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There is a skill called standing endurance that I so not see listed.--Zyrus 04:09, 21 September 2010 (UTC)

Added. --Aramet 04:45, 21 September 2010 (UTC)

Should it be mentioned that Lann eventually switches to using Plate Armor? --Dale Martel 09:14, 15 November 2010 (UTC)

Considering in game the skill for Thousand Needles is labeled Smash: Thousand Needles, it probably should be left as Smash: Thousand Needles in the combat listing. Mairu 11:35, 20 November 2010 (UTC)

Lann's Background[edit source]

So, when I read Lann's background on the wiki, I noticed that it was very similar to his formal introduction on the Vindictus site: [1]. So, I checked to see if the wiki's info for Lann's background was originally the same, and as it turns out, it was: [2]. I think that if that block of text is going to be heavily borrowed from anyways, we should just quote it, replacing the more grammatically and factually correct entry that stands now (perhaps re-including relevant data later in the page). I would've done this on my own, but this felt like the sort of thing that should be agreed upon before some rogue editor blindly erases months of revisions... --Ujuidar 05:06, 30 December 2010 (UTC)

Equipment set in pic?[edit source]

The image for Lann in this article does not say what equipment set is used there. Any idea what equipment set is that? Thanks in advance. --The Duke of Rockford 04:23, 9 December 2011 (UTC)

The equipment set that Lann is wearing in the article is the Light Melca Mail Set. This set is obtained through the story of Ferghus's Technique. There are five parts to this story, and the player can only take one part of the story at a time. It basically involves you killing a certain boss for an ore that Ferghus may or may not make into a Melca piece. The type of ore determines which piece you get if it succeeds. As long as the story is active and you don't turn the first ore in, the boss of choice will continue to drop an ore each time it is killed. --Masqtalk 05:29, 9 December 2011 (UTC)