Spoiler guysss i had ANOTHER epiphany

linnaealyn

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Over on Twitter someone pointed out to me the stone carving on the wall in Anima Dungeon 2 depicting Abel and Elly running from Cain, which I had never noticed before.

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So Anima Dungeon 2 and Kadomony are really close to one another on the planet, both located in the Terrane region of the world and Anima Dungeon 1 is located in the exact opposite corner of the map, so its also really close to the Terrane region.
The Gazel would likely look for the Anima Relics in this area of the world first, as Kadomony is where the Gazel were created and the relics separated from Kadomony as Kadomony fell from the Eldridge so likely a good majority of them would be located in this region of the world.

Being that this Anima Relic was hidden away in this dungeon full of booby traps that was built by the first civilizations of Kadomony-born humans ("In order to obtain the final Relic, we headed for a ruin that is believed to be almost 10,000 years old."), with a stone carving depicting the death of Elehayym during the attempted murder of Abel, this suggests either one of two possibilities:

1: There were a number of those humans who followed Abel's belief of free will & opposed Cain (Abel who is pushing his ideology of free will vs Cain who is falsely claiming to be the advent of god in order to control the masses) who hid away the nearest Anima Relic they found & carved this depiction of Cain murdering the first Antitype into the wall so that no one would forget what he did.
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2: This was done by Abel himself, as his fate was unknown- PW never says anything about when he died.

Theory 2 makes more sense to me, given the fact that Abel is the only Contact that we dont directly see have a connection to the art of painting. He probably carved this into the wall himself so that no one would forget that in trying to murder Abel, Cain murdered one half of the Mother.
There are a ton of words carved into the walls that we the player can't read. It could very well be that Abel left inscriptions describing these events and his philosophy of free will opposing Cain that eroded away over time.

Abel likely spent the rest of his life trying to locate these Anima Relics in order to hide them away from the Gazel.
 
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Those are some very interesting epiphanies Linnae. And it makes perfect sense that Abel did these wall carvings to signify how everyone in Abel's lineage were all artists/painters in some way. That is something not a lot of people would just overlook because they want to get the Anima Dungeon over with.

Do you know where in the Anima Dungeon this is found in? It looks to me that it can be found in one of those offshoot caves in there.
 
Those are some very interesting epiphanies Linnae. And it makes perfect sense that Abel did these wall carvings to signify how everyone in Abel's lineage were all artists/painters in some way. That is something not a lot of people would just overlook because they want to get the Anima Dungeon over with.

Do you know where in the Anima Dungeon this is found in? It looks to me that it can be found in one of those offshoot caves in there.
Yeah I never noticed it because XG almost never has detailed story related images within their map textures.

Yeah, its one of the hallways. I think probably most people are distracted by the chest right in front of it. Here, this is the tweet that brought its existence to my attention in the first place; they mentioned a specific time in the video.
 
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