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It mentions in the Trivia section that it is unsure why the Raven admin area is called the "Serpent of Lore." I don't know if this is helpful or not, but there is a rotating image of a serpent biting its own tail on the wall behind Yata's spot in the SoL. The image or idea of a serpent biting its tail has been used in Norse, West African Ashanti and Central American mythology, among others. On top of that is the Ouroborous symbol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ourobouros) which was used in alchemy (the real stuff, not just in anime). This common use of the serpent biting its tail in world mythologies could be why the room is referred to as the "Serpent of Lore." I wouldn't be surprised if the one in the SoL is meant to signify something from "The World's" own mythology, but that's just pure speculation. Additionally, Gate of Uroboros (an alternate spelling of Ourobouros) is one of the meanings for G.U. I would add this to the article, but I'm a noob and wanted to make sure it was good enough or not before I put it in there (I've made too many hasty mistakes in other wikis already ).--[[User:Semysane|Semysane]] 08:36, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
 
It mentions in the Trivia section that it is unsure why the Raven admin area is called the "Serpent of Lore." I don't know if this is helpful or not, but there is a rotating image of a serpent biting its own tail on the wall behind Yata's spot in the SoL. The image or idea of a serpent biting its tail has been used in Norse, West African Ashanti and Central American mythology, among others. On top of that is the Ouroborous symbol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ourobouros) which was used in alchemy (the real stuff, not just in anime). This common use of the serpent biting its tail in world mythologies could be why the room is referred to as the "Serpent of Lore." I wouldn't be surprised if the one in the SoL is meant to signify something from "The World's" own mythology, but that's just pure speculation. Additionally, Gate of Uroboros (an alternate spelling of Ourobouros) is one of the meanings for G.U. I would add this to the article, but I'm a noob and wanted to make sure it was good enough or not before I put it in there (I've made too many hasty mistakes in other wikis already ).--[[User:Semysane|Semysane]] 08:36, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
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If he's Wiseman doesn't he mention anything about the fact that Azure Kite looks like the original Kite?--[[User:Kite X|Kite X]] 22:46, 5 March 2007 (UTC)

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on yata's bio it say that he is wiseman but wiseman was 9 during the games what are the odds of a 16 year old being a system admin

Fairly high actually, considering he was a .hacker and had lots of contacts inside CC Corp like Lios or Balmung. Helba may have helped too. The possibility is certainly there, but until we get an authentic source (not just somebody saying it's revealed in volume 3) it's just a rumor. Hence why we keep removing it from the page. --CRtwenty 23:32, 22 January 2007 (UTC)

Well, if you won't take the game itself as evidence, then what will you listen to? --AuraTwilight 02:54, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

How about evidence that it actually is in the game. A screenshot or exact quote (untranslated is fine) will do. --Shinsou Wotan, 02:57, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
What Shinsou said. It's really not that hard to say it came from the game. Heck, almost everyone here knows what I'm talking about when I say "Kima". I could just say the game said that "Natsume is actually Terajima because Terajima thought she had a higher chance of being with Kite if he thought she was Natsume." That doesn't mean it's true, though. Kulaguy 03:49, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

He's Wiseman, though I can't take screenshots. Keyaki, Kuhn, and Endrance are all still a lot less certain at the point I'm at though... - Kuukai2 08:09, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

It mentions in the Trivia section that it is unsure why the Raven admin area is called the "Serpent of Lore." I don't know if this is helpful or not, but there is a rotating image of a serpent biting its own tail on the wall behind Yata's spot in the SoL. The image or idea of a serpent biting its tail has been used in Norse, West African Ashanti and Central American mythology, among others. On top of that is the Ouroborous symbol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ourobouros) which was used in alchemy (the real stuff, not just in anime). This common use of the serpent biting its tail in world mythologies could be why the room is referred to as the "Serpent of Lore." I wouldn't be surprised if the one in the SoL is meant to signify something from "The World's" own mythology, but that's just pure speculation. Additionally, Gate of Uroboros (an alternate spelling of Ourobouros) is one of the meanings for G.U. I would add this to the article, but I'm a noob and wanted to make sure it was good enough or not before I put it in there (I've made too many hasty mistakes in other wikis already ).--Semysane 08:36, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

If he's Wiseman doesn't he mention anything about the fact that Azure Kite looks like the original Kite?--Kite X 22:46, 5 March 2007 (UTC)

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