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The article currently reads, "With Dormin gone, the giant bridge begins to collapse. Emon's men return to their horses and ride across, just barely making it to the other side." I would like to contend, however, that the collapse of the bridge was purposefully caused by Emon as part of his seal of Dormin and the Lands and that it falls behind he and his men as they ride. I would like to rewrite that small section to reflect that. Please discuss. :) --Locke426 18.104.22.168 02:33, September 26, 2009 (UTC)
- I don't know. That seems like an extraordinarily dangerous thing for Emon to have done himself. The horses were all running as fast as they possibly could across the bridge, whose collapse seemed almost to be catching up with the rearmost one. If I personally had the ability to vaporize the bridge supports at will, I would have done it after everyone was safely across. :) -- Nate D. 19:41, October 6, 2009 (UTC)
Fantastic game <3