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NoxFleuret

PSICOM Soldier
Feb 17, 2018
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#2
I'm pretty sure if he found any world description files they are legit. I can see 31 entries in the benchmark on the new datalog/encyclopedia for locations in the game!
He said he's got them, has had them since he started pulling things out. Sent me a random one to show me.

Taelpar Crag

Grand gorge dividing Duscae and Cleigne. This trench remains a testament to the severity of the War of the Astrals while also symbolizing the rift that separated the Six. According to ancient scripture, the name "Taelpar" once referred to the region that now encompasses the gorge. As the gods fought against one another during the ancient war, however, their vicious battle scarred the very earth they once hoped to protect, tearing Taelpar in two. Rumors have recently circulated about imperial forces sending expeditions into explore the caverns of the canyon, but those reports have not been confirmed.
 

llazy77

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May 27, 2014
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#8
Is there anything about more of Tenabre or Niflheim being explorable, I havent been keeping up.
 

Lord_Ham_Mork

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Feb 23, 2018
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#11
In the interview Tabata said this expansion is about the journey Noctis does to reach the ending.
Does OG knows if there's new/changed content once we reach Ifrit?

Also Tabata told about increasing the challenge of this part.
There's info about the level or stats of the enemies in the area?

For last. The things he's keeping in secret are details of what he already mentioned or it's new content?
 

Doolander

Stiltzkin's Apprentice
Feb 20, 2018
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#12
Is it known that there are 3 kings (Rulers of Yore) as bosses, someone knows or have information if the other 10 kings will appear in some way?
 

NoxFleuret

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#13
In the interview Tabata said this expansion is about the journey Noctis does to reach the ending.
Does OG knows if there's new/changed content once we reach Ifrit?

Also Tabata told about increasing the challenge of this part.
There's info about the level or stats of the enemies in the area?

For last. The things he's keeping in secret are details of what he already mentioned or it's new content?
He's mentioned it like, I don't know, three or four times now because people keep asking him. I'm just going to copy and paste what he said in the topic because he's going to start getting pissed off I think if he answers it again.

OG said:
some stuff in data BUT prob is old data also there + new comrades data too

so some mb unused + some mb used cant say 100% without doubt rn

post this here bc people keep asking me abt this
Is it known that there are 3 kings (Rulers of Yore) as bosses, someone knows or have information if the other 10 kings will appear in some way?
OG said only three to begin with.

Some of the official interviews have also only mentioned three. So I'd take it as only being three.
 

Paperchampion23

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Oct 1, 2016
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In the interview Tabata said this expansion is about the journey Noctis does to reach the ending.
Does OG knows if there's new/changed content once we reach Ifrit?

Also Tabata told about increasing the challenge of this part.
There's info about the level or stats of the enemies in the area?

For last. The things he's keeping in secret are details of what he already mentioned or it's new content?

OG and I found files that indicate Ifrit may have some changes. But all of his old stuff is still there so we don't know if nothing changed or there is a "4th phase" to his fight so to speak. Comrades is getting a powered up ifrit, it's possible they added that part of the fight into his regular battle.
 

Ikkin

SeeD A-Class
Oct 30, 2016
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#16
From the other thread:

OG posting more things on reddit:

piece of unused dialogue (or maybe one that will be included)

Noctis... I have waited...
Ravus!?
Good...You saw her.
Beware...Ardyn... Blood of the Oracle...I bear you this. The sword...of Regis.
So you had it.
What did they do to you?
My king, my calling is done. Before naught remains...of my flesh...
What?
Take mercy...upon my soul. Reclaim the godstone, and deliver us from darkness.
I will.


...

To liven things up, I thought I'd take you on a stroll down memory lane. Of course, memories decay with time. Sadly, the sister went off into the deep, but I've brought the brother back as best I can.
Don't be shy, you're hardly strangers.
No...that can't be him.
Wait a sec. What do you mean "him"? Who are you seeing?
Ravus. Unbelievable. I wanted to finish it between us, but not like this. He was a person... Made into a daemon.


basically dialogue for when noctis finds ravus body on the chamber, and for the moment they see ravus infected (maybe unnecessary so i can understand why it was cut).
I really, really hope that this is new dialogue rather than unused dialogue.

The first section fits a bit strangely with Chapter 13 Verse 2, but they don't contradict so much that 13:2 would rule it out. There's no reason Ravus couldn't have regained consciousness temporarily before passing away, and the emotional punch would be completely worth it.

Ardyn's line in the second section, meanwhile, is just plain better.

And, on the subject of Ravus and Ardyn (this time from the Pastebin link:

