they seem to be in a more 'wise' position, a theme that would go along with the cap and gown as a symbol of knowledge.Oh,how the sea calls 14:32, August 28, 2010 (UTC)Apparently the eyes are just meant to symbolize the basic "extreme" emotions - happy, sad, and angry - since Unversed are beings of extreme emotion. At least that was my understanding, so I described them that way. "Wisdom" isn't really an emotion.
Arrogance is an Emotion.EdgeshadowWhat exactly is "arrogant" about wisdom? More imortantly, what is "arrogant about the Mimic Master's eyes? The Unversed's eyes are mostly generic shapes and not suited for subtle emotions, just broad ones.
LIke what. There are other EXTREME EMOTIONS!Edgeshadow
Wisdom itself is indeed humble in its true form....Oh,how the sea calls 15:00, August 28, 2010 (UTC)
EXTREME EMOTIONS! EXTREME!!!Edgeshadow
We understood the first time , Edge.Oh,how the sea calls 15:07, August 28, 2010 (UTC)
Wisdom is NOT an EXTREME EMOTION!!Edgeshadow...Yeah ...we know that.
Then what are you worried about?Edgeshadow
- Do we even have a confirmation of what each eye mean? If not, isn't it Speculation?
Iam just suggesting, whats wrong with that?Edgeshadow
There is nothing wrong with creating a discussion, but the Wiki policy don't allow speculation so if we dont have a confirmation then it shouldn't be in the article--Xabryn 15:57, August 28, 2010 (UTC)It's the general shape of the eyes that creates the expression. Its just a vague descriptive term, and having it in the design to describe the shape of the eye isn't speculation as long as it's not implying something (for example, if it said "the eyes llok sad, so the Unversed personifies sorrow", that's speculation).