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Wahisietel

Wahisietel

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I'd also love to hear more about Guthix's relationship with Brassica Prime, Icthlarin, Marimbo, and V. We know that he didn't forcibly banish them when he established the edicts - he merely asked the latter two to leave. Icthlarin even refers to Guthix as his friend in Nomad's Elegy.

Memories establishing how Guthix chose his guardians is a must-have, IMO. The Roots in the Community lore story went into a bit, but left things pretty vague. Speaking of which, a memory about Harold becoming Gielinor's psychopomp would also be nice, we don't really have any information about that besides the windows in his office.
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

09-Nov-2016 13:57:08

Wahisietel

Wahisietel

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Hazeel said:

-I think the fact that every other ascended God used melee and had a rod to connect them to their slain God is important. This would explain why Zamorak, an established mage, went out of his way to use the staff as a melee weapon.


We know that Zamorak was a warrior before he ascended, he favoured melee, which is probably why he wanted to stab Zaros with it.
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

10-Nov-2016 16:01:51

Wahisietel

Wahisietel

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Why not both?

Zamorak was actually a Mahjarrat who preferred using melee armour and weaponry, but used magical melee when the situation called for it.



Khazard's father confirmed
You never were our brightest star, Khazard. 'Vermin slaughtered like lambs'? What does that even mean?

12-Nov-2016 09:01:37

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