The war is technically called the Chiral "Chaos" Valley/Fight with First Lord of Chaos, Escherion war correct? So how come the war is called Mobius (with different parts) on the wiki page? Should we change the name of the war? Also, if we keep the war called "Mobius," why? Inside the Mobius pages, it states the fact that the war takes place in other places besides mobius. For example, it also takes place in Faerie and Cornelis. Should we make like Faerie Parts I, II, and III, and Cornelis Parts I, II, and III aswell? I'm confused. Although, I didn't mean to question everything…
P.S. is the Friday the Thirteenth event consider a war?
K, basically what we mean by "war" is having to kill x number of monsters before we get to continue with the storyline, which includes a War Meter, and defender medal turn ins. When the war meter hits 100%, the war is "over" and we get to fight the boss. After that, the storyline, or whatever the occasion is, continues to progress.
yes, the problem is you aren't understanding the meaning of the term war. it is as hina describes, an event with a war bar, that we progress through killing waves of monsters, handing in items, or some other method. the war is called mobius because it happened at mobius. there is no mobius iii because whats happening now is not a war. the voltaire event was indeed a war. if u were there for the live version, we had little war bars in each section, and we could not progress until that bar had been filled. the rerun was not a war.
Ok thanks now i understand. I wuz there for the (part of the live event anyway because once it went on to around 11:30 i quit, and decided to just play the replay the next day) live event. I remember the war meters and i understand the meaning of a "war" now. Next time when i'm confused ill post on the forums first…
I noticed that for the pirate war, .shadow// removed all the loot items and said that drops arent loot. If this is the case, then the mobius wars and the sneevil war are incorrect. I don't know why loot shouldnt include drops, but if that is how it is, the two are wrong.