Hguohsaid: As Cthris is keen to point out, Freneskae existed in the previous revision of the universe. As we know from the existence of the Dragonkin, mortal life did exist in the previous cycle, so it is entirely plausible that a sentient being with a soul did die on Freneskae and became its Death.Ah, I see. Well in that case, either there's a really bored Death hanging out there somewhere, or I would hypothesize that a dead world like Freneskae simply can't generate an afterlife or a Death to go with it. No anima = no afterlife/Death?Patrolling Lore FC almost makes you wish for a Great Revision.
Rifleavengersaid: Or whatever afterlife there was got eaten along with the rest of the planet? I am wrong about this? I always assumed the Elder Gods ate their way through the anima of the perfect world as they incubated/were born.No, I'm fairly certain the Elders eat all the anima more or less at once when they wake up. Otherwise we would've been noticing a gradual decrease in anima throughout Gielinor's ages... of course, would we even be capable of noticing that? I dunno.
But that's what I meant; whatever Death or afterlife Freneskae had were destroyed when the Elders ate all of its anima.Patrolling Lore FC almost makes you wish for a Great Revision.
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Hguohsaid: That assumes that this particular Death became Death prior to the Elder Gods eating the plane's anima, that a plane must possess Anima to have an afterlife and Death, and that a Death cannot persist after the destruction of their afterlife.Hence why I used the word "hypothesize".Patrolling Lore FC almost makes you wish for a Great Revision.