The Prisoner of Daemonheim

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I sincerely doubt Xau-Tak was originally intended to have anything to do with Daemonheim, but Jagex have already retconned Daemonheim so many times already, it wouldn't be surprising for them to do so again. I also doubt Kranon has anything to do with Daemonheim, since they're likely to be the final boss of the third Elite Dungeon, which is seemingly near Ulthven Kreath, which is where they are seen during Crassian Allegience. Also, Seiryu was corrupted a long time ago, meaning Kranon hasn't only become active recently.

Also, keep in mind that we actually know what was at the bottom of Daemonheim: The Rift, a weakness between dimensions. We also know that Zamorak was actually really on the other side of it, and that judging by his dialogue, Zamorak was at least influencing Bilrach during Nadir (although Nadir and Daemonheim in general is such a mess of unexplained and forgotten plot points it's hard to tell). But it's possible other forces like Xau-Tak were also trying to claw their way through, like it did in Ulthven Kreath.

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The Exile: Our last job for Hearthen - the black stones. Once complete, we were to be tolerated no more, so that no other would hear of these stones. He bargained to be the hand to silence us in exchange for his own life. My family; my challem - I long to be with them again. I cannot go on with this knowledge - it is too much to bear. I wish it to end!
I noticed this when Ports 3 was released, and immediately thought of Xau-Tak (although we did not actually know the name "Xau-Tak" at the time), but dismissed it as a reference to the ritual marker. After Pieces of Hate, I'm wondering if they did actually mean kreath takla...
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

26-Aug-2018 16:49:22 - Last edited on 26-Aug-2018 16:55:29 by Wahisietel

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