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Discussion in 'Luniverse Lore' started by Sylph, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. Gacha Fries

    Gacha Fries Gacha-Robo's Right Arm

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  2. Happle

    Happle stan loona

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  3. Shian

    Shian [insert witty phrase here]

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    #23 Shian, Apr 6, 2019
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    Durn, I was kinda hoping for more lore. I have questions:

    1) Is Vinyl City part of Neon World? I initially thought they were two separate worlds, but I have encountered a few things to make me think otherwise.

    2) In Gacha World, the Neon War is between 5 Factions (Green, Blue, Red, Purple, and Yellow), but Cyanthia's background mentions a 6th Faction: the Cyan faction. Presumably this is where Cyko and the characters from Cyanity come from. I'm guessing they were either wiped out or absorbed by another faction. Can someone clarify?

    3) Besides color, what differentiates the various factions of the Neon War? I get the impression that the Reds are the "Warrior Class" type (think Klingons-lite) and the Purple faction is more mystical and magical. Plus, Nova Blade remarks that the Yellow faction used to be all happiness & cheer (and obviously aren't anymore) Beyond that, I'm a little in the dark.

    any help would be appreciated.
     
  4. KawaiiJutcho

    KawaiiJutcho Cookie Crazy

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  5. Shian

    Shian [insert witty phrase here]

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    Dead as the dinos.

    However since I posted my questions, Phantom answered a few of them for me.

    1) Definitely separate.

    2) Cyko is NOT a member of cyan faction or part of that world, and the Cyan faction ended up wiping themselves out in a leadership crisis.