Official Dragon's Dogma Lore?

#1VelocityshotPosted 6/24/2013 5:43:34 AM
Is there an actual website where you can read about Dragon's Dogma lore? Whenever I look up lore related questions, everyone seems to know these ancient secrets and facts that I haven't been able to find on the wiki or any other website. Is it just a matter of extensively reading and interpreting the game, is there a book, or should I stick to asking questions around here?
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#2TaigaWilliamPosted 6/24/2013 7:45:53 AM(edited)
There is some on the wiki:

http://dragonsdogma.wikia.com/wiki/The_Dragon

There is some in various topics and discussions in the history of this board that long time players remember. There is some tied up in Apocryphal theological references (going to make a topic on this in the next few days). There is some still decidedly up for interpretation (damn Dragon face on Daimon's belly >_>). If you have any specific questions, I will answer them to the best of my ability within my interpretation of things.
#3Velocityshot(Topic Creator)Posted 6/24/2013 9:12:54 AM
TaigaWilliam posted...
There is some on the wiki:

http://dragonsdogma.wikia.com/wiki/The_Dragon

There is some in various topics and discussions in the history of this board that long time players remember. There is some tied up in Apocryphal theological references (going to make a topic on this in the next few days). There is some still decidedly up for interpretation (damn Dragon face on Daimon's belly >_>). If you have any specific questions, I will answer them to the best of my ability within my interpretation of things.


Well I'm having a debate on whether or not the Dragonborn would beat the Arisen, and I have a firm stance that the Arisen would win simply because he and the DD universe is stronger. My main arguments being that Grigori and Daimon are much much stronger than Alduin, and that the Arisen's armor and weapons and magics are much more powerful than the Dragonborn's. Would you say that the Arisen would beat the Dragonborn? Why?
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#4enjelsamaPosted 6/24/2013 9:21:26 AM
stupid MF ps3 browser deleted my post again...

Wikia got good chunk right (I'd say 98%) few things they have off, but not world ending..
Few more npc conversations would change few things.

But really playing thru game sdeveral times, and talking to npc at differrt points in story quests reveail certain things.

Daimon is kinda... if you run to side during casting of spell, you can clearly see what is there. So its rather obvuious what it is. 1st time i heard d- face, I was like.. wtf are they talking baout.. i don't see it.
After catching spell.. its like oh ya. d-face makes prefect sense.

Whats also weird, harpy/dragon body he is made up of, and how harpys show up when dragon does in intro.
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#5TaigaWilliamPosted 6/24/2013 9:22:19 AM
Both at true maximum possible potential? Arisen as Seneschal. They are both literally demigods in normal gameplay. However, the Arisen becomes the Seneschal, who is a literal full on god. We're talking a different scale of battle once the Arisen is Seneschal. Let me put it in perspective with lore from Skyrim: the Dragonborn was gifted the power to shout to fight dragons by Akatosh. The Seneschal could clamber up Akatosh and Million Kisses him in the heart in a theology crashing battle for the ages.
#6Velocityshot(Topic Creator)Posted 6/24/2013 4:08:45 PM
TaigaWilliam posted...
Both at true maximum possible potential? Arisen as Seneschal. They are both literally demigods in normal gameplay. However, the Arisen becomes the Seneschal, who is a literal full on god. We're talking a different scale of battle once the Arisen is Seneschal. Let me put it in perspective with lore from Skyrim: the Dragonborn was gifted the power to shout to fight dragons by Akatosh. The Seneschal could clamber up Akatosh and Million Kisses him in the heart in a theology crashing battle for the ages.


If the Seneschal is god, how was Arisen able to defeat him?
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#7New-Dusk117Posted 6/24/2013 4:18:45 PM
Velocityshot posted...
TaigaWilliam posted...
Both at true maximum possible potential? Arisen as Seneschal. They are both literally demigods in normal gameplay. However, the Arisen becomes the Seneschal, who is a literal full on god. We're talking a different scale of battle once the Arisen is Seneschal. Let me put it in perspective with lore from Skyrim: the Dragonborn was gifted the power to shout to fight dragons by Akatosh. The Seneschal could clamber up Akatosh and Million Kisses him in the heart in a theology crashing battle for the ages.


If the Seneschal is god, how was Arisen able to defeat him?


The Seneschal lets you kill him because he's tired of being alone with ultimate power, least that's my theory.
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#8HyrulianJediPosted 6/24/2013 4:31:50 PM
If you're arguing a fight between fictional characters on the internet, it doesn't matter who would win, because you've already lost.
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#9Velocityshot(Topic Creator)Posted 6/24/2013 4:45:04 PM
HyrulianJedi posted...
If you're arguing a fight between fictional characters on the internet, it doesn't matter who would win, because you've already lost.


Says Mr. member for 11 years. Plus a quick look at your About me and Signature puts you in no position to talk crap like that.
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#10Velocityshot(Topic Creator)Posted 6/24/2013 5:20:44 PM
New-Dusk117 posted...
Velocityshot posted...
TaigaWilliam posted...
Both at true maximum possible potential? Arisen as Seneschal. They are both literally demigods in normal gameplay. However, the Arisen becomes the Seneschal, who is a literal full on god. We're talking a different scale of battle once the Arisen is Seneschal. Let me put it in perspective with lore from Skyrim: the Dragonborn was gifted the power to shout to fight dragons by Akatosh. The Seneschal could clamber up Akatosh and Million Kisses him in the heart in a theology crashing battle for the ages.


If the Seneschal is god, how was Arisen able to defeat him?


The Seneschal lets you kill him because he's tired of being alone with ultimate power, least that's my theory.


Thank you.

Another question, asides from denizens of the rift, what are pawns? Creations of the Seneschal (I know everything is, but I mean creations in a more direct way, bleh, you know what I'm trying to say).
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