Forums

The Unified GOP theory

Quick find code: 341-342-586-65618138

of 5
Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
TL;DR-post N5

The unified GOP theory reconciles the three theories proposed by Wizard Acantha, Wizard Vief and the new theory by Wizard Finix concerning the degradation of the runecrafting altars, and what best way to restore them.

Both
Wizard Acantha
and
Wizard Vief
, opposing leader of the Great Orb Project, are both persuaded in their research that, when the Runecrafting altars are used, some of the energy in the transfer to the rune essence is lost and then manifest as
yellow
or
green
orbs in the surrounding area. These divergent theories remain consistent with wizard Finix’s theory of the degradation of the rune crafting altars, as this release of energy is the leaking energy that condenses in the yellow and green orbs surrounding the altars during a GOP match.

As much of the Runecrafting guild member state that the Lefebv** equation as when used with Wizard Beenay’s Theory of Light (cf. the rambling mumbo-jumbo of Wizard Veif) ; together, the two can be used to show the signature of an external manifestation of runecrafting energy (i.e. we get to see the glowing yellow and green orbs)

Several containment apparatus containing yellow or green orbs are found strewn across the rune crafting guild (the old one – c.f.
sal's old Runecrafting guild
)to further study the orbs and action to one another, without much success.

A worthy mention however that in the basement of the
Wizard Training Arena
, north of al-karid, there are similar containment apparatus with differently featured colored orbs:
blue
and
purple
orbs, similar to those found in the GOP minigame.
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:00:53 - Last edited on 06-May-2015 16:31:52 by Ced Asheron

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
For questing runecrafters out there, Wizard Beenay’s theory of light and colors of orbs should ring a bell…. That’s right…the “examine” text: “the key to the nature of light itself (mourning’s ends part II)* or as others would call it: a color wheel. With green, yellow, blue and purple orbs we would be able to distinguish the orb’s nature so;

Blue smooth orb
+
yellow spiky orb
=
Green smooth orb


But, according to color theory

Purple spiky orb
=
blue smooth orb
+
red_____ orb

But since
purple
, a complimentary color to
green
is also in a containment field, by this conjecture a
red orb
must exist for the existence of a
purple orb
.
Green
and
purple
are complementary, thus opposites. So either green is good, or purple is good.
Now if we assume that the initial rune crafting energy released, as per Wizard Acantha and Vief, when crating runes is the yellow and red orbs that then change by contact with the blue orbs to become the transformed products; being the green and purple orbs. Yellow and green orb are in equal measure, as per the game mechanics. Since we are dealing in unknown quantities of red, blue and purple orbs they are unknown variables; so the initial output and result is:

Y
+(
Y
+
B
)+(
?R
+[
?R
+
?B
])=
G
+
Y
+(
?R
+
?P
)

So simplified without the unknown orb variables it gives:
2Y
B
=
G
Y
, as consistent with an equal output of both as per the game mechanics.
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:01:01 - Last edited on 05-May-2015 22:34:57 by Ced Asheron

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
We can deduce the fallowing conclusions:

1-
Green
is a result of
yellow
and
blue
it is a more stable “molecule”, with a higher energy, so
green
is more energy than
yellow
, if
blue
is equal in energy to
yellow
.

2-the
blue orbs
cant be “environmental orbs” around the altar, but emitted from it since, if there where, the two initial
yellow
would “bond” with them making two
green orbs
- a one sided victory for
Wizard Acantha
.

3-
Green
and
purple
orbs must have opposite function form one another, since they are complementary colors.

4-A
red
and
purple
orbs must exist. The
red
orb must be emitted from the altar and a
red
+
blue
=
purple
must also stay in equal amount (to have a fair game mechanic). Thus:
R
+(
R
+
B
) =
R
+
P
so:

the initial energy output of the altar when rune crafting, including the “unknown orb variables” must be:
Y
+
R
+(
Y
+
B
)+(
R
+
B
)=
Y
R
B
P
simplified as
2Y
2R
2B
=
Y
R
B
P
G
.
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:01:06 - Last edited on 06-May-2015 16:27:52 by Ced Asheron

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
So since yellow and green are the big debate:
green
>
yellow
, as Green returns more energy to the altar than the Yellow alone. But is that good? Wizard Finix’s degradation of the altar seems inconsistent with green>yellow, as the altar have degraded greatly ever since the discovery (update) of runespan. So the GOP must not have restored the altars.

