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AesirWarrior

AesirWarrior

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Yu'Biusk and Gielinor are not the only worlds Bandos has visited. V claims that he decimated entire worlds in his lifetime.

And that's not even counting the evil gods and the worlds they ruin! The desolation of Tuska. The battlefields of Bandos. The fire-wastes of the Queen of Ashes. The corpse oceans of Xau-Tak. Every time I see one of these broken worlds, I remember why it was agreed with Guthix. Gods and their wars are something to be rejected.

The orks from Fairy Tale pt.3 are most likely what remains of his forces on one of those worlds.
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

14-Dec-2016 18:52:23

AesirWarrior

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Zack3 said:
If that is the case, why does Zarador act as if ourgs are near extinct and orks in process of extinction? so many of the bandosian races long extinct in Gielinor still has the possibility of still existing in other worlds, so why didn't bandos brought some of them from the other worlds in batb?, I mean he could have brought an army of ourgs for example who are supposedly Bandos masterpiece, or fayrgs, or raurgs; so many possibilities and jagex probably wont explore them.....


Neither Bandos nor Zarador are omniscient. They wouldn't know if there are any others out there. Would Bandos really waste time searching long-abandoned battlefields in the hope that some of his troops miraculously survived?
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

14-Dec-2016 20:06:48

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