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Voraiya

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I missed everything.

The maze was so...such a pain in my ass. I had to make the map size bigger for me so I can see where I was going in the map. When I got to death...I forgot my map size was so huge...I tried to minimize it but I end up mis-clicking and it skip the whole scene.

26-Dec-2016 03:01:20

Bloodcount

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If I may, I would like to give you the scenarios that played through my mind as I read each of these quotes. I know that I have very little on which to go, but they are how I see these things happening.

Icthlarin:
I haven’t gotten this one…yet.

Armadyl:

Armadyl thinks to himself, “I have been a fool too often.” He has been tricked into forgoing his values too many times; he has allied himself with the sultry creatures that stand against everything for which he stands. Now, the only thing that eases the pain from his mind is soaring on the wind.
Though immortal, he is not invulnerable. His stamina is finite, and he cannot stay in flight forever. He grows ever weary, his wings becoming increasingly heavy with each turn. He needs a few more moments to himself. He fights the fatigue for a longer time than he had ever previously.
At long last, he passes from consciousness. He tiredly opens his eyes one last time as the ground draws closer.

Zaros:

Zaros has reached it at last. His ascension is finally at hand. Such a power source is nothing if not fleeting. He needs time to consider what is happening, but no, he's waited long enough as it is. He's always planned, he's always allowed himself to look at all possibilities, and where has it gotten him? Zamorak banished him, Seren stood against him, and now Jas has insulted him.

His chance is now, and if he stalls, it may never come his way again; for once, he allows himself to act on impulse. He begins to siphon the power into his body, slowly at first. A rumble erupts around him, the others draw near, but he must finish the process. He increases the rate of transfer, it pains him (even worse than when Zamorak had banished him), but he continues.

The noise outside grows, and the chamber doors are being belted, but Zaros feels so close. His armor cracks, and slowly blows away as dust. His crystalline form glows with the immense power, the shards begin to grow longer and overtake his form, but then shattering, he

27-Dec-2016 05:11:57

Bloodcount

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begins the process again.

Now he is on the precipice; he is nearing something, although it is foreign to him. Everything in his vision glows; in his mind, he has already ascended. He must be certain! He continues to draw forth the energy. Now, all is of light, he dives over the edge. The light is gone, all is darkness; this is the end, but somehow, his spirit is relieved, no more pressure, no more loneliness. He feels the closeness of his mother and sister.

Zamorak:

Zamorak is at his wits end; the entire military party has been surrounded. These are not one’s co.nventional adversaries. They knew of his plans before his greatest generals had even been told. Now the only thing keeping his forces together is their god, grown in stature, holding the enemy at bay. The cavern walls shake; the enemy forces have them.

Rocks begin to fall; he turns one eye’s gaze to the others—his allies, many, he considers, are his friends. He locks eyes with Moia, his most loyal. She cannot believe the message his gaze conveys silently from her mentor, but she will not disobey an order.

She turns to her allies and calls for the full retreat. They call out to one another, some in disbelief. The mages begin vanishing, the foot soldiers scurry for the holes and crevices, many fall. Moia cannot leave Zamorak behind, he is everything. She stands and adds her attack to his own, though she barely makes any impact on the outcome.

Zamorak snarls at her, “Leave You FOOL!”

“My master!” she calls out, tears streaming from her glowing purple eyes.

The cave breaks apart, the ceiling collapses, and both Zamorak and the foe break off their attack at the last moment.

The dust clears, Moia opens her eyes, and beholds her smashed leg pinned beneath a large stone. Her life-force is drained. Lord Zamorak has redirected his power to hold the debris from crushing them both.

His energy obviously strained, he looks towards his general. She was a fool, she had disregarded his order, and now she

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was in no condition to save herself.

A Mahjarrat curse, too old for even him to understand, escapes his lips. He mutters one final spell, and the half-breed disappears. The rocks continue to fall.
The last thing to ring through his ears is the sudden estranged cry of Moia as she realizes what has happened.

She reappears on the outside, her cry shaking the ledges around her.

Saradomin:

Saradomin is making things right. He has returned to Teragard to find the plane in shambles. The magisters had used their sway and the threat of Saradomin’s divine wrath to grow fat at the expense of the commoners.

