I would if I knew how.
Like I said, the date when Christopher Paolini started writing the series and the release dates of the game are too close to be coincedental.
After reading book 3, I now have another 2 points.
8. In Brisingr, he talks about dragons having a crystal heart (referred to as Eldunari (it's not really a heart, more like a place dragons can put their minds so as to live on when their bodies die). Although Arokh does not have such a thing, he does have a crystal which links his heart to Rynn's.
9. Eragon's new sword Brisingr has blue flames and can break enchantments by cutting through them. Rynn's sword Runeblade has a blue glow and has the power to nullify magic (she was able to free Delon from Navaros by slapping him with the flat of the blade). I wonder what would happen if Rynn fought a Shade with her magic sword?
But I wonder if Chris Paolini would admit to that. He probably couldn't, seeing as it would open him up to being sued for copyright infringement and a share of his book sales profits. Personally, I wouldn't be so petty, but corporations are probably different.
Well, they'd have to get a movie really right if they made it from Drakan. Include the whole story, get the characters and voices right. I'd prefer a CGI movie (which can work if you spend a lot of time and money getting the models right) as opposed to live action. I wonder if Lani Minella and Jeff McNeal are still around? They were the voices of Rynn and Arokh in the first game, the ones I like best.
I'd prefer if they did a more detailed version of this Arokh though:
He looks much better then he does in the second game.