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AttilaSquare

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a brief thought:

I've been thinking a lot in the last few months about the destruction of the body altar at the hands of Gunnar, and of the subsequent recession of the runecrafting altars. Given that he is responsible for one of the most significant events in Gielinor's recent political history - not to mention his inadvertent contributions to planar theory and transformation of runecrafting - I think he deserves an impressive title.

I propose
"the hieronoclast"
- Greek for "temple-breaker" and resonant with "iconoclast" and all its analogous history.

peace,
Attila Square

16-Mar-2017 00:40:18 - Last edited on 16-Mar-2017 00:42:16 by AttilaSquare

Hguoh
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What is a title other than what one chooses to call another?

If you desire to call Gunnar 'the hiernoclast,' feel free too. Not too sure a barbarian would appreciate a Greek title (especially since Greece is apparently mostly associated with Saradomin and Saradominism). Perhaps something more Nordic (or just call Gunnar, the barbarian who smashed the altars).

16-Mar-2017 01:31:12

ZAmorakZaros
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Hguoh said:
What is a title other than what one chooses to call another?

If you desire to call Gunnar 'the hiernoclast,' feel free too. Not too sure a barbarian would appreciate a Greek title (especially since Greece is apparently mostly associated with Saradomin and Saradominism). Perhaps something more Nordic (or just call Gunnar, the barbarian who smashed the altars).

Tempeljagare?

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16-Mar-2017 08:18:37

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