Fire820 wrote:Is it really this simple? I would've though more of you, Playmesh.
Ok. Let me dive into this vision and explain my thoughts.
The men spoken of are obviously the "winners", so to say, of that world. The only ones left. Maybe even a guild. MAYBE.
The men growing, gorging, and becoming bloated means that they are gathering cities. Expanding their kingdom. Growing in size.
The worms are rather peculiar. I say that the worms are barbarians. Worm, barbarian, for every world. Also, when you gain so many cities, and with nothing to do, you tend to become inactive, becoming a barbarian, or worm. However, the vision implies that the men gradually grow into worms not immediately morph. So maybe this means that cities will barb instead of the player. I also believe that in closed worlds, the barbs will attack. That's why the worms attacked the flower, not the other way around.
The petals falling represents worlds coming to an end.
Don't quite understand the Valor symbol yet, maybe the current world available to enter.
The new flower, I think, symbolizes…wait for it…a world reopening. For all players. Or for certain players. Don't know which but I think world's will reopen for a new start. A new rise up. Shall I say it, a new newness. Maybe for military purposes only since nothing can grow in "scorched earth". Maybe start with a certain amount of troops. Certain amount of resources. Or maybe resources accumulate painstakingly slowly. Who knows.
The Scholar. Extremely peculiar. Obviously not a normal scholar or the capital S would be lowercase. Also, the word "Look" implies that you must search for the Scholar, like in a world. Perhaps Aurora might have meant, "Ask the Scholar" instead of "Look". But I doubt it. So maybe this Scholar is something in the world that would give an advantage to the player who has this Scholar.
Thanks for reading! Also, if I got anything correct, would a Playmesh employee private message me letting me know what I got correct and incorrect. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Only time shall prove the merits of your interpretation. But I deeply appreciate the contribution NO MATTER HOW WRONG (or right) IT IS.