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As much as I hate the idea of an "almighty" god being a part of such a satirical storyline, some of this does makes sense.

Also, I wouldn't consider him being a tier 2 god. A lot of things can manipulate anima. The lunar people can rip anima out of the air for magic. Davosi, a skilled diviner, could harvest anima out of the environment and the Wushanko seacreatures easily. Which reminds me, there are anomalies going on in the Wushanko Isles. Phenomenoms such as the anima barriers surrounding the isles and the cave where seacreatures are spontaneously born. Could they have any connection with Xau-Tak? It is on water. I would love to see a pirate vs. ninja warfare.
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31-Oct-2015 12:48:21

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TsarBlyatnum said:
Knowing Xau-Tak has already visited and conquered multiple worlds, does that make the Ambassador some sort of scout, seeking out new planets? Could there be more than one patrolling the oceans?

It is only concept art at this point, but if this reaper-like sea creature, with a mouth to outer space, is simply a minion, it only adds to how monstrous Xau-Tak in comparison could be.

Saying that, we don't see many bosses require quests to access these days. Araxxor and The Heart haven't even got journals yet. This is the chance to add more 'Tales' though, which can be more enticing than reading a few paragraphs if done right.


From the little notes on the concept art, he's actually a squid monk. I guess that makes him sort of like the Pontifex of Xau-Takian religion.
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21-Sep-2016 06:02:33

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