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Kilroy (or X) was here first thing that came to mind
ubiquitous graffitti at one stage (70s?)although haven't seen it for a while so it could well be a wordplay on that. Zarr=X meaning perhaps Zarr used to be everywhere but now resting on the astral plane??? It's best to ask client
Zarr is almost certainly a person's name. "X was here" is what people write on walls and other objects to say they've visited. I agree that "rest in the astral plane" sounds like something you'd say to a dead person.
This word appears only once in the whole game, and it has nothing to do with the gaming. I guess there might be something humorous or cultural. Since it's difficult for native speakers to understand, I'll ask the client directly. Thanks a lot, Gallagy!
Context... is "Zarr" a person or thing? Is this thing dead/gone? So the second line is like Rest in Peace?
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zarr was here
Zarr was here
Explanation: For the first line (achievement name) I'm just going to give you the translation you need because it's easier: Zarr was here = Zarr 到此一遊 (Substitute in whatever your translation is for Zarr)
As for the description, the Astral Plane appears to serve as a mission hub of sorts for Eador, so presumably there is a Rest command that allows you to recover health or something. Doing this action gives you the achievement.
(Now I see that this achievement does not currently exist in Eador, so maybe I'm just BSing. But I think you can translate this straight up - 在Astral Plane裡休息 - and it's going to be correct)
Lincoln Hui Hong Kong Local time: 09:02 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Chinese, English
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