Celestial Level

Weird that this godlike creature only has a level of 8. One might assume it would be level 1.000.000. That raises the question why many of the NPCs in the game have experience levels at all! Every single creature has a certain level, even creatures that will never fight or be subjects to damage (NPCs in towns ect.). Is the reason a technical or maybe game-mechanical one? At least for me this takes alot from this "RPG"s fictional reality and reverts it back to its real meaning, being a soulless Hack'n Slay game made by people who don't deem it necessary to try to capture players in a gripping phantasy world. Didn't mean this to be a rant... Wiking 14:59, 19 February 2007 (CST)

8 a lucky number in china, that is the reason I thought it was 8, which means they did think about it! :) --Lemming64 16:02, 19 February 2007 (CST)
Thanks, that makes sense then. :) Now it even makes sense why precisely 8 warthogs follow the CP after all the dishes were complete! Wiking 09:09, 20 February 2007 (CST)
Other than that, levels usually depend on the area where a creature is found. And as Shing Jea is a starter area, level 8 is pretty high there. Iirc, Emperor Kisu had only something like level 6, when he visited Shing Jea during the Day of the Tengu, too. I have to admit, though, I prefer Lemmings explanation over my own. :) --84-175 (talk) 09:19, 20 February 2007 (CST)

This is the year of the pig, trivia? --SigmA 09:27, 23 February 2007 (CST)

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