Guys?
Long has it been, Noctis.
Ravus.
You've accepted the Fulgurian's blessings. Yet you know nothing of the consequences.
Watch it.
Not good...
Be still. All of you. Heir to a crown befitting no other...Witness His Splendor and Glory. All hail the Chosen King.
Awful high and mighty for an imperial rat. Siding with the enemy to hunt down Luna!
I am the enemy. Never forget this. The king's sworn shield.
You better believe it.
A brittle shield is fit for naught but the smelter.
Gladio!
Wanna play? I'm game.
Should the chosen one die, that too is fate.
Right!
Enough fun for now. Need a hand, Highness?
Not from you.
Come, come, after all we've been through. Who can you trust if not your friends?
Right.
Wait, what?
Spare us your mockery.
I couldn't be more sincere. We hereby withdraw.
How's that?
Because fate has seen fit to bring us together. Your untimely end would be most unbefitting. Nor would it be very honorable of me to kill you. I, of course, have my own interests to protect. You of all people should understand.You are the king. Ah, a brave and noble soul, your good father. Hoping against hope, defying the enemy to his dying breath. Little good that did the Crown City, of course. But can you readily relinquish the Crystal? No telling what havoc the powers-that-be may wreak next, though I can say they're hell-bent on finding that ring. Nay, High Commander? What is the Line of Lucis without its crystal? What rightful heir would not fight to reclaim it? I hold the kings of eld in the utmost esteem. Alas, it will not do for your line to end here, now will it?
You're serious, you'll just be on your way?
When next we meet, it shall be across the seas. I believe you have a courtship to consummate. Just so happens we have business of our own with the tutelary deity. Don't we? Fare thee well, Your Majesty, and safe travels.
Hey!
Next time? We finish this.
You guys know that guy?
Ravus Nox Fleuret... Elder brother of Lady Lunafreya.
Ravus gets one memorable new turn of phrase ("A brittle shield is fit for naught but the smelter"), but Ardyn gets a ton of fantastic bit of exposition... which, if paired with some well-chosen scenes from Kingsglaive, could do a great job of drawing the two stories closer together.

Ardyn also gets one line of dialogue that I could totally picture Noct blushing furiously at under other circumstances, which amuses me greatly. "A courtship to consummate" indeed. XD

The wedding day arrives, but alas, without the bride.Of course, we've come for the Hydraean, and you've gone to such lengths to prepare.
Merely my duty.
Ah, but for an outsider to lead the imperial army must be a battle in and of itself.You've spoken to Lady Lunafreya?
No.
That obstinate secretary, standing in the way.While you rush off to slay the Hydraean for your poor sister's sake. I know the price of the covenant.
First the Archaean, then the Fulgurian, and soon the Hydraean!
Tragic...yet were the bond to be severed...
The Oracle is not your concern.
...the world would be the daemons' for the taking.
Your presence is not required.
And then there's this.
My arm, what of it?
The pitiable fate of one spurned by the light... And you wished only to be its champion. Meanwhile that recalcitrant vagabond is chosen. I understand more than you can know.
You do seem rather...well-acquainted.
Acquaintances are the means by which I keep an ear to the ground and an eye on the heavens. One doesn't live to my age without making a few friends.
We suffered great losses slaying the Archaean, and this battle should prove no different. Should the chancellor insist on staying, I must insist on appointing guardsmen for your safety.
Most kind of you to care for my...well being.
Again, there's an opportunity to draw more connections between Kingsglaive and the main game... and, interestingly enough, between Ardyn and Ravus. It's kind of amazing how a single line can turn two characters into obvious foils, but, there you go.

If all of this dialogue is added content instead of deleted content and the game eventually gets updated to include Episodes and 13:2 where chronologically appropriate, Ravus' character would have improved by an order of magnitude from release. o_0
 

Paperchampion23

Warrior of Light
Oct 1, 2016
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From the other thread:



I really, really hope that this is new dialogue rather than unused dialogue.

The first section fits a bit strangely with Chapter 13 Verse 2, but they don't contradict so much that 13:2 would rule it out. There's no reason Ravus couldn't have regained consciousness temporarily before passing away, and the emotional punch would be completely worth it.

Ardyn's line in the second section, meanwhile, is just plain better.

And, on the subject of Ravus and Ardyn (this time from the Pastebin link:



Ravus gets one memorable new turn of phrase ("A brittle shield is fit for naught but the smelter"), but Ardyn gets a ton of fantastic bit of exposition... which, if paired with some well-chosen scenes from Kingsglaive, could do a great job of drawing the two stories closer together.

Ardyn also gets one line of dialogue that I could totally picture Noct blushing furiously at under other circumstances, which amuses me greatly. "A courtship to consummate" indeed. XD



Again, there's an opportunity to draw more connections between Kingsglaive and the main game... and, interestingly enough, between Ardyn and Ravus. It's kind of amazing how a single line can turn two characters into obvious foils, but, there you go.

If all of this dialogue is added content instead of deleted content and the game eventually gets updated to include Episodes and 13:2 where chronologically appropriate, Ravus' character would have improved by an order of magnitude from release. o_0
A lot of this is already in the game. The Ardyn and Ravus scene happens right at the beginning of Chapter 9. That chapter 5 dialogue with Ravus happens entirely. I just did these sections not too long ago so they all sound familiar.

The chapter 13 stuff, I'm not sure though.


Edit: forget I said anything in retarded
 
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Storm

Warrior of Light
Oct 26, 2013
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A lot of this is already in the game. The Ardyn and Ravus scene happens right at the beginning of Chapter 9. That chapter 5 dialogue with Ravus happens entirely. I just did these sections not too long ago so they all sound familiar.

The chapter 13 stuff, I'm not sure though.
the scene in chapter 9 doesnt have the same amount of dialogue tho (actually it only has half of the dialogue lol, it cuts right after "I know the price of the covenant"), a damn shame, the game needed more story exposition.
 
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NoxFleuret

PSICOM Soldier
Feb 17, 2018
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Totally, I see that now
The chapter 5 dialogue is different, and it's expanded on in OG's dump.

Ravus in retail: I do not serve, I command!

Over OG's: I am the enemy. Never forget this.

I know it's Ravus talking because I went over the order with OG for this and other scenes. There's quite a few more.

The chapter 13 one is absolutely not used, and in the Japanese side it was marked with Unused as I had OG keyword the katakana for Ardyn for me to quickly narrow down particular things.
 
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