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rookie7

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Who is fully caught up with Magi & Questions?
« on: November 10, 2014, 09:55:29 pm »
The black Ruhk and white Ruhk in Alibaba was merged together,
    does anyone know why?

Aladdin is going against God, his own father "King Solomon"?
   They both have the same ideals, wanting everyone to be
   happy and equal. However, then the need for kings would
   no longer be of concern since no one is above anyone
   else right? I think societies need leaders, since there
   would be no order without it.

Has the author already planned out an ending?

Magi has many concepts: corruption, slavery, utopia,
    racism, politics etc. I feel that this is the cycle
    of humans (corruption, slavery, racism, politics)
    and do not see a happy ending unless the author
    ends it with a utopia. The tragedy of Alma Toran
    is inevitable.
    The Giver, Elysium, and many other movies/novel
    currently display different views on the good or bad
     of a utopia. What does everyone else think?

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Re: Who is fully caught up with Magi & Questions?
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2014, 10:31:00 pm »
I mean I don't want to spoil it for people because i've seen advanced raws, but essentially the ending is aladdin waking up in the room with ugo because the entire thing was a dream

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Re: Who is fully caught up with Magi & Questions?
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2014, 02:42:34 pm »
The two Rukh in Alibaba fused together because the two types of Rukh-or shall I say souls of Alibaba and Cassim-really got along with each other and their ideals, concerns, ways of thinking and stuff became one. This happened when he was fighting Garda as a gladiator, he thought back on his days in the slums and how they worked together. He thought about how even though they didn't have much and were not very strong, he and Cassim always fought for what they felt they needed to fight for. He thought about Balbadd, the country he lost and the people there.

I must also add that I don't actually think the idea of a united, equal world is possible because Mogamett is right. How are you supposed to stop people from dragging others down to their level? How are you supposed to stop looking down on one another even among humans?

Hope this helped. :)