One Angel or Two?
Article writes: "however Israfel is always treated as a single Angel when an "Angel List" is given, and must be counted as a single Angel to make the Angel count come out as stated. This makes it more likely that Israfel is capable of dividing a single soul between its two cores."
The bolded bit seems unnecessary bias. Reason being, the entire Lilin species is listed as a single Angel, and that's billions of different souls functioning as a "colony". --Reichu 17:49, 11 May 2009 (PDT)
- Nuked and nag-flagged. --UrsusArctos 23:25, 11 May 2009 (PDT)
- I think the question of whether Israfel has one soul or two is worth mentioning, but it would probably work best as a segueway into another T&A article. It's not a major issue, or one about which any conclusions can be drawn, but we managed to have that one interesting thread about it. Worth a T&A page, even if all we can muster in our current understaffed and overloaded state is a shitty stub right now. --Reichu 08:34, 12 May 2009 (PDT)
Two Cores or One?
So far, we've never seen anything like two cores fusing or separating. No matter what crazy things Eva-01 does in EoE, there's nothing to show that cores fuse and separate like that. Instead of considering Israfel as a special case, why not show the one shot of Israfel with a single core (That too, with a very suspicious bar running across it) either as an animation error or Israfel hiding one of the cores? Reichu, what does the original genga for the scene say about the cores?--UrsusArctos 02:46, 26 August 2007 (EDT)
- Genga are just key frame animation drawings. I tend to use it because it's helluva shorter. I'm not sure what you're thinking of.
- Israfel has one normal-looking core when it initially shows up... Image:09 C078 israfel.jpg
- one normal-looking core when it shows up again... Image:09 C332 israfel.jpg
- and two cores that are heading towards each other after Alpha and Beta fuse once more. Image:09 C354C,355 isra-fuse.gif
- --Reichu 13:57, 26 August 2007 (EDT)
Thanks for the images, now I see! That CHEAT! I agree with you, I go with Sadamoto's Israfel this time! --UrsusArctos 21:26, 26 August 2007 (EDT)