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Adventurerrr
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Cinderlynn said:
Vekon said:
For anyone confused:

The Elder Mirror is able to channel energy, copy it, and redirect it. Using "The Echo", which is basically the connection to The Catalyst that the Dragonkin have, Kerapac used the Mirror to take a lot of available anima energy (given their location in The Heart), funneled it through the Mirror and redirected it through his own connection to the Stone, (which was rather painful given the screaming) and overloaded the Stone.
I'm confused for another reason! How did kerapac get the elder mirror! Last we saw it was in the possession of the necrosyrtes in the dragonkin vault! Somehow I don't think those guys would give them the mirror willingly so does that mean the kerapac and the other dactyls killed those guys? Also with the removal of the curse will kerapac keep his promise if we put hannibus in stasis to try to help ilujanka?


For the Mirror's question. They may hate each other, but I am sure an agreement with one another would still allow this sort of situation to happen. I doubt they killed them off (even though last time we saw the two sides together they fought, so maybe they did?) Over all Kerapac most likely gave his idea to the dragonkins, which allowed him and several others to hold the mirror and continue to the game. And destroy the stone
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30-Dec-2016 14:46:12

Cinderlynn
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Adventurerrr said:
Cinderlynn said:
Vekon said:
For anyone confused:

The Elder Mirror is able to channel energy, copy it, and redirect it. Using "The Echo", which is basically the connection to The Catalyst that the Dragonkin have, Kerapac used the Mirror to take a lot of available anima energy (given their location in The Heart), funneled it through the Mirror and redirected it through his own connection to the Stone, (which was rather painful given the screaming) and overloaded the Stone.
I'm confused for another reason! How did kerapac get the elder mirror! Last we saw it was in the possession of the necrosyrtes in the dragonkin vault! Somehow I don't think those guys would give them the mirror willingly so does that mean the kerapac and the other dactyls killed those guys? Also with the removal of the curse will kerapac keep his promise if we put hannibus in stasis to try to help ilujanka?


For the Mirror's question. They may hate each other, but I am sure an agreement with one another would still allow this sort of situation to happen. I doubt they killed them off (even though last time we saw the two sides together they fought, so maybe they did?) Over all Kerapac most likely gave his idea to the dragonkins, which allowed him and several others to hold the mirror and continue to the game. And destroy the stone
All very good points thanks! Any thoughts on the hannibus situation?

31-Dec-2016 03:00:00

Adventurerrr
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Cinderlynn said:
Adventurerrr said:
Cinderlynn said:
Vekon said:
For anyone confused:

The Elder Mirror is able to channel energy, copy it, and redirect it. Using "The Echo", which is basically the connection to The Catalyst that the Dragonkin have, Kerapac used the Mirror to take a lot of available anima energy (given their location in The Heart), funneled it through the Mirror and redirected it through his own connection to the Stone, (which was rather painful given the screaming) and overloaded the Stone.
I'm confused for another reason! How did kerapac get the elder mirror! Last we saw it was in the possession of the necrosyrtes in the dragonkin vault! Somehow I don't think those guys would give them the mirror willingly so does that mean the kerapac and the other dactyls killed those guys? Also with the removal of the curse will kerapac keep his promise if we put hannibus in stasis to try to help ilujanka?


For the Mirror's question. They may hate each other, but I am sure an agreement with one another would still allow this sort of situation to happen. I doubt they killed them off (even though last time we saw the two sides together they fought, so maybe they did?) Over all Kerapac most likely gave his idea to the dragonkins, which allowed him and several others to hold the mirror and continue to the game. And destroy the stone
All very good points thanks! Any thoughts on the hannibus situation?


I allowed him to leave, so that never crossed my mind. But knowing it's been 2 years, eitehr he solved something, or he will still experiment on Hannibus, because after all he is a scientist with weird ideas.
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31-Dec-2016 12:29:26

Cinderlynn
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Adventurerrr said:
Cinderlynn said:
Adventurerrr said:
Cinderlynn said:
Vekon said:
For anyone confused:

The Elder Mirror is able to channel energy, copy it, and redirect it. Using "The Echo", which is basically the connection to The Catalyst that the Dragonkin have, Kerapac used the Mirror to take a lot of available anima energy (given their location in The Heart), funneled it through the Mirror and redirected it through his own connection to the Stone, (which was rather painful given the screaming) and overloaded the Stone.
I'm confused for another reason! How did kerapac get the elder mirror! Last we saw it was in the possession of the necrosyrtes in the dragonkin vault! Somehow I don't think those guys would give them the mirror willingly so does that mean the kerapac and the other dactyls killed those guys? Also with the removal of the curse will kerapac keep his promise if we put hannibus in stasis to try to help ilujanka?


For the Mirror's question. They may hate each other, but I am sure an agreement with one another would still allow this sort of situation to happen. I doubt they killed them off (even though last time we saw the two sides together they fought, so maybe they did?) Over all Kerapac most likely gave his idea to the dragonkins, which allowed him and several others to hold the mirror and continue to the game. And destroy the stone
All very good points thanks! Any thoughts on the hannibus situation?


I allowed him to leave, so that never crossed my mind. But knowing it's been 2 years, eitehr he solved something, or he will still experiment on Hannibus, because after all he is a scientist with weird ideas.
thanks I hope your right!

31-Dec-2016 16:36:18

Adventurerrr
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I know this is late and old, hopefully people read it. But this is how I think the overall outcome would be as it has been weeks, and spoiler alert is no longer needed (plus everyone seem to agree to what should be known.) So here's the list:

1. Knowledge of Zaros return would be known to the world entirely now since Zamorak, Saradomin and Armadyl had gathered a good number of their followers to join them in the game, slow information to travel, but enough to be known over time.

2. The starting place of the Endgame would also be known, as well as the dungeon in the heart that was turned into a maze.

3. The Stone's destruction, as for the winner would be unknown, the followers of the gods can spread rumors that their gods won it, or the world guardian won it. Overall no official winner would be known, only that the dragonkin had destroyed, either because of jealousy, or whatever reason the followers would think

4. Sliske's death would also be known by the hands of the World Guardian. (Although like Guthix's death the gods' followers would most likely spread rumors that their god, or their faction warrior killed Sliske)

5. Not 100% known to the world, but rumors would most likely spread that the World Guardian had met Jas the elder god. (Maybe or not depends on the people)

6. All of Sliske's wights/undead are free from his control but are still wights/undead.

7. His "death" Is kept a secret, only his emissary knows off it, and depends on what Sliske told her, she either spread the word to other Sliskean she trust, or kept it to herself.
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31-Dec-2016 17:23:10

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