@Kos said in Change the Dark Falz's Names [Story Spoilers]:
But they ARE the same person, that's a thing even he states within the story, when inside Gemini. Luther is Loser and Loser is Luther, they're the same person.
As for the names themselves, I take it that they're written this way to work in what's going on with their JP names, where they're written in kanji but spoken differently. Elder's kanji basically means something along the lines of "huge body" so you get Elder the Gargantuan, Luther's can mean either "loser" or "defeated" so you get Luther the Fallen. Apprentice and Gemini are a bit weirder, Apprentice's kanji means something along the lines of "young person" and Vernal might seem strange, but looking into its definition it can be taken to mean youthful so it works out. Gemini's kanji however means "twins" which Duplicated doesn't quite fit and the first part of the name instead taking on that meaning, however the name makes more sense when you have the context of Episode 5.
Either ways, I don't think that's happening due to the voice recording already having happened and redoing it would cost them money they probably won't want to spend for something this minor.
They are not the same. In Ep3, Luther impresses upon the player and Matoi that the Falz can be molded into what the host's desires are, if the feelings are strong enough, because Photons are mutable and receptive to strong emotions. Remember that Elder only desired combat once it possesses Gettemhart. However, Luther does mention that, while possessed by Loser, he 'did not change,' because Luther is the original and ONLY host Loser has taken, therefore, there is little to muddle his feelings and the agenda he seeks to maintain. That being said, Loser originally should have worked to revive the Profound Darkness (as Luther again mentions in this scene) but because of Luther's strong emotions when succumbing to the Falz's influence, the original goal was thrown out in favour of Luther's desire to obtain omniscience.
There is further confirmation of this in Ep5 when Xiao and Xiera discuss the 'original personality' of Luther as they had met him in Omega and saw that he was starkly different from the Luther they knew in Oracle. They go even further to say Luther had BELIEVED he was in control of Loser's power, but it's asserted that wasn't the case, that he was Loser's puppet the entire time.
As well, there is an ENTIRE extra story arc dedicated to Yucreta and Aurora grappling with the issues of having people see them and only equate their faces to Apprentice, as they were each her host at a point. The game is always, always making a point of how the Falz =/= the host, even if people's feelings believe otherwise.
I know I'm getting off the tracks here, but I had to amend this.