Talk:City of the Anemos
Just as a thought, you could tell if Weyard's moon were the underside of the City of the Anemos if it had phases -- as far as I know, the only time the moon is seen or mentioned is when it is full, when your party goes to Garoh in GS:TLA (someone correct me if I'm wrong), so it's impossible to tell. You could tell the shape of the underside of the city by the shape of the crater, then see if the moon reflects light the way that such a shape would.
So, if it were really the city, then why would the werewolves in Garoh turn into their bestial forms during the "full moon"? Well, maybe their transformations are due to some mental acknowledgment and its following physiological response. It's similar to how thinking your medication is treating your illness can actually make you feel better. I know that's probably not how they thought of it when they invented the idea of werewolves, but I'm trying to work out how the City of the Anemos could be what everyone thinks is the moon.
Also, the astrophysics of a flat world are hard to think of, but somehow night and day are brought about when the Sun can and cannot illuminate Weyard, and I'm fairly certain nobody can see the moon during the day in Golden Sun. Could that be because the city orbits Weyard like Weyard orbits the Sun (or vice versa)? That's assuming anything orbits anything in this universe.
I know this is pretty unimportant, especially gameplay-wise, but I just wanted to put my thoughts out there and see what other people think. I would love to hear some new ideas.
XLR8N 00:31, July 17, 2010 (UTC)
- Slax would probably deem this "fan-wanking". Unless Dark Dawn goes into this subject, we'll never know enough to add to the article that isn't speculation; which isn't allowed.Caasi 00:55, July 17, 2010 (UTC)