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Just an FYI, this dungeon may also be called "Par Ruins." Seen both names used by Nexon so far. ---Angevon 23:23, 31 January 2009 (UTC)

Re: Mirror Witch

I addressed this on the Mirror Witch page too but what's with this "To defeat her properly" business? From all I've seen, read and heard, the lengthy process to break the mirrors and such is solely to get the Ice Rose. Whilst neat and noteworthy I wouldn't go so far as to say it's the "proper way" to defeat her. Heck, she's even easier if you don't break the mirrors.

Why isn't this on the Dungeons list? If Dunbarton's scary Library made it onto the list I think this should too...

Added to dungeon list, but i can't answer your question. --Fruitrecruit

Unnecessary Info

I don't think this really belongs as a footnote with the Mirror Witch, but I'll leave it here in case it's deemed necessary. Pulled something like this off of the Mirror Witch page a moment ago, simply because it was totally irrelevant, though this one seems kinda iffy.

*Ragtag gang of alts was able to defeat the mirror witch. We received the ice flute from the treasure room and one of our members played it in the room while we had no agro. We had just previously been defeated after killing the Wendigo once and opening up the Mirror Witch for attack. We returned to the room, used the flute, destroyed the mirrors, agroed and killed the wendigo and then smashed the mirror witch to death. (credit goes to Seuro, Nocti, and Rayco of Mari's Intelexia guild 3/7/0

Re: Fair/Par

In game it's called Par Ruins 100% of the time, no NPC's or messages ever call it Fair Ruins.

It's referred to as Par because that's the way it's SUPPOSED to be spelled. The name on the dungeon entrance says Fair because that's how it's pronounced. Gaelic is a weird language. Same thing happened with Rundal. Spelled Rundal, pronounced Runda. --GN54 21:56, 10 March 2009 (UTC)
Correction, it's supposed to be spelled Fair and pronounced Par. I'm gonna go ahead and fix the dungeon title on the page. --GN54 01:15, 12 March 2009 (UTC)
Despite that, it will get confusing. It's never called Fair in-game, so users look for Par, the way it's spelled in-game. Fracture
Well, perhaps its not a Gaelic thing and it shouldve been Phair? - A Random User
If it is called Fair ruins, it would have been Par in Korean, since there is no f. Runda is actually Rúnda(roonda). Als, a lot of Iria's names and placenames aren't even Gaelic(Elves are Latin, for example). --Jαy 23:36, 29 November 2009 (UTC)
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