Automated transfer of Problem Report #11211 Edit
The following message was left by The Disgruntled One via PR #11211 on 2008-06-24 22:28:03 UTC
It's not that the content is incorrect, it's just that I couldn't add his starting rank or first encouter.
This is perhaps easier to understand when one knows that in the Japanese version, the term was "extinguisher".
I removed this line since it's *probably* not true. The reason being is because it seems they call him "Fireman" in the Japanese version as well (I'm not completely sure though). However, I didn't (and still don't) understand why they call him that and it sounded a bit silly (plus I didn't want to offend any real life firemen!) so I took a minor liberty and altered it to "Extinguisher" in the pre-release translations. It was the next closest thing and seemed to fit in well with him being an Assassin. Although, now that I think about it, they might have called him "Fireman" in FE9 as well, but I don't really remember. Maybe it's to do with him coming when you need him? Aveyn Knight 19:30, 5 June 2009 (UTC)
...Fireman always reminds of that south park scene You can't call it that, you have to call it a fireman... he is the fireman and if you rub his red helmet he will spit in your eye
Either way I thought it was just a random codeword and had no meaning.
Is it just me, or does Volke seem like a combination between Nino and Jaffar? He's stealthy and secretive like Jaffar, yet sensitive like Nino. I'm not saying he's based off of them, but he seems A LOT like them. --Changeling4life 18:47, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
He's not sensitive at all, remember in PoR when Soren is talking about him in third person saying he is easy to control and comments that even though he is standing right there he doesn't seem to mind. I say he's more of a cross between Jaffar and Rennac.