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Don't undo it again. Don't start an edit war, because I'm not fighting it. I'll just report you.
First, like you've actually read the Ultimania. It's always so convenient when a person decides to hound someone else that they've done something that would make them look smarter. Besides the fact that the Ultimania probably wouldn't have covered that anyway, it's not a solid case.
The whole situation with Genesis was kept underground, and dealing with them was an underground operation. Who handles that stuff? The Turks. The operatives had black suits on just like the Turks, and Tseng went to go check up on his people.
They don't send the freakin' secretary to handle this stuff. They have is the Shinra army, SOLDIER, and the Turks. Does the Shinra army have suits? No. Does SOLDIER have suits? No. It was the *bleeping* Turks.
If they had any other type of staff who wore suits and handled that stuff, you would have met them, but you didn't.
Zalbaag 03:57, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
- Despite your needless emotion, I can see the argument being made here, Zalbaag. After watching the FMVs, they are just called "agents", and not "Turks". But the suits are enough to convince me that they are indeed Turks. --BlueHighwind ツ 04:06, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
- The burden of proof rests on you, my friend. All of the Turks are named and accounted for in the Ultimania's. There is no proof saying that the suits sent in Banora were Turks. Go ahead and report me, I'll fight it. I guess this Wiki is based on speculation instead of facts. Feldschlacht IV 16:38, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
- Really. Where's your proof? You claim you know all about the Ultimania. Find a source link that proves your point then. That proves that the Turks named are the ONLY in the world, and that the two sent to Banora weren't. Without that, all you're doing is speculating yourself and doing self-research. If you know for 100% fact that they aren't, someone else must know it and have posted it somewhere too. So, provide a link. Unless you can't. Zalbaag 21:58, 11 March 2009 (UTC)