Sein and Seir
Sein Seir *Sincere*
Wait does this mean they're gay-
What's on your mind?
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Sein and Seir
Sein Seir *Sincere*
Wait does this mean they're gay-
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On a website called Reddit I discovered a few days ago, I saw some pictures made by someone showing the 5 other forests. I though they were awesome! There was also creatures of darkness. We know one of them: the owls. It would be cool if there were other forests besides Nibel and Niwen. Anyway, here are the names for the 5 forests: Altum (A montane forest), Kainar (A savanna), Noiton (A rainforest), Friol (A tropical island), and Hoa (A blooming valley). And here are the names of the lights of the forests: Seid (Red), Seil (Orange), Seim (Green), Seiv (Blue), and Seip (Purple.) We know Sein is cyan and Seir is yellow. And here are the dark creatures: Dark wolves, dark hyenas, dark panthers, dark serpents, dark sharks, and dark foxes. Altum has the Spirit Spruce, Kainar has the Spirit Baobab, Noiton has the Spirit Mangrove, Friol has the Spirit Palm, and Hoa has the Spirit Sakura. It would be cool if the next few Ori games would take place mostly in one of these lands! But we would play as one of the new Guardian Spirits born from Ori's Spirit Tree in Niwen. They would be sent to one of them by Ori's Spirit Tree. And they would fly there with the help of Ku.
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Is it a bug?
It's been a while, hasn't it? Here's a drawing of Oliver from memory, cause I haven't drawn him in a while. (If you haven't seen me before, you can check out my other posts) Enjoy! :)
For me, I think Kwolok might be my favorite. It has one of my favorite soundtracks in the game, and plot wise, it was a good twist. I wasn’t really expecting to fight him. As for least favorite, probably Shriek. Compared to Kwolok and Mora, she was a little underwhelming.
Spirit Tree(s) Plotholes:
So everyone knows that Ori narrated OATWOTW. If Ori narrated OATWOTW, who narrated OATBF? Was it Ori who narrated that, or the spirit tree? And because we know that the spirit tree's light was expelled for 3-4 months, that was long enough for the decay to infect the land. So who is the Spirit Tree on Nibel?
She is a plot device. I just had to say it. Ku is just a cute, needy, owlet whom Moon Studios uses to drive the plot forward. I feel like the need to save her would've been better if Ku had been born with two good wings, and Ori could sense darkness from Niwen, asked Ku to fly her over there, get lost in the storm, and then you have a better reason and motive to save her because you asked her to take you to this decayed landscape, you got her lost, and you nearly killed your best friend. The plot, pacing, and/or quests wouldn't be changed at all.
What is he? He's clearly not from the Spirit tree but lives under the spirit tree. So is he a neutral spider that got pushed over to evil when the decay came? And although he is a great engineer, if he's a freaking thing that's been corrupted somewhat by the decay, why does he have to hide? He has a literal base to protect him, for God's sake. If he knew something was wrong with the Spirit Tree, why wouldn't he stay there?!
It's really hard for me to find plotholes for Naru because... She's a mom. But she's a t h I c c c c c mom. I mean, if Gumo revived her, I credit her for going to find her daughter, and she's ultimately the thing that... inspires, I'll say that- Kuro to save Nibel, but did they have to make her that thick?
She has a solid reason to kill all Spirit guardians, and a solid reason to hate the light. But couldn't she move somewhere darker with Ku? Somewhere light still breached but not enough to kill off her last daughter? Because she's shown to live with the-Coexist with the light with three of her unnamed fledglings. They could've just migrated to the dark, maze-y area. I forget the actual name, but you need to get something to go... I think to go to the Forlorn ruins? Why couldn't they've just gone there?
NPC's in Niwen's plotholes:
Um, what. The ***k. I talk to Planter, Mapmaker, Several Moki, and magical monkey man after losing Ku and all they say is, "Did you find any seeds, spirit?" "M A P" "I need a hat." "CAre to HOne your SKills?" They don't even c a r e. The only ones that do care are Wanderer, Motay, and Grom. So what. The ***k. Start caring, dudes!
