In RO1, iGravity has always bounced back and forth between Tristan Gaebolg III and Tristram Gaebolg III when it came to referring to the king of Rune-Midgard. Which is the official spelling of that darn NPC?
In addition, what is the official name of our kingdom? Is it Rune-Midgard (makes more sense since it's part of the Midgard continent) or is it Rune-Midgarts (which looks and sounds funny)?
For someone who worships Freyja, is the religion thusly called Freyjanity? Would that make the worshippers Freyjanites or Freyjans?
So now we know that the worship of Odin is officially called the Odin Orthodoxy. What would those worshippers be called? Odinists? Odinites?
In RO1, Baphomet's forest is known as the Labyrinth Forest, the Prontera Maze, the Hidden Temple, and now in RO2 it's the Garden of Baphomet. What is the official name? Or are all of these the official name? Or is the Garden of Baphomet in an entirely different location?
A while ago, a Gravity developer said that the new hill town is called Ludlow (as seen here). Are you guys going to refer to it as Ludlow as well or are you going to stick with Izlude Hill for our localization?
Not lore-related, but is there going to be artwork of both genders for each job class (1st and 2nd classes)? I haven't been able to find any, despite RO2 being out in Korea for about a year now. I need references for RO2 fanart. (And I'm sure RO2 fansites need them for job class information.)
From what I was able to glean from the RO2 history on the site, the Ashkaron Empire is apparently located right on top of the Republic of Schwartzvald (from RO1)! What the heck happened to Schwartzvald? Is that what Svartalf in the RO2 history referring to? Did Rune-Midgard wipe out the Schwartzvald Republic?
Edited by ZeroTigress, 24 April 2013 - 10:45 PM.