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Archon ConnectionEdit

Has anyone else noticed the particular artistic theme of this weapon seems to suggest Scythe might indeed be related to the Archon bloodline? By that I mean the design and coloring of this weapon seems to be similar to other items connected to William Black's bloodline. The design of this weapon is that of a an eagle so other form of bird which is strikingly similar to that of Scarlet Robe's axe seen in her arena statue. The Warhammer has a red color theme which is similar to that of the Sword of Aeons and assuming Scarlet Robe's weapon matched the color of her outfit this means they'd all share the same color design. I think this was intentional by the producers to hint at a connection between the three.24.18.163.5 21:55, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

Scarlet Robe's weapon was the Murren Greataxe, judging by the appearance. So the only linking to red of the Archon bloodline is Scarlet Robe's outfit and Theresa's outfit. The Sword of Aeon's wasn't actually linked to the bloodline, it was merely sealed away. As for the eagle, can be seen as a mere coincidence. Until its confirmed as being an intentional hint, its speculation.--Lycos Devanos Drop me a line 02:06, September 25, 2012 (UTC)
Alpha is right, this is definitely speculation, as it's based solely on opinion. Why do you say that Scythe's Warhammer has a red color scheme? It doesn't. If you're referring to the runes, those change color to reflect your character's alignment. And we don't know that Scarlet Robe was supposed to have wielded the Murren Greataxe. It's been removed many times before for being speculation. The designs don't match perfectly, and if you look at early Fable screenshots, a couple show the Hero of Oakvale battling Thunder while wielding an axe that looks exactly like the one Scarlet's statue holds, complete with the drab grey "stone" coloration. They must've taken that weapon out of the game and/or altered its design for a reason. TheIndifferentist (Talk) 19:15, September 26, 2012 (UTC)

Mjolnir Edit

This seriously seems like a reference to Mjolnir. "Avenger" augment... The avengers. "Stormlord Augment", Thor uses Mjolnir to control lightning. Also, it's a hammer with wings, from what I can tell, and I'm pretty sure that's a nord thing.

74.74.179.254 01:15, June 10, 2016 (UTC)Anonymous Bob

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