By splitting the entirety of the material into two volumes, a spot of the obvious came across, namely that at the time, the story is pretty linear, with Noel joining Serah and Lightning on their journey, there being very few points at which he or the villains can alter the timeline. This could be done in future chronicles to streamline the story, but considering how large the story had grown, I can only hope the production team at Omega isn't as short with their time as I am with my money.
Most of the events that occur in the past in A Journey Through Time, AJTT, are oft-repeated and appear in many different forms, such as the Refids from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, pawns from The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, and the fall of the Frost Giant Iori. Innovations that did not synchronize with the timeline had the effect of creating paradoxes, and a timeline where the timeline itself has advanced allows for the creation of numerous paradoxes that cannot be avoided.
The planet Gaia is split into three Zones. Flora (green), which was covered in the Gaian Interlude, occupies the forest and prairies of the Eastern Zone, Fauna (red) occupies the desert and borders the North Sea shore, and Terra (blue) occupies the remaining two-thirds of the planet, much of it covered by the Atlantic Ocean. Gaia's flora and fauna, respectively, each follow the four main themes of the game: flowers, herbs, trees, and animals. Though it is Horta who comments on this in Rage of the Gods via the Refids he restored, this fact is brought up in the Gaian Interlude and A Journey Through Time and is explored in the Order of Legends saga, where the people of each zone are ruled by a unique creature called a Legend.
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