We must consider that the only non-degraded altar is the astral altar, removed from its pocket dimension and maintained by the Moonclan; the original builders of the altars (Cf. Moonclan manual) as they “to this day […] prevent it from falling into ruin”. So the Moonclan maintains the astral altar and has shown no significant degradation, and during GOP we do not go to the astral altar. As well as Wizards at each altar but the astral altar, due to the isolationist policy, are verifying the veracity of Wizard Finix’ thesis, but they are unable to analyze the “health” of the Astral altar.

So the degradtion of altars is either caused by an
inbalance in the runic energies
or
purple
>
green
, and we have been doing this wrong the whole time-without the knowledge of the
red
,
blue
and
purple
orbs.

I would propose that the returning of an unequal amount of initial orbs (
Y
+[
y
+
b
]=
Y
G
) only addresses in fulfilling half the requirement to preserve the altars, as
purple
and
red
must also be returned to the altar to restore the initial energy output to restore balance to the Force altars.
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:01:12 - Last edited on 05-May-2015 22:50:16 by Ced Asheron

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
TL;DR- abridged version:
Post 1: Background lore about the three theories of Wizard Acantha, Vief and Finix, and the existence of blue smooth orb and purple spiky orbs in the wizard training arena

Post 2: Wizard Bennay theory of light and the color wheel extrapolation to get another type of orb: the red orb. Initial algorithms on quantity of initial runic energies released (ignoring unknown variables)

Post 3: Concluding results and final calculation including the unknown variable to make the
Asheron principle
. this principle states that the initial output of runic energy is equal in all three colors/forms and condenses fo create an additional two secondary opposing orbs; the purple and green.

Post 4: possibility of an alternate GOP mini-game with new orbs to address the degradation of the rune crafting altars, based on the findings (no suggestion on the mini-game)
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:19:16 - Last edited on 06-May-2015 16:30:53 by Ced Asheron

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
Svigris said:
Interesting read but I don't think color theory relates to arcane theory.

I though so too at first, but Wizard in the runecrafting guild seems adamant on Wizard Beenay' theory of light and the levebv** equation.

Id suggest trying to understand what wizard Vief is trying to say in all his heavy theories, and the color theory seems the best possible explanation to it.

edit: grammar mistakes
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 22:41:53 - Last edited on 05-May-2015 22:43:20 by Ced Asheron

Last Prophet

Last Prophet

Posts: 3,423Adamant Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
Svigris said:
Interesting read but I don't think color theory relates to arcane theory.


I happen to think that color could be indicative of a number of magical properties, at least when it comes to RuneScape magical theory. What are they, after all, but the human perception of certain wavelengths of light?
+
Athonen Lucrendis
+

~Creator of
Ikadia the Exile

&
Saradomin's
last prophet
~

05-May-2015 22:54:15 - Last edited on 05-May-2015 22:54:35 by Last Prophet

Ced Asheron
Jan Member 2018

Ced Asheron

Posts: 420Silver Posts by user Forum Profile RuneMetrics Profile
Last Prophet said:
Svigris said:
Interesting read but I don't think color theory relates to arcane theory.


I happen to think that color could be indicative of a number of magical properties, at least when it comes to RuneScape magical theory. What are they, after all, but the human perception of certain wavelengths of light?


i did not tend to speculate on magical properties, and relied more on logical algorithms. but you may be onto something there. not sure what the primal runic energies' property would be but i would need more lore to deduce that- but Vief did mention elemental energies....

although the biggest hole i could have in my theory would be the removal of the arcane devices we could operate containing the yellow and green orb on 28 nov 2012. But they are similar to those found in the Wizard Training Arena
Ced Asheron : Avid
Lorehound
, Scryer extraordinaire,,and
the distracted
all-round d&d lover

05-May-2015 23:21:25

Quick find code: 341-342-586-65618138Back to Top