User talk:Akarasis, Archon of Stone

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Hello Akarasis, Archon of Stone, I just wanted to let you know that I apologize for creating the new page, Second Golden Age. I didn't know how stupid and embarrassing it was for even posting that article. So that's why I suggest fixing the timeline and say that the city age is still ongoing following its reclamation from the Red Legion. Although Zavala says a new golden age has begun, that can be just Zavala being hypothetical or too hopeful. So the age of the Last City continues as usual until the Darkness arrives again. --Sparta94 (talk) 14:16, 4 May 2020 (EDT)

Don’t worry, no need to apologize, it’s perfectly fine. People make mistakes. — Akarasis

I had a quick question though. What would have happened after the Voice of Riven ate Uldren Sov and continued on without the Guardian killing it, what would Riven do next? Would Riven leave the Dreaming City or allow the Voice of Riven to personally lead the Taken on Riven's behalf? --Sparta94 (talk) 15:07, 4 May 2020 (EDT)

Riven would’ve most likely leave the Dreaming City, as you said. And since we never killed the VoR, we would’ve never recovered the Ace, and never got the vengeance that we desired; since we didn’t kill Uldren. As for the rest, I honestly have no idea. — Akarasis

So basically, killing the Voice of Riven prevented the Ahamkara Riven from leaving the Dreaming City and invading our dimension while leading a taken army like Oryx did? --Sparta94 (talk) 16:54, 4 May 2020 (EDT)

Yes, exactly.

I had an important question regardless of how the event went. After we launched a million satellites from those Seraph Towers, did those Seraph Satellites physically attacked the Almighty themselves or did they produce giant laser missiles like from Starkiller Base in the Force Awakens? Sparta94 (talk) 17:00, June 8, 2020 (EDT)

I believe that the Seraph Satellites were in fact equipped with some sort of on-board weaponry, but they could’ve just as easily been used as physical weapons. But, that’s just my belief. I could be dead-wrong, or right. I don’t know. — Akarasis

Also, I had another important question regarding the Nightmare of Crota, Son of Oryx. Is that his physical form that would have been adopted by Crota if he came out of the Soul of Crota crystal during The Wakening ritual, and successfully reawakened and entered our realm during The Dark Below while leading his Hive army personally?--Sparta94 (talk) 18:11, 8 June 2020 (EDT)

Yes, Nightmare Crota’s appearance is what Crota would’ve looked like if he had been reawakened from the crystal.

Would it be possible if you or anyone else could add more information regarding the Altars of Sorrow, Seraph Towers, and Contact Events? --Sparta94 (talk) 03:12, 11 June 2020 (EDT)