Quote (Major-Caligari @ 18 April 2014 13:18)
Quote (GodIsWithUs @ 18 April 2014 06:15)
Either way, it would be interesting if the theme of the year shed more light on the Eliatropes.
You can't shed more light on something that's already one of the most fleshed out parts of the background. There's nothing more to say about Eliatopes (not to mention that introducing them was a bad idea in the first place, and, to make it worse, they're a poorly written race based on most overused fantasy tropes).
Maybe we got some dust build up in that Xelor brain of your's Major, but I think we have all heard this for the nth time already. I think we all know you want to say anything to put Eliatropes in the backdrop and put Count Harebourg in the foreground. We know you are a little saddened that Ankama has stated they have no plans at the moment to continue the Harebourg storyline while on the other hand the Teslah Disciple mentions using Eliatrope magic to open the Shustuft, there being a Krosmoz map in development on Beta, the appearance of portals like the Divine Dimensions, and that puzzle on Dofus all have some correlation to Eliatropes. There is plenty more to say about them, especially since according to the Teslah Disciple they have knowledge of opening dimensions, and though they might not be an overly great bunch the knowledge about them could expand our knowledge of the Krosmoz.
So for someone that wants to understand as much lore as possible, you sure want to avoid what you dislike even though it could open up other avenues.
Major is basically "If I don't like it it's wrong and horrible and the worst thing ever" he also likes to hear himself talk.
I honestly wouldn't let it get to you he is obsessed with one of ankamas over used villain types but doesn't seem to think anything is wrong with this but thinks eliatropes are horrible for being popular