AáMightysaid: AutumnáElitesaid: Wahisietelsaid: It's clearly Armadyl pretending to be a Dragonkin. He must be stopped.
No, it was Armadyl pretending to be a Dragonkin pretending to be Hillary Clinton.
...Either that or it was Donald Trump pretending to be Armadyl pretending to be a DragonkinRunescape doesn't need a hero...it needs a villain. An all encompassing force of evil that will remain ever-threatening and use chaos to make the peoples of Gielinor tolerate each other, grow strong together, and fight side by side against this evil. I am that villain.
Cthrissaid: My only issue is that I wasn't aware that the dragonkin are able to suck the light out buildings during the middle of the day.
They aren't. However there's a certain Mahjarrat who has the second known best control of the shadow realm and just so happens to know how to use the kins' nature and connection to the stone against them (having abused it to find the stone in the first place).
Furthermore, said Mahjarrat just so happens to be running a competition for killing gods, a number of whom happen to be False Users. Not to mention the he's been messing with the stone himself.
So it could be a matter of Sliske manipulating a Dragonkin, it could be that a Dragonkin actually sides with Sliske, or it could be that a Dragonkin is trying to catch Sliske.
N7spongysaid: Was doing the new case today and noticed Apothecary mentioning that the robber spoke the word "Vosk." In case you don't know this is a word from the Dragonkin language. Its been shown that Sakirth will appear in Kindred Spirits, and that Robber in the Darkness is required currently for it.
The description matches up, the talons, the scorched mark. Now what about the light being sucked out of the room? Sliske. What if Sliske has captured Sakirth and is using him to gather several items from him, but does not want to stir up too much trouble if Sakirth goes barging in and killing everyone, so is giving him the ability to create darkness in the area he is in. A dragonkin can travel to other planes, which would explain why Gypsy Aris couldn't feel connections with the stolen crystal ball.
So what could Sakirth be gathering these objects for?
I think that's just Sliske trying to catch our attention.
I mean which is more his style? Sending a letter saying "Hey world guardian, come bring some friends and fall for my trap." or sending a dragonkin to confuse us with petty theft that may or may not also be providing him with items he needs for his game?
"Abscondita est in Astra."
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The Paint job in the BTS and Trailer does match Sakirth, but I feel like it matches Phalaks as well, or even better. Sakirth's clothes are a little greener than Phalaks's, and I feel like the mystery DKin in the trailer has more of Phalaks's colour than Sakith's.
And it could be some Dragonkin we've never seen, like Lasthes or Tarake*.
What he wants with all those random things is beyond me, but this behaviour of stealing things and using obscure magic (in all senses of the word "obscure" ) seems more like something the Dactyl would do than the Necrosy*tes. Phalaks is a Dactyl, while Sakirth is a Necrosy*tes. My money's on Phalaks.
Or it could be Sliske just messing with us. Again. Like it always is.^ "Some of those words were
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