Zamorakianism = freedom
I hear this association a lot from the Zamorakian playerbase (and by a lot, I mean annoyingly A LOT), and I want to know what thought process led them to come up to this conclusion.
Most Zamorakian players I see in-game believe Zamorak should take the throne of Gielinor, as by doing so, the world will be free from oppression and tyranny. Freedom for all. Freedom from "evil" Saradominist/Armadylean hypocrisy, freedom from slavery, and to live by your own rules. All this wonderful stuff.
What they are wishing for is anarchy, and what Zamorakians should know is that anarchy does NOT equate to freedom. Anarchy means the absence of a government, but people can still suppress others. Zamorakian players I see think envision a world where they will be able to run around without clothes on, to not have to pay taxes, to be able to live without judgment or criticism.
Why do people think this? Misinterpretation? Delusion? Naivety?
To think Zamorak represents a world of "true freedom" is bind-boggling. His game is about destruction and chaos!
If Zamorak does ascend to power, the world will get dark. Everyday will be a fight for survival. Wyd zamorakians? I worship Mah, for she is mah homegirl! The correct adjective for Mah's followers are: Mahomies, Mah-homeboys, or Mah-homegirls.
25-Jun-2016 08:46:22 - Last edited on 25-Jun-2016 09:05:32 by iXavior