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this guy's a reference to Indiana Jones (I forget which movie, temple of doom I think was the exact title), where there was the one soldier who had lived for centuries guarding the Holy Grail, and the temple was rigged with booby traps and the Grail was able to heal anyone of their injuries. I'm gonna add that to the article. ---- Lying Memories, still unable to log in to my account.
Gah I failed, I put ToD when it was Last Crusade. Ah well, at least somebody rectified it.
The Guardian's maulEdit
- Huh? So does this item exist in the game files or is it part of a third-party mod? 18:19, July 19, 2013 (UTC)
- I don't know where it comes from. I can't see anything with its +3 electricity damage in the toolset, and certainly not assigned to the Guardian. I only mentioned it because of your reason given in the last edit: "the fact that the Guardian's Maul has a resemblance to Heavy Maul is an assumption". -Sophia (talk) 11:54, July 20, 2013 (UTC)
- No, I mentioned this because the developers equip the NPCs with gear which is used for aesthetic reasons. For example, King Endrin Aeducan uses mage robes instead of noble clothing. That doesn't mean he has a particular love for such robes, he just wears these robes to look different from the rest of the male noble dwarf NPCs (since he's the king). Subsequently, I tend to remove trivia which is based on such assumptions.
I am removing The Guardian's Maul trivia based on the fact that the maul carried by the Guardian should have had the electricity animation but I checked and it does not. Additionally, Sophia cannot find it in the game files. 14:52, July 25, 2013 (UTC)
The list of questions here is nearly identical to the set on A Test of Faith which is missing only Dog as the real difference. I suggest that the full list be on only one of the two pages, probably this one, with a reference from the other and the duplicate list removed. DaBarkspawn (talk) 01:08, September 29, 2017 (UTC)