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Codex of Bloodlines

The description here lists the Codex of Bloodlines and the Blood Tome as two different books. Their descriptions lead me to believe they are simply two different names for the same artifact. In the Books article, I put them together as one.--GreyDog 10:55, 19 November 2007 (EST)

It could be. I had the same doubt when I was collecting info for the article. But in the end, and for completion's sake, I decided to add both names as presented in game, just in case. Perhaps a note explaining this issue would have to be added to the article?
--Yakovlev 10:46, 20 November 2007 (EST)
I don't think the distinction is important enough to go into great detail. Just say... "They have powerful tools at their disposal to do this. The Codex of Bloodlines (also known as the Blood Tome) is a magical book that can trace a person's ancestry back to the time of the powerful pre-historic magic users."--GreyDog 10:53, 20 November 2007 (EST)
BTW, this is already done, now both articles match. =) --Yakovlev 11:28, 21 November 2007 (EST)

Mu Faction

According to The Goddess Hequat page, she belongs to the Mu. Is this an enemy faction with just her in it? I haven't faced her yet, but was curious where her powers would be listed. Should they be added to this article and add enemy faction info? - Snorii 09:37, 21 November 2007 (EST)

Yup, some missions seem to list a Mu faction...and we have here even an icon for it! And some of the Mu Mystics I have seen have a description that would match perfectly that faction (see the Mu Mystics page), so it could make sense... Still, the only missions where this supposed faction is mentioned is during one of the Patron Arcs of Scirocco... and the Patron Arcs aren't easy to reach, it takes a while, so I'm afraid it will still be some time before we can see if there's a Mu faction properly said. --Yakovlev 11:27, 21 November 2007 (EST)