I just got this from Doug. I guess I'm not going to be asking Bungie much anymore. (Though he does have a point: in the tags, there's an object called "Watcher's other arm"). Anyway, here's his message (with the previous correspondance trimmed)...
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From: "Doug Zartman"
Subject: RE: Re: Myth Story/Art Question
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 1999 16:32:39 -0600
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I can both confirm and deny Juan's insightful comment. Who is to say the
Watcher only has TWO arms? The more copies of the Codex you own, the more
you will understand.
Thanks for listening!
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> Jason, Doug, Rob,
> Yesterday I wrote a message Juan Ramirez regarding the
> postgame art of
> Myth TFL and it's relation to the Myth story (I run Legends &
> Lore, the
> Myth story site). His response (and my message, quoted) is attached
> below. It seems rather odd to me, however, so I'm writing to
> you three,
> who actually worked on the story, to confirm or deny his
> statements, or
> at least provide yet another cryptic clue. I hope one of you
> will take a
> moment out of your no doubt busy schedules to respond. Thanks
> in advance,