Sorry about this monster of a discussion, but gush out every single detail about how many plotholes you've found searching through gameplay and gaming. Feel free to correct me on anything that's I've or others have typed.
Have fun screaming in plotholes.
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It's a good thing Ori and the Will of the Wisps came out a few days before we were put into lockdown. That was because of Covid-19. It's a matter of life and death. You can play both Ori games as much as you want so you can stay happy during the pandemic. We all need to work together and fight back against it! When you are out in public, wear a mask. You can also use wipes to clean infected public spaces.
I need to "restore the ginzo tree", I've already done all the areas with the teleporters but the objective still isn't complete
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Do you have any characters from either game that you dislike?
Hi guys! I’m new and really interested in Ori on the switch. I haven’t played an Ori game however, so I need an idea on what the game is like. It looks gorgeous and it looks fun. So could anyone tell me what the game’s about and if it’s hard or easy. Thank you!
Chapter 2: A New Friend
*Synopsis: Ori investigates the source of the noise from Chapter 1, and finds someone that looks almost like her. Enjoy! Also let me know what you think of this chapter's premise at all in the comments if you want*
Ori was very surprised and shocked to see what was making the noise. The being was a spirit that almost looked exactly like her, except they had no eyelashes, and their ears were a little bit shorter than hers. They were lying on their side, groaning weekly, and quietly in pain.
???: *Groans in pain*
Ori: Oh my gosh! Are you ok?!
???: *Slowly opens eyes* Uuhhhh... Huh?
Where am I?
Ori: You're in the beautiful Forest of Niwen. Are you ok? You look seriously hurt!
???: Ooohh... *Raises up from the ground and sits upright* I think so... apart from that log that fell on me.
But... at the same time... I do feel quite tired and dirty.
Ori: Oh... well if you follow me, I can help get you patched up and you'll feel much better.
???: *Coughs* Really? You'd do that for me?
Ori: Of course. I can't just leave another poor spirit on their own in pain.
???: Oh, thank you so much!
Ori: You're very welcome! Well come on then, we can't just sit around here. Follow me!
???: Ok, I'm right behind you!
And as Ori waited for the other spirit to brush the dust off their knees after they got up, they set off to find a lake with some clean water to patch up Ori's newfound spirit.
Ori: Oh, yeah what's your name by the way, if you have one that is...
???: Oh! I'm sorry, I forgot to introduce myself! My name's Oliver!
Ori: Oh, that's a nice name! I'm Ori! Pleased to meet you.
Oliver: *Abashed* Oh... thanks. I'm pleased to meet you too.
Soon, they came to see a large lake in the distance.
Ori: Oh, look. There's a lake. Let's use that clean water to help wash all that dirt off your face.
Oliver: Oh, good idea.
As they sat by the lake, Ori watched as Oliver kept scooping the water, cupping it in his hands, and wiping it all over his face, eventually cleaning off all the dirt that was there before.
While he was doing it however, Ori couldn't help but think about how much of a pleasing sight it was for her to see him gently cleaning himself, all the while, having his legs dangling in the water, and his ears blowing in the soft wind.
Oliver: *Turns his face to Ori's* How does it look now?
Ori: That's much better. In fact, it looks spotless!
Oliver: Oh, cheers. You know, I forgot to mention how even though we've only just met, you seem like a good friend, Ori.
Ori: Oh, thanks! But it's fine, really.
Oliver: Good. So, what do you want to do now, Ori?
Ori: Umm... Oh! Mind if I take you back to my house? You look pretty hungry, anyway.
Oliver: Yeah. Now that I think about it, I could do with a little something to eat.
Ori: Oh, nice! Come on, then!
Oliver: *Giggles* Ok, hold on, I'm coming!
And as the two of them ran back to Ori's house, they both knew that they've started a new friendship. But, they didn't realise that it was one that was going to go a long way.
*To be continued*