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Penny Drakis
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Penny Drakis

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I believe this speculation is based on the murals in the Scabaras Tomb, which is accessible after you finish Diamond in the Rough. One of the panels depicts a falcon under a stylized sun,which is most obviously representative of Tumeken, and a hippopotamus to the left of a extra wavy water symbol or river symbol, and this is speculated to represent Elidinis. Humility is self-destruction, pride is the destruction of all else. And He said, "
Let there be light.
"
And then there were none.

02-Jan-2017 03:43:04

Penny Drakis
May Member 2015

Penny Drakis

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Penny Drakis said:
I believe this speculation is based on the murals in the Scabaras Tomb, which is accessible after you finish Diamond in the Rough. One of the panels depicts a falcon under a stylized sun,which is most obviously representative of Tumeken, and a hippopotamus to the left of a extra wavy water symbol or river symbol, and this is speculated to represent Elidinis.


The same murals can be seen in the Apmeken Tomb after Do No Evil.

Oops, meant to edit my post, not self-quote. Oh well.
Humility is self-destruction, pride is the destruction of all else. And He said, "
Let there be light.
"
And then there were none.

02-Jan-2017 03:46:36 - Last edited on 02-Jan-2017 03:48:25 by Penny Drakis

ZAmorakZaros
Apr Member 2013

ZAmorakZaros

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Why not more than one aspect? Tumeken seems to have enough aspects for a tiny and really disappointing zoo. If you count the four mini gods as his aspects. NO
I do not ship ZamorakxZaros.
I follow them. And Marimbo, the best t5 god.

02-Jan-2017 18:27:30

Elf of Seren
Nov Member 2012

Elf of Seren

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I'm not really sure what you mean by elaborate on it...

She, presumably, was a water-horse, ascended somehow. Went on a bomb-*ss diet (assuming that her Nardah statue is accurate in representing her body form), married a Bird-dude, then adopted a doggo and a kitteh. They loved their pets so much, they sprayed them with their god juices, and now they can talk and do magic and stuff.

Bird-dude may have gone on an acid trip some time later, creating cousins for their kids in the form of a crocogator, a muscle-man, a buggo, and a monkey.

02-Jan-2017 22:56:57

Wahisietel
Oct Gold Premier Club Member 2005

Wahisietel

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IMO, it's incredibly unlikely that Tumeken and Elidinis are actually ascended Falcon/Hippo, since they are never actually depicted as being such. They are either depicted as straight up humans (Statue of Elidinis, Tumeken's Shadow), or humans with animal heads (Tumeken's Dream, Diamond in the Rough tombs). They're a Falcon and a Hippo as much as they are the Sun and the River Elid :P.

Judging by how their children and creations are humanoid, they are likely to be from humanoid races. This would explain why Icthlarin and Amascut became humanoid after ascension - it was inherited from their parents. And why all the minor gods were created as humanoids (Het is literally just a human.)
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

02-Jan-2017 23:13:42 - Last edited on 03-Jan-2017 00:47:22 by Wahisietel

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