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Hmm, is it me, or is the part about the "lash glitch" incorrect when it states it's the only verical rope in the game? I could swear there was another one danglng from the boat you need to repair!

Well, the rope in Lemuria is the only vertical rope that's a rope that is animated like a brown Lash rope, and when you climb up it it wiggles in a unique way. On the broken Sailing Ship in Alhafra, however, the vertical rope there is a totally stiff unanimated background image that might as well be a ladder, while all the brown Lash-ropes elsewhere around the ship are the typical tightrope-like things. There's actually several "stiff-ladder-ropes" in TLA like what you saw, like in the underground path up through the well into the outside area within Kandorean Temple's walls. Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 22:18, 25 June 2008 (UTC)
Technically the page says "the only vertical dangling rope". Now, if I remember right, the ropes in the Kandorean Temple's wells aren't tied down on the other end, so depending on your PoV they could qualify as "dangling." I see where both of you are coming from, so the blurb in question should probably be re-worded. The world's hungriest paperweight 23:05, 25 June 2008 (UTC)

Lemuria... In The Real World? Doubt It. Edit

I was just browsing the ol' wikipedia and checked up Atlantis. Turns out it had a link to a fabled sunken city of Lemuria. Think that info deserves a place on this page? Or maybe a link or something?Zabbeth 19:30, 13 January 2009 (UTC)

Certainly. However, the page in general needs a rewrite... Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 20:58, 13 January 2009 (UTC)


This page is in desperate need of a re-writeEdit

Ancient Lemuria redirects here, but it is never mentioned by name, and only with a small note of where the Mercury Djinni is found in Lemuria. The page in general is weak and not up-to standard. Erik himself said it needed a rewrite over a year ago, but no one has done so. I would, but I'm not to Lemuria yet in my current playthrough, and I only write on things that I have direct access to check the facts myself.

Anybody up to the challenge?Marandahir 16:29, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

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