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Kittyphantom

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CD_Paladin_C said:
3)This is more evidence that Elidinis is the Queen of Ashes. Within the past year or 2 jagex said that they had plans for her and didn't want her to be someone who disappeared in morning due to her husband's death. With Tumeken being the sun god that could easily lead to a fire comparision, but where does this nihil fit in. How many people know about Freneskae? Zaros, Zamorak, the Mahjarrat, Seren, and wait for it....Amascut and Icthlarin. Either of the last 2 could've easily have told Elidinis of Freneskae specifically Amascut's run in with Mah. Long after Tumeken's and Zaros's death and after she took up the mantle as the Queen of Ashes, I could see her going to Freneskae to investigate it and finding the Nihil.


I do like the idea, very much. Mod Osborne did say he didn't want to introduce too many new gods, so as not to cheapen the specialness of the gods.

It would also be more satisfying for it to be an established character rather than just a new god introduced out of nowhere 15 years into the game's existence.
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08-Nov-2016 00:52:05 - Last edited on 08-Nov-2016 00:52:22 by Kittyphantom

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Cthris said:
Kemtros said:
Bilrach's letter was interesting for what we learned about Temekel. Actually, come to think of it, Temekel's only other mention was in Bilrach's memory.


Interesting point to raise :D

Are you suggesting Bilrach has a bit of a man-crush on Temekel? Re-reading his letter Bilrach does seem to depict Bilrach fawning over the guy lol. "something something Temekel could crush him with just his mind".


Or perhaps, the fact that only one person, one person who did later demonstrate mental instability, writes of this "Temekel"... One person who has come into contact with the reality warping powers of multiple gods (Tumeken, Zamorak)...

...Perhaps that suggests something else entirely.
"You have heard that it was said, 'You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you[...]For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have?

08-Nov-2016 22:39:18

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