Firebrand oversees the "evolved" human race questionEdit

Despite that GQII takes place before GQ, Firebrand is offered to oversee the "now evolved" human race? Is this an oversight by the wiki writer or the actual game?

Huntbelmont (talk) 13:28, October 14, 2015 (UTC)

Naturally, this is one of the parts of the franchise I don't know much about. The games themselves don't really hold strong storylines as far as I have seen. It's like when people try to explain the story of Mario in the Mario Brothers universe. There is a lot of conflicting info, and that is because the people that own the rights were mostly interested in just making game, not if the story jives.
However, I think Quick was the one that added that, so I'll let that user know this is in question.  Devilmanozzy (Talk Page)  19:54, October 14, 2015 (UTC)
While I did many changes, I left most of Gargoyle's Quest 1 & 2 unchanged as I don't know much about them. That part was present since the page's creation by Kojiro S in 2008. But I will see if I can find something about it. --Quick (ut) 21:28, October 14, 2015 (UTC)
If both of you don't see a reason/proof of this, then by all means remove it. No reason to add something that isn't true.  Devilmanozzy (Talk Page)  22:35, October 14, 2015 (UTC)
Gargoyle's Quest II ending:
King Breager: "I cannot believe this! I never dreamed my plot would be thwarted by you, Red Blaze. But remember, someday I will revive and destroy you!"
The King of the Ghoul Realm: "I appreciate your effort, Firebrand. I never dreamed you were the legendary Red Blaze. By the way, I heard of a very beautiful land called the human world. It is under construction. Explore the land and if you like it, take it over and be the king. Firebrand, leave for the human land now!"
When Firebrand defeated King Breager, Firebrand released all of his power. The Ghoul Realm was enveloped in flames and the black light was swept away together with the King of Destruction's army. Thus the Ghoul Realm returned to its peaceful state and Firebrand fulfilled the legend of the Red Blaze. And his legend was handed down from generation to generation.
Japanese ending: VERY rough translation: (...) "By the way Red Arremer, now a different world called the human world, very beautiful world heard that can be there those that say that the human world the kurenuka and went to investigate if the world is you if favorite of and robbing yourself and king it is but good to the human world"
In the end Firebrand is given the opportunity to go to the new and beautiful human realm and, if he wishes, to become its king, but nothing is said of what he decided to do and how the human race is. --Quick (ut) 23:04, October 14, 2015 (UTC)

Personality section Edit

It seems rather unorganized and has a couple contradictions. I only recently discovered this franchise, so I can't really say which parts are true and which aren't, which is why I'm not fixing it myself. PyroGothNerd (talk) 00:47, May 27, 2020 (UTC)

More specifically the line, "this has made him somewhat full of himself, he isn't prideful" PyroGothNerd (talk) 01:13, May 27, 2020 (UTC)

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