Anyone care to start writing the Plot Analysis for this game? I'm far away for being a good Writer, and pretty sucks at my English, so can't be helped. Looking forward to it, maybe I can contribute a bit into it later, thanks..
Before Mitra's, Yama's, Qsiti's, Sovani's or any other living being lived in this world the remnant existed. Remnants were revered as gods or miracles by all of the other living beings (it is strongly implied that Remnants are also sentient beings but unable to express themselves or communicate). Eventually as it often does wars broke out between the different races, eventually a Mitra known as Marion Marshall appeared with the power to control(enslave?) and use, any and all Remnants. She became the consort of the man known as the God Emperor(implied to be Wagram) who with the use of her powers was able to take over and unite most of the known world. The sentient races starts to use remnants as tools for everything and they even manage to go into the birthplace of remnants enabling them to take any and all remnants that are born, this place is eventually dubbed the Sacred Lands for it provides the world with the remnants.
Eventually the remnants decides that something must be done and a remnant is born capable of expressing itself (Rush). However because the sacred lands is controlled by the other races the now infant remnant is taken by a pair of Mitra's one of whom is the decendant of Marion Marshall (it is implied to some degree here that Marina wipes Rush's memories here to raise him as her own). He is then raised as their own son and begins to live among the different races as a Mitra. The pair eventually has a daughter named Irina. Rush and Irina are rased as brother and sister with out Rush knowing that he is different.
Sometime around here the remnants gives birth to a second remnant(The conquerer) able to express itself but this time creates him in a grown body (most likely to prevent him from also being taken and allowing him to accomplish his duty). The Conquerers first duty is implied to observ the world and decide what must be done with it and to prevent the future that the remnants believes that the other sentient races are brining the world to, it's destruction by the missue of their powers. The conquerer comes to a conclusion on what must be done and gatheres allies to enact his plans.
Rush and Irina are attacked, which ends in Irina being kidnapped. Following her Rush meets up with David Nassau ruler of Athlum and his four generals. Together they fight against threats to Athlum while searching for Irina. Finding out that a man named Wagram has taken her to use her powers as a decendent of Marion Marshall. Their paths takes them to Elysion were they also meet the Conquerer. Battles ensues and it is later found out that Irina was taken by Lord Hermein who has been working together with the Conquerer in the hopes of becoming the new God Emperor. Lots of stuff happens and eventually we come to the end were the Conquerers great plan to save the world is revealed. His plan is to release all the remnants from all the living beings who have taken controll of them to prevent the eventual end of the world. The heroes are horrified since the conquerors experiments has revealed that by doing so every person that is bound to a remnant will perish, so seeing as ALOT of people are bound to the remnants most of them will die. Which the Conqueror has decided is a fair price to pay. Unable to stop the release of remnants Rush decides to instead destroy his own "race" the remnants stating that the world will just have to learn how to live without them and that they will manage on their own.
A huge plothole appears here by the simple fact that since the remnants are all destroyed the other heroes should be completly stuck inside the sacred lands, unless the sacred lands are also destroyed which should kill them. Seeing as the only way to enter and leave the sacred lands is via a remnant. But whatevah!
Honestly somehow the ending didn't seem or feel like a "good" ending so to speak. Having found out that the remnants are also sentient beings that have been enslaved for the last few hundreds years. I can understand the former God Emperor who say's something along the line "Now that the Remnants have started to express themselves and take actions, who are we to stand in their way?". I mean sure Remnants are seen as tools and the others are "living" being but how many remnants did Rush kill/destroy exactly? How much abuse have they seen through out the years? When they eventually have enough they get called monsters and killed instead.
What do you think?