|This is level twenty-one of
Myth: The Fallen Lords.
|Go to the Journal for literature and interpretation of the level.
In this level you can see empty bloody stakes that cast a shadow
of impaled bodies. Another sign of Bungie's laziness (?).
It seems that Bungie designed the image map of the level planning
on having bodies stuck in the spikes, but for one reason or another
(maybe censors, or a pg audience) they were unable to make the
sprite for the bodies. It's a shame because it would really be
cool to see, in a sick way. It reminds me of those twitching impaled
bodies in Doom.
Beguiler points out that before the maximum zoom out range was increased
in Myth 1.1, it was not possible to see the tops of the stakes,
and the "missing" bodies were left to your imagination. That would
ThorulfR points out that although the Watcher's caption says he tore
off his left arm, and it is indeed a severed, left arm we see
in various victory and defeat screens, it's his right arm that's
missing when we see him in person in "The Watcher" and in the
victory screens for "Homecoming" and "Flight From Covenant". The
only possible conclusion, other than a mistake by Bungie (which
is, of course, impossible) is that the Watcher has two left arms.
This does a great deal to explain an alleged comment Shiver once
made to the Watcher while the two were dancing at the Millenial
Si'anwon Sock Hop: "Oh, Mad Goat, you have two left feet, too!".
She dated the Deceiver for the next three hundred years, and the
rest, as they say, is history!
The Watcher was turned to stone by six arrows tipped with bone from his own arm. Maybe it's just
me, but it sure looks like he's wearing tennis shoes.
There are many out of the way sights worth seeing in a second trip through this level. Craters and sink holes can
be found scattered around the level.
Would this be from fragments that have broken loose from the comet?
What can these symbols mean?
Take a close look at the detail on these pillars.
Written and compiled by Joshstar and poena.dare.
Found anything we've missed? Got a theory that fits? Have a correction to make?
Please post it in The Asylum so others can add their ideas and thoughts.
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