) I believe that's the reason why when we first arrived the world stone was deactivated and locked with some contraption, behind a security protocol that only can be accessed using the founder key (the founder title/ position in that era is something similar to a president or a king). I'm still playing the game yet so I'll update if I find any additional bits of lore. :) ]
By Anonymous
#16394800
The creature in the labyrinth makes it pretty clear that Earth is the 'core world', which is why it has no Guardian. The Root only was able to invade Earth because of the Dreamers. We haven't even defeated the Root, as the final boss is really only Haarsgard (sp?) and the boy in the Ward is still having dreams.
By Anonymous
#16250688

rewrite ford diary here from the maze