This page lists the number of subordinates as 99; with Shih-na, this makes an even 100. However, near the beginning of the article, Lang is claimed to have 101 subordinates. One of these three numbers must be incorrect. 02:16, September 4, 2010 (UTC)

The MIB is the other one, assuming he didn't "participate" in the sound-off, which I guess isn't an entirely safe assumption. capefeather 14:47, September 4, 2010 (UTC)

"Accused of murder" line Edit

I'm sorry, but the line about Lang being the only "rival" not to be accused of murder is REALLY ambiguous. For one thing, you can't unilaterally declare that Winston Payne was not a "rival"; that's a matter of personal definition/opinion. For another thing, this whole Klavier thing is a very minute point, brushed aside the moment the judge decides to speak up like the silly man he is. It's so minute, in fact, that we can't confirm that nothing similar has happened to Lang. Not only do we lack easy access to AAI's script, but we also lack a translation of GK2 entirely. I think the point is too trivial to note, too ambiguous to expect no further semantic arguments from it, and not worth the possibility that it's wrong.

The Klavier "accusation", for reference:

Judge: What's this!? Prosecutor Gavin, if your keys were in the victim's hand... Judge: That makes you a prime suspect! Klavier: ..."Love, slow-acting and new. Atroquinine... is waiting for you..." Trucy: He's singing something. Apollo: Does everything with this guy have to be so over-the-top? Klavier: ...The killing happened in the middle of my concert. Klavier: I was... like a sailor, adrift on a sea of sound. Klavier: Anyway, I didn't want anything else stolen.

capefeather 21:04, June 13, 2012 (UTC)


Similarly, "Long" means "dragon" in Vietnamese.

But "long isn't even a word in Vietnamese. The correct term is rồng which is pronounced with a r or g sound, depending on the dialect. I think whoever wrote this confused it with Chinese? 23:56, December 11, 2012 (UTC)

Yeah, the whole statement is kind of pointless because it's basically saying that Asian languages have some similarities. But then why specifically mention Vietnamese and not the myriad of other languages? So I have removed that point entirely. capefeather (talk) 15:46, December 12, 2012 (UTC)
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