The military fights unwaveringly against those who still await the return of their version of Saradomin to bring justice against the magisters. Saradomin lends his powers to those rebels, as he tries to retake the plane from the greater numbers of the “Official” Church.

Warfare lasts for extended periods of time.

Swords clash, day and night pass as light and shadow. Saradomin deigns to give every ounce of himself to helping those who have fought to preserve his teachings. In his final days, he lies in a bed in a recently taken fortress, the cool air of Teragard is strangely comforting to Saradomin, and his daughter sits by his bedside, as the last of his power is given to his followers. Perhaps it will be enough to redeem him for his past crimes.

Seren:

The goddess of the elves is surrounded by her beloved followers. Seren’s final wish is to be with her people. She has stood up to her brother Zaros, and during their confrontation, she was dealt a mortal (interesting term) blow.

The attack has fractured her body. The damaged pieces do not contain her mind, although they do contain her light, her power. And these pieces will sustain her people as they slowly ween off of her influence. While the Elves sing their beautiful requiem songs for their loss,

Seren accepts her fate, glad that her elves will not suffer when she is gone.
Perhaps those whom she

27-Dec-2016 05:16:27

HeroicSnorro
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Hasma Dee said:


Icthlarin: "Poor Icthlarin, I feared looking into his future… His end is painful. The rending of teeth, the taste of blood. He dies fearing for others, and that is what truly kills him. Though it breaks my oath, I will never let that happen. I can’t let him feel that kind of pain. "
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I don't know if this has been said before, but this sounds Devourer-esque. Will Ichtlarin suffer from the same insanity as Amascut as he succumbs to her devourers? And how will Death try to prevent this from happening? I'm most curious about Ichtlarin's possible death, actually.

-=HeroicSnorro=-
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27-Dec-2016 05:32:02 - Last edited on 27-Dec-2016 05:32:28 by HeroicSnorro

DementedGaz
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wait a second... i dont know if anyone has mentioned this, but maybe khazard kills saradomin? i mean it was state that the youngest of the mahjarrat will have the most potential. since its confirmed khazard is the youngest mahjarrat (moia dont count shes a half-breed) unless jagex decides to bring an already alive mahjarrat into the fold. plus khazard is kinda know for being the only real melee fighting mahjarrat. so perhaps khazard stabs and kills saradomin in the future? i mean, it could be something like saradomin caused the cave in so zamorak dies saving khazard and khazard (possibly a god at that point) finally kills saradomin in revenge for his father and officially takes his place as leader of the zamorakians.

edit: also fits the light and shadow part, as khazard also can somewhat access the shadow realm and saradomin i think its at least somewhat fair to say thinks of himself as light/righteousness.

27-Dec-2016 08:39:14 - Last edited on 27-Dec-2016 08:41:28 by DementedGaz

ZAmorakZaros
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DementedGaz said:
wait a second... i dont know if anyone has mentioned this, but maybe khazard kills saradomin? i mean it was state that the youngest of the mahjarrat will have the most potential. since its confirmed khazard is the youngest mahjarrat (moia dont count shes a half-breed) unless jagex decides to bring an already alive mahjarrat into the fold. plus khazard is kinda know for being the only real melee fighting mahjarrat. so perhaps khazard stabs and kills saradomin in the future? i mean, it could be something like saradomin caused the cave in so zamorak dies saving khazard and khazard (possibly a god at that point) finally kills saradomin in revenge for his father and officially takes his place as leader of the zamorakians.

edit: also fits the light and shadow part, as khazard also can somewhat access the shadow realm and saradomin i think its at least somewhat fair to say thinks of himself as light/righteousness.

Well we only know two and a half living melee mahjarrat. And one of them is a god. It may be Khazard.
NO
I do not ship ZamorakxZaros.
I follow them. And Marimbo, the best t5 god.

27-Dec-2016 13:10:37

Half Centaur
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Armadyl: "I feel the lightness of my being, soaring perhaps, and then a fall. I let the ground take me. But this is not a sad moment, I am full of pride."

I do not understand at all how a fall would kill a god.

I'm hoping a pet theory of mine is right, and Armadyl somehow finds a way to return to mortality. Perhaps also freeing his soul of the inability to go on to the afterlife.
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28-Dec-2016 05:20:50

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