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Re: (Twin Souls appears to be some Necris slaughter operation, doesn't seem to be the same thing as the actual Ronin.) <-- Where does that information come from? --Sir Brizz 11:19, 27 October 2007 (EDT)
- I thought Twin Souls is a twin planet or something. The ways I've heard it mentioned always suggested it's a place to me. If I'm right, the edit doesn't make any sense. Before Mastame edited it, it said Ronin instead, which is the player's team, who is working for the Izanagi. Correct me if I'm wrong. Retodon8 14:30, 27 October 2007 (EDT)
- Izanagi's tournament team and "special ops" team is Ronin, hence the team name Izanagi/Ronin. I really don't know about Twin Souls. --IceCreamYou 14:45, 28 October 2007 (EDT)
Exactly Retodon, and that is why I edited it. As it appears, Akasha didn't lead an attack on the Ronin (the player team - those 4 mercenaries), but rather on a place or planet called Twin Souls, which the Ronin mercenaries are survivors of. It even says so in the description of the team: The only survivors of the infamous Twin Souls massacre, bound together out of a sense of duty, honor, and revenge.
I thought that with Izanagi, it was meant that the Necris organised attacks on several stations, mines or planets controlled by Izanagi. Hence that Twin Souls, which also appears to be a place or planet, would fit in with that. Anyway, please edit it as seems appropriate. Mastame 15:35, 28 October 2007 (EDT)
Perhaps. However, based on previous story information we've received, I would assume the "Twin Souls" were the clan that the Ronin were members of. --Sir Brizz 17:17, 28 October 2007 (EDT)
Twin Souls probably isn't a planet... I'd think it's a place or possibly referring to two people who attacked. All we know is that it's something the Ronin were involved in in some capacity, and obviously on the losing side. It's also possible that the Ronin were formed after the massacre, with Izanagi perhaps seeing an opportunity to use their rage against the Necris.
Either way, we don't know what this has to do with Akasha, at all. --Dark Pulse 17:38, 28 October 2007 (EDT)