Posted by Wonderer on August 05, 2002 at 07:15:54:
In Reply to: Does Ignus ever do anything interesting? posted by Cory on August 04, 2002 at 18:46:00:
Well we learn in the trial of impulse, that the practical incarnation did not train Ignus or at least he says so. I believe him, for if the practical incarnation had spant any time on Ignus it would have had a practical purpose and he would have taken ignus with him to FOR, which he did not.
TTO will use him against you before the trial of impulse if you are good. (If you are evil Vhailor will come for you instead I am told). When you kill Ignus after TTO has summoned him he will say as his fire dies out and he is reduced to carred remains:
I hear that if you are evil Vhailor and not Ignus will battle you before the trial of impulse and you can keep Ignus. If you then get the "good" ending where you get to resurrect your companions you can resurrect Ignus too and he will hold a speech about the fire plane. But I have not tried this yet so I know not if it is true and if it is what Ignus says.
Have you tried that Cory? I will try to play through with a evil character sometime, but there are so many things to try along the good storyline for me still :)