Logan is taller?
After the new episode head of the snake i noticed logan was a lot more taller than i remembered him (he was at the same heigh as my char, now hes a lot taller) and he said his experience with that mordy pod thing changed his body. Could this detail mean something about his future? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk).
- He looked the same to me. But maybe a different model being used (for his injured and armored-but-injured appearances) mean they messed up the height setting. Konig (talk) 05:39, 16 February 2017 (UTC)
What was his shield in queens jubilee never got a good look at it looked like that one orders shield not order of whispers or vigil —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) at 12:02, 18 September 2017 (UTC).
Why is there nothing in the personal story section? It's like the most-known stuff! Is it that the personal Story had so many choices? We could simply say 'he helped the Hero of Shaemoor with his/her troubles' or something like that. Not hard. And especially the dungeons! Can't leave dungeons out, that's important. So why? TiffanySmith.8216 (talk) 20:25, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
- It's simply because the people visiting the wiki haven't managed to update many of the relevant lore sections yet (whether it's because of lack of time, interest etc). I've personally been working on fleshing out lore pages one by one, but it takes a while given how much relevant information is actually out there. When it comes to the complex maze of plots for vanilla game, part of the difficulty with NPC involvement comes with figuring out a way to present the branching story options in a logical manner and how technically there are initially three heroes per race (for humans those are Street Rat, Commoner, and Noble). When I expanded the article for Petra, for example, I solved it by mentioning her having interacted with both the commoner Hero of Shaemoor and a street rat Hero of Shaemoor, and I imagine a similar approach works well for a more expanded treatment on notable NPCs like the members of Destiny's Edge in their relevant personal storylines. Don't worry, though; I'll get to editing and expanding Logan's article eventually unless someone else beats me to it. That's the least we can do to showcase the deep and rich lore of the Guild Wars verse. :) --Kossage (talk) 21:21, 18 July 2018 (UTC)
he had not choice (2)
To quote Queen Jennah in the human storyline, last chapter of level thirty: 'No, Advocate. I have enough servants -- I want a partner. Logan must be free to make his own decisions. I made such a mistake once before. I won't make it again.' this implies she did force him... although I wouldn't say force, but... Maybe make him "think" he had to. Just a quick note, since not everyone plays human storyline as much or obsessively as I do. On the other hand, however, Logan consistently says something like he doesn't regret his "choice". I would take it straight from him - he says choice, we conclude he chose. Logan's the type of guy (I think) who would not like bit having a choice. And he'd definitely tell Rytlock he didn't have a choice. TiffanySmith.8216 (talk) 22:29, 19 July 2018 (UTC)