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Lord Valzin
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The Light Within is definitely the top for me. I knew that I had been suggested to make Seren "whole", but the dark shard contained essence that was both maniacal and obsessed with death. Everybody has flaws, but after thinking about it for a while, I decided not to include it. I still wonder what effects that decision ultimately has, and I am of the belief that Children of Mah will help shed some light on this.

The next one was One of a Kind where we had to decide Hannibus' fate. It was so hard, having to choose between helping his race or ending his suffering. Ultimately, I felt that he shouldn't have to bear even more.
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31-Oct-2016 23:02:07

Ancient Drew
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^ I did the same for Hannibus too, I thought he went through enough.

Another choice I thought of in The Light Within (a while after completing it) was deciding to tell Seren about Zaros being there or not. Did Zaros want us to tell her after all, but then changed his mind later?

"Tell her...no, tell her nothing of this."


Did his heart say that you should tell her, but his head said no due to their addiction to each other? Would Seren try to seek him out? In the end, I just chose "Who's Zaros?" because I wanted to learn more about him, from the one who I thought would know him better than anyone including Azzanadra. His own sister.
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31-Oct-2016 23:10:18

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Rondstat said:
Korasi or Jessika. I spent so long, just trying to figure out some way to circumvent that decision. Because of that, my adventurer did not hesitate for a moment to send Grayzag to be tortured. I think it's still probably one of Rondstat's biggest regrets.
that would be mine too

don't regret having him tortured. regret letting the black knights kill him. should have tortured him forever... with some help from the occultist

y'know, it's fine to be a terrible person, kill people, whatever... just don't kill anyone I care about or mess with my life in any way and it will all be fine. i'll still kill you for fun, but i wont torture you forever because i'd get so bored of it
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01-Nov-2016 00:16:17

Ancient Drew
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I killed Nomad and let Icthlarin finish off Gielinor. If Harold did it and scored points in the Endgame, it puts our only means of severing souls from the dead, and one of the most vital Guardians of Guthix, at risk. It also gives the other gods no reason to attack Death if Icthlarin does it, and it could make them think twice about killing Icthlarin for easy points.

Someone also put out a theory that Icthlarin may go up a tier, or at least gain some power, after killing Gielinor. This would give him more of a fighting chance to defend himself, an edge over Amascut, and more stamina to go rounding up souls. Then again, it was also implied that Sliske was trying to punish Icthlarin over the other gods too. So I'm regretting putting him in possible danger at the same time.
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01-Nov-2016 13:54:26

Lego Miester
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Rondstat said:
Korasi or Jessika. I spent so long, just trying to figure out some way to circumvent that decision. Because of that, my adventurer did not hesitate for a moment to send Grayzag to be tortured. I think it's still probably one of Rondstat's biggest regrets.


Is it weird I wound up choosing torture also, not because I was angry at Grayzag (though I was, and knew he needed something that'd kill him) but because I felt so much pity for poor Daquarius? I still remember all the other guys laughing at him getting a mining level chipping away with that bronze pick. I threw that guy a bone, and wound up with the neutral void because of it. :@
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02-Nov-2016 05:12:46

A Mad Hatter
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The hardest choice for me had to have been the very last scene of Salt in the Wound. Yeah, the rest of the quest sucked, and the choice really isn't that meaningful in the greater scheme of things...but unlike even most Sixth Age/some Fifth Age choices where I could at least justify a majority of my decisions with 'I thought it was the right thing to do at the time', there was no 'right' answer to that one. At all.

Seriously. When stuck between telling a white lie to a kid trapped in an ancient body so they can die innocent, or telling them the truth so they could at least have some kind of knowledge about what happened before they kick the bucket...I might have some strange standards when it comes to dark/horror stuff like that, but even by them that choice was just screwed up no matter how I looked at it. O_o
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05-Nov-2016 03:54:18

Ancient Drew
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@ A Mad Hatter

I know the feeling. I told her the truth and regretted it ever since. The only thing I really wanted to do was hug her and say "Everything's gonna be OK sweetie. I'll be your new daddy." I mean the Jungle Book is all about that sort of thing; anyone who goes through that should have the right to find someone and call them a family.
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05-Nov-2016 12:02:22

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