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Omaria Emir (Comandant Rosu)
Omaria Emir (Comandant Rosu)

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PostSubject: The Crystal Line   Fri May 29, 2009 3:06 pm

The Crystal Line is the name given to all those mysterious white spines that can be found all over Vana' diel. The Crags are part of this construction which are all interconnected.

None of the 5 races had any part of creating this line though the Tarutaru seem to have been the ones to tap into and understand how this technology could be used via spells as a means of rapid transportation.

Also the home point crystals appear to borrow the magical technology to some degree.

The following was transferred from an original post by Dark Samurai and edited by Chesserin on the Tapestry Forums.

(From top to bottom clockwise, Tu'Lia, Al'Taieu, Vahzl, Mea, Dem, Holla, Delkfutt. The extra notes are Ru'Aun and La'Loff which mentioned Ru'Avitau, Ve'Lugannon and La'Loff, all areas in Tu'Lia. - Chessirin)

A prominent section of the crystal line, found stretching across the Meriphataud Mountains was eventually named “Drogaroga’s Spine” by the Tatutaru, as it resembled the back bone of what could have been a gigantic Heavenly Dragon. San d’ Orian pastors on the other hand, believed that the long structure is a wall created by Altana to protect the Elvaans from harm.



Source: The Crystal Line from FFXI Graviton
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