Sliske's master is... Oreb?

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HA! So Sliske is scared of Death? He must have been having second thoughts in Missing Presumed Death!

It is to be honest, a rational fear, especially as he IS a Mahjarrat, but seriously, with all this Soul knowledge, and with apparently A FRACTION OF OUR SOUL in his hands, he shouldn't be that scared if he knows how to transfer souls to get an afterlife, we probably even found his Mahjarrat Forehead-Gemstone in Kindred Spirits inside an orrey, which shows us a memory, which other mahjarrat gems are known to do.

So by removing his gemstone, he fails to be a true mahjarrat, in the race to get a soul. Quite sad actually. He only needs us to help him in a way... Just in a more evil way because he is desperate, and with us knowing this, he fears that we are on to him ,so he tries to kill us, so he can get his full prize then...

Is this Sliske's sad story?

A Mahjarrat who is deathly scared of death is so desperate that he tries again and again to get our help in his own way, possibly because that is all he knows how to, eventually taking a fraction of our soul and trying to kill us in desperation after he finds out what he needed us for... He obviously couldn't have us know his plans, we would clearly refuse, making sliske hopeless, why our soul? Because our soul has Guthix's Blessings on it. AND Zaros' "protection" (whatever he meant by that", he needs somebody to help him, because on the inside, he is as alone as the shadow realm, perfect, a cripplingly alone person, for an alone realm...

26-Nov-2016 21:00:14

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Well I think that Sliske may be a little more ambitious than simply wanting to avoid ceasing to exist when finally dead, and meet his rest in the afterlife in its place, with a regular soul.

To me he is planning something far grander: he wants access to the afterlife so he may be able to manipulate, to take all for himself that infinite number of souls ripe for the taking!

He must need our soul due to our deeper connection to the Anima Mundi itself (and all the souls within it) - since Guthix probably made our world-guardian powers the same way he said to have done the Edicts: empowering such spells to the world's anima as a whole.

26-Nov-2016 23:16:45

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I just want to say it would be remarkably disappointing if it were Oreb. Some guy we only this past May learned of and is always behind the scenes. He was bested with ease by Nomad who had yet to ascend to the title of most powerful mortal. I just dont see Oreb as a great villian. Plus Mod Wilson said Sliskes master carried far more weight than Xau-tak and unless I missed something Oreb isnt more than a magistar who got beat up/killed by young nomad. Not sure how thats more important than Xau. Anywho, ill also say, he as sliskes master also makes the most sense unfortunately. I have seen the dark universe yawning, where the black planets roll without aim;
Where they roll in their horror unheeded, without knowledge or lustre or name.

28-Nov-2016 18:24:47

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