Just though I let someone with good spelling and grammar know that there is a serious flaw in this article. Alex did not betray Tuaparang he was working directly for Tuaparang's ruler the High Empyror. Blados and Chalis were the traitors and Alex was sent to make sure that they didn't double cross the High Empyror. Blados and Chalis had other plans for the lens and Alex even suggested that they were going to shoot Tuaparang with it.
Grave Eclipse required?
One of the elders of Passaj said that the Lens can only be activated in the event of a Grave Eclipse. This may explain why it was so important to cause the Eclipse in the first place. It's unclear though whether ending the Eclipse would disable the Apollo Lens, though the fact that the Tuaparang wanted to prevent the end of the Eclipse and that there's no concern over the potential misuse of it in the final cut-scenes would suggest that the Eclipse is necessary. Tzion 20:11, 27 January 2011 (CST)
- Hmm, you might be on to something. I'm gonna have to check that for myself! (Not that I don't believe you. I just like to confirm things personally before I do anything major) HungryPaperweight 21:01, 27 January 2011 